Comptoir Libanais opens in Exeter

Lebanese restaurant group, Comptoir Libanais has just opened a new branch this week in the new Queen Street Dining quarter at Guildhall Exeter.

As the first Comptoir Libanais in the city, this celebrated Lebanese restaurant brings healthy, fresh and affordable Middle-Eastern food to the South West of England in a vibrant and exciting venue right in the heart of the city centre.

Open from 8am to 11.30pm from Monday to Saturday (and until 10.30pm on Sunday), Comptoir Libanais is set in a friendly and inviting atmosphere. Serving a selection of mezze (Lebanese small plates), hearty mains, desserts, home-made lemonades, mint tea and a selection of Lebanese wines.

The new Exeter restaurant is an ideal place for everyone; from leisurely lunches and business meetings, to families and friends looking for a place to relax while enjoying fantastic food that is full of flavour.

The extensive menu lends itself to quick breakfasts, light and healthy lunches or something more satisfying, making it an ideal pit-stop no matter what time of day you happen to pop in. Dishes include: Hommos, Baba Ghanuj, Tabbouleh Salad, Fattoush Salad, Falafel, Lamb Kibbeh, Grilled Halloumi, Lebanese full breakfast, Marinated Grills, Lebanese Lamb Burger, selection of Tagines, hot wraps, large & healthy salads and much more.

Founder Tony Kitous said, “I’m really excited to be opening a new branch of Comptoir Libanais in Exeter’s Queen Street Centre. We just love to share our home style Lebanese food and our generous culture with everyone in the city.

'Since launching the first Comptoir Libanais back in 2008 the response we had from our guests was amazing. They really love and enjoy our fresh, healthy and affordable food and I can’t wait to share our generous food with Exeter community. I really look forward to welcoming our guests into our new Exeter home and celebrating our first opening in the South West.”

To celebrate the arrival in the city, the restaurant is offering 50% off all food when dining from 4pm to 11.30pm, from today until Friday 7 October.