Comptoir Libanais has confirmed it will reopen 11 of its restaurants on 4 July.

As a result of the coronavirus lockdown, the business closed all 30 sites, which include six franchises.

Comptoir reopened its Gloucester Road restaurant for delivery and takeaway two weeks ago.

The group said it has not yet completed a review into which restaurants it may decide never to re-open.

A statement to the Stock Market said: ”The directors are in discussions with all its restaurant landlords about future lease obligations. The directors expect the outcome of these discussions and the support it receives from landlords to influence how many restaurants the company operates going forward.”

Despite its prolonged period of closure, Comptoir Group said it was in a “reasonably healthy cash position,” with minimal bank debt to service during lockdown.

“The last 3 months have been very difficult for everyone, we now hope we can get back to normal life,” said founder Tony Kitous.

“Our entire team is looking forward to seeing you and to welcome you back. We have missed you and serving [you a] delicious Lebanese feast. See you on the 4th July.”

See below for the full list of sites set to reopen.

South Kensington

Westfield London

Westfield Stratford

London Bridge

Duke of York Square, Chelsea

Gloucester Road




Cheshire oaks


Broadgate Circle, Liverpool Street (6 July)