In an up rise of fresh, healthy dining spots to divulge guilt free(ish), Lebanese food has stood high amongst the crowd and has quickly become one of my favourite cuisines. So I was keen to discover Comptoir Libanais’ secret to success; a vibrant restaurant-cafe claiming to bring “the glamour…
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With 11 thriving sites across Greater London, Comptoir Libanais are renowned for their wholesome, vibrant Lebanese dishes. Now it’s Manchester’s time to join in the fun, with the company opening their first restaurant out of the capital in Spinningfields.
Setting out to “put the glamour into Middle Eastern cuisine”, Comptoir is for casual, all-day dining. Swing by at breakfast for fresh granola, yoghurts and pastries, head in later for a fix of mezze or Mana’esh (Lebanese flat breads), and enjoy wines and classic cocktails along the way.
A casual, easy-going dining spot made for date night get-togethers and catch ups with your mates, expect a decor scattered with images of the famous Arabic actress Sirine Jamal al Din.
- Happily Affordable
- No door charge
- 18 for alcohol, no limit for restaurant.
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Comptoir Libanais, 3, Hardman Street, M3 3HF