UK Lebanese Chain Restaurant Launches Plant Based Sharing Menu

UK Lebanese Chain Restaurant Launches Plant Based Sharing Menu


(updated 1st October 2020)

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The new vegan menu will be available from January (Photo: Comptoir Libanais) - Media Credit:

UK chain eatery Comptoir Libanais will be launching a special sharing menu next month to celebrate Veganuary.

The Lebanese and Middle Eastern restaurant, which has branches across London and the UK, will be rolling out a ‘vegan feast’ menu – that is ‘feel good and healthy’.

Diners will be able to share four starters, two mains, and a dessert for a total of £19.95., coming up at less than £10 each.


Starters on the new vegan menu will include Beetroot Hummus, a smooth chickpea puree with tahina and beetroot, virgin olive oil, served with pita bread; Falafel served with tahina sauce, Freekeh – smoked green wheat, wild rocket, vine tomato, spring onion, apple vinegar, and mint dressing; Baba Ghanoush, which is smoked aubergine, tahina and lemon juice with pomegranate seeds, served with pita bread.

The sharing continues with mains, which sees a Quinoa and Pumpkin Salad and an Aubergine Tagine – baked baby aubergine in a rich tomato and chickpea sauce.

For dessert, the chain eatery will be offering a Rose Coconut Mouhalabia Milk Pudding – with coconut milk – which is a traditional Lebanese milk pudding flavoured with rose syrup and coconut and topped with toasted pistachios.

According to the restaurant: “Lebanese food lends itself so well to veganism with a lot of the dishes based around fresh vegetables, herbs and chickpeas – with an emphasis on being healthy.”


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