Comptoir Libanais canteen delicatessens bring casual Lebanese dining to London. Enjoy light healthy food with mint tea.
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Venue Details & Map
65 Wigmore Street
- +44 (0)20 7935 1110
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
Comptoir Libanais is perfect for a quick break when you're shopping.
My fiancée and I regularly end up here (either of we've decided to walk from home, via Regents park and Marylebone into town...or if we've been shopping and need a sugar fix before we can face any more time on Oxford street..)
* It's bright and cheerful looking.
* We normally grab tea/coffee (or a frozen "mira" minty ice...more
Judging a book by its cover is never a good approach in life.... but don't be fooled by Le Comptoirs shiny mirrored and glasshouse feel - you are greeted with what sounds like traditional Lebanese music, but after 20 minutes of this, you realise it is a repetitive bunch of Middle Eastern clashes, bings and bangs...
The hunger pangs set in, and my tummy is rumbling - for starter, we opt for...more
Disclaimer: Lebanese food is not my favorite.
I've been here twice now, and both times have left me happy in some ways and annoyed in others. I personally don't intend to go back.
The first time, I went with a bunch of friends, and everyone really enjoyed their food -- including me, to my surprise. I had chicken sambousek, some sort of yummy egg dish, and a to-die-for frozen lemonade on a...more
Quick spot for a casual meal in or takeaway.
Food: 4, Atmosphere: 3, Service: 3
Cost to worth it rating: 4
Return worthiness: yes
Eve award: best babaganoush
-Babaganoush: I order this everywhere I see it and this is the best I've had. Pure eggplant and tahini flavor without extra spices, right amount of oil to maintain a good consistency, and bonus of being topped with...more
At the risk of sounding like I might have synaesthesia, the phrase that immediately sprang to mind when I first walked into Comptoir Libanais was 'cacophony of colour'! I was struck by the vibrancy of colour in the food, the surroundings and even the patrons seemed colourful.
I'm always hampered by the fact that I usually visit after having eaten at nearby Cocoro and am therefore feeling a...more