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Went in for dinner (20:30ish) shown to table for two. Told to use the QR code on the table. Eventually managed to get this to work but only to find they were "not taking orders at this time"!!!
How on earth could someone working (albeit...More
The place and food were superb! The atmosphere was very brilliant and refreshing! The crews Ayman are very dependable and very gentle to their customers! We enjoyed our stay in this restaurant and you should try too!
I have ordered from them a few times, been happy with it many times but I also had many bad experiences as chips not even cooked looked like they just been in oil and then sent away could actually see that it’s raw. And lately...More
I secretly love this place and always seem to be unable to pass by whenever I go to the museums. Lebanese food is always tasty, but the combination of the cheer6 decor and helpful service makes it a quick win
So, what of the question of Le Comptoir serving "authentic Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine"? Well, given the way in which the tagines were presented, including the depth of flavour achieved in all three, and given how impressive the starters were, we'd say pretty darn authentic....More
I have eaten here a few times but was quite disappointed on this occasion.
I ate the Beirut falafel burger with tabbouleh.
The burger was bland and tasteless and the tabbouleh had far too much lemon juice in it, giving it an extremely unpleasant taste....More
Having eaten in this restaurant a couple of times and always being happy with both the food and service, we made a last minute decision to book the garden for my daughter's 18th birthday. Although the garden venue is beautiful and the owner very polite...More