This January Comptoir Libanais are launching a special sharing menu to celebrate Veganuary which contains a variety of vegan dishes.
They are also launching a ‘Dine in for £10’ offer where guests will be able to enjoy a starter, main course and dessert for the wallet friendly price of £10.
The Vegan Feasting Menu:
Perfect for those starting 2018 off to healthy start, the vegan feast is a feel good and healthy menu as well as also being great value – £19.95 for two to share. Guests will be able to share four starters, two mains and a dessert for less than £10 each. Dishes will include Beetroot Hummos – Smooth chickpea puree with tahina and beetroot, virgin olive oil, served with pita bread, Falafel – Chickpea & broad bean pate, coriander, parsley, garlic & peppers, served with tahina sauce, Freekeh – Smoked green wheat, wild rocket, vine tomato, spring onion, apple vinegar & mint dressing and Baba Ghanuj – Smoked aubergine, tahina & lemon juice with pomegranate seeds, served with pita bread for starters.
The sharing continues with the main courses with guests being able to enjoy the delicious Quinoa and Pumpkin Salad – Quinoa, chickpeas, vine tomato, fresh mint, topped roasted pumpkin, apple vinaigrette & pomegranate dressing and Aubergine Tagine – Baked baby
aubergine in a rich tomato & chickpea sauce garnished with mint yoghurt.
For dessert guests will share Rose Coconut Mouhalabia Milk Pudding – A traditional Lebanese milk pudding flavoured with rose syrup and coconut and topped with toasted pistachios.
The wonderful thing about Lebanese food is that it 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.
The Dine In Menu:
For the ‘Dine in for £10’ offer guests will be offered a set menu of Soup of the day served with Lebanese pita croutons and either Chicken Shish Taouk – Grilled marinated chicken breast served with vermicelli rice (or choose couscous or quinoa) or the vegetarian option: Fattet Moussaka – Baked aubergines moussakka, warm tahina, chickpeas & yoghurt sauce topped with crispy pita & crispy onions and the meal is deliciously rounded off with Rose Mouhalabia Milk Pudding – A traditional Lebanese milk pudding flavoured with rose syrup and topped with toasted pistachios.
The vibrant colours and flavours of the Middle East will definitely make January dining as exciting and indulgent as December.
To book guests can book online at www.comptoirlibanais.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org