Lebanese restaurant chain Comptoir Libanais has chosen Ealing Broadway to be the site of its first new restaurant opening in four years.
The restaurant will open at the same location where Gordon Ramsey’s Bread Street Cafe shut down last month without warning and is located next to Wagamama at the Ealing Broadway shopping centre.
Plans are already at an advanced stage for Comptoir to be ready for opening in early October 2023.
The Ealing restaurant will offer all day dining from breakfast through to lunch and dinner and offer both eat in and takeaway options.
As well as a wide range of hot and cold mezze, salads, wraps and grills, the the drinks menu will feature a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails as well as wine from Lebanon.
Tony Kitous, founder of Comptoir Libanais said: “My dream is for Lebanese cuisine and culture to achieve the same popularity as Italian food, and this restaurant in Ealing will continue my passion for both the food and the culture, which I’m eager to share with our valued guests.”
Mr Kitous added: “I’m genuinely thrilled to be building our vibrant brand and look forward to creating an inviting atmosphere at our new restaurant which will provide an authentic setting to savour Middle Eastern hospitality.”
Nick Ayerst, CEO of Comptoir added: “I am delighted to announce the opening of the first restaurant in four years. Ealing is a thriving hub and our new location will serve guests from across West London, as we continue to deliver our well-loved authentic Middle Eastern food and culture.”
Andrew Rollings, centre director at Ealing Broadway said: “It’s fantastic to have the team at Comptoir Libanais join our food and beverage offering here at Ealing Broadway and we can’t wait for diners to experience their authentic Middle Eastern cuisine for themselves.”