Lately I haven’t been in a writing and sharing mood. I’ve taken a lot of pictures, made a lot of mental notes to write everything down, but I’ve been so busy and forgetful I haven’t been able to do any actual writing. But I don’t want to not remember the good meals I’ve had, and I… Continue reading Rounding up the things I’ve been eating
After a really short walk along the corniche (and I mean really short because I couldn’t handle the heat at all!!! Give me air conditioning or give me death!), lunch at Souq Waqif was decided and Tajine was our target for the day. I’ve eaten there only once before, but it was a hot summer’s… Continue reading Tajine at Souq Waqif – Good Morrocan food
I’m a bit (okay, VERY) late to the Qatar Link Up party, but whatever. The restaurant scene in Doha is growing at such a rapid rate that I really can’t keep up. There are so many new restaurants popping up every other week, and they just keep getting better and better. I haven’t even begun… Continue reading The difficult decision: What’s my favourite restaurant in Doha?
OR the place that made me cry when I first tried their tacos. I first tried Mr. Taco’s taco and horchata (a drink made of rice water with cinnamon) at the Qatar International Food Festival, and have been to their restaurant three times since then. I wasn’t sure about what to order the first time,… Continue reading Mr. Taco: OR my new favourite restaurant in Doha
Recently dropped by Al Khor Mall to do some grocery shopping (have you guys been to the Lulu there? For some reason it feels waaaay better to go shopping there than any other Lulu in Doha!) and discovered the Tasmeem cafe. Now, I’ve seen Tasmeem before. It’s impossible not to notice it at The Mall or Dar… Continue reading Tasmeem Cafe @ Al Khor Mall
I think everyone in Qatar has heard of Al Mourjan at one point during their stay here. It’s situated at the Doha Corniche, a very popular place for the residents, and the view is gorgeous especially at night. They’ve won numerous awards, and like to tell people about it. And the food has a reputation… Continue reading Al Mourjan @ The Corniche
After a great time watching The Reduced Shakespeare Company perform, we wandered around Katara a bit to enjoy the lovely weather. We weren’t planning on eating anything, but then I spotted the lovely garden area outside of Sukar Pasha, a Turkish restaurant. I had never noticed it before, and the place just looked so pretty,… Continue reading A lovely garden view at Sukar Pasha