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Loved the food and the atmosphere.
I had the mixed mezze starter and the chef made it a gluten free version for me. I sometimes feel like a nuisance asking but they couldn't have been more helpful.
I also had a late which was a...More
A group of us went for a birthday celebration. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The atmosphere was warm and relaxed. We started with a shared meze that was tasty and good value. The dishes for the Mains were variable. One salad had fridge...More
I say oasis, because on a Saturday afternoon just before Christmas, it was a genuine oasis of calm and dignity. I have been to the Comptoir Libanais at Gatwick, but was in a hurry - as one is at an airport! - so just had...More
Went to this restaurant through the recommendation of a friend. It was our first time trying Lebanese food although we have tried other types of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. The service was very good. Friendly staff and quick to get our order. The food...More
Me and my mate visited the restaurant on Poland street in London . The food was amazing, they even let u taste bits of it before u even order your meal . Fillip was so friendly and made us feel really welcomed . Definitely would...More
I love lebanese food and it was not hard choice to go back to this restaurant chain. However, the food was only ok this time and the service was lame and nothing to write home about. I don't like dirty glasses, in any restaurant.
I used to visit this restaurant in their different locations and I always get the same amaizing food and service.
The food it's really good with generous portions and multiple options.
Perfect for vegetarians:)
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