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"The capital’s best meze" (Elle)
"We love Comptoir Libanais … not only for its delicious Lebanese fast food but for its stylish surroundings" (Vogue)
"Tony Kitous is central London’s king of Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine" (Restaurant Magazine)
"The new Luxe!" (The Daily Telegraph)
"‘[Lepard] and Kitous have produced a stylish cookbook that tells the secrets of Kitous’s kitchen.
When you know Kitous arrived in Britain at the age of 18 with £70 in his pocket, a love of home cooking and no chef’s training at all, his achievements are truly extraordinary.’" (Rose Prince The Daily Telegraph)
Tony Kitous put glamour into Middle Eastern cuisine at his London restaurants Levant and Kenza. He has now brought Lebanese home style to the high street with Comptoir Libanais.See all Product description
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Unfortunately, the recipes in this book don't seem to produce the same results as the dishes in the restaurant. All the dishes from the restaurant are in here, it's just that they don't seem to make as good a result. I've tried a few now and none of them were particularly good. The baba ganoush is good enough, the hummus okay, the halloumi flatbreads not good at all. One recipe that I did really like was the homemade lemonade.
Recipes are clearly laid out, well written and easy to follow. Photography is nice and the layout of the book is good.
It's not a bad book by any means, and is worth trying if you are interested in Lebanese and Levantine cuisine, but at the same time there are better books out there.