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Comptoir leverages menu as it resists getting drawn into discounting fire-fight

Comptoir leverages menu as it resists getting drawn into discounting fire-fight

A double-digit rise in half-year revenue at Comptoir Group has vindicated the chain’s decision to dig its heels in and avoid the high volume of discounting it claims is rife across the restaurant sector. The company, which numbers just shy of 30 stores in the UK, said it has ploughed its energy into new menu

EXCLUSIVE: You’re doomed if equipment and menu aren’t aligned, insists Comptoir founder

Industry entrepreneur and founder of Comptoir Libanais, Tony Kitous, says that honing the chain’s kitchens as the business has expanded to more than 30 sites has been a key factor underpinning its success.   The company, which most recently opened its first site in Birmingham, prides itself on offering food that is fresh, healthy, honest

Comptoir rocked by downturn in restaurant trading

Lebanese restaurant chain Comptoir has spooked investors by revealing the past two months have brought further “difficult trading”, including an unexpected fall in sales and profits at some of its more established sites. The company currently operates 23 restaurants, 10 of which opened in the last eight months, and two franchise locations. Ahead of its

Comptoir Group bumps revenue £4m but cuts openings and warns of tough times

Comptoir Group has reported a 21% increase in its revenue compared to last year but has had to cut back its opening schedule and has warned this could affect financial performance next year. The group, which operates a series of Lebanese and Eastern Mediterranean restaurants, saw a £3.8m rise (to £21.5m) after opening six new restaurants