Lebanese eatery Comptoir Libanais has launched its Christmas feasting menu – and it had us at the word feasting!
Diners can add a Middle Eastern flavour to their festive celebrations with three courses designed to reflect the "hospitality and warmth shown in homes across the Middle East".
For £24.95, you can expect to enjoy four mezze-style starters.
Graze on fried aubergines with tahini, stuffed vegan vine leaves, harissa-spiced chicken hummus and pastry parcels filled with minced lamb.
The mains sound delicious, too.
Beautifully presented – like heaven on a plate.
Opt for roasted sea bass, honey and harissa grilled chicken, lamb kofta or a veggie feta and aubergine shakshuka – a spicy slow-cooked concoction with tomatoes, peppers, onion and garlic.
Be sure to save room for dessert – arguably the tastiest course of all. Although how you're going to pick just one from this little lot is beyond us.
The Christmas date pudding offers a Lebanese twist on the festive favourite. It's full of sticky dates and covered in white chocolate.
Or enjoy the chocolate cheesecake, which is served with a zesty orange compote.
There's also a traditional Lebanese rose water milk pudding and an orange and almond cake.
Fans of the eatery have said of the food: "Beautifully presented – like heaven on a plate."
The Christmas feast is available till Christmas Eve. Check the website for your nearest restaurant.
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