Table booked for 18:30
@ Comptoir Libanais London Bridge, 82 Tooley St, London SE1 2TF
Telephone: 020 3432 0201
London Bridge (Jubilee, Northern, Waterloo & City, Southeastern, Southern, Thameslink): Exit the station and walk down Tooley Street towards Tower Bridge. The restaurant is on your right.
Comptoir Libanais creates delicious, freshly prepared, Lebanese food at our restaurant across London and the UK. Visit for exciting Lebanese, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options. Healthy, Lebanese mezze and colourful décor. Lots of choice for vegetarians and gluten-free lifestyles.
Their main focus with creating a restaurant was to ensure the guests fall in love with the Middle East and its bold flavours and generous hospitality. Their dream is still to make Lebanese food one of the most popular foods because they strongly believe the food of the Middle East is the best in the world, and that is what they serve in Comptoir Libanais everyday to their guests.
Please only RSVP if you're 100% sure of attending, as we can only accommodate 6 people... Don't forget to message me or change your RSVP to not attending, if you are not coming along, in order for those who can attend to be added to the list (I'll provide my phone number). Failure to do so could result in temporary removal from the group. Advance thanks for your understanding!
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