Nestled within the bustling residential neighborhood of Al Mansoura is a street lined with eateries of different cuisines.
On this edition of Foodie Street, the ILoveQatar.net (ILQ) team takes you through the foodie gems to check out in the busy Al Mansoura Street!
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Al Mansoura Street is a long stretch of horizontal road that connects Rawdat Al Khail Street on its west to Airport Street on its east. For this guide, we will be taking you through the eateries to be explored from west to east.
Enjoy the comfort of homemade Filipino food at Mangkok Grill Restaurant and indulge in Filipino favourites such as bulalo, kare kare, afritada, and more!
Craving Korean food? Tofu House Restaurant is a local favourite among residents for its dose of bibimbap, Korean fried chicken, bulgogi and more.
Savour the flavours of Sri Lankan cuisine at New Lanka Restaurant! Serving authentic dishes and chai, this eatery is a must-try.
Inihaw Time is popular for its Filipino-style BBQ and fiesta dishes such as pancit, palabok, and more.
Step into a piece of Singapore in Doha at Singaporean Chicken Rice, offering delicious dishes in a cute and unique venue.
Discover Hatay cuisine's tasty and comforting flavours in a vibrant venue at one of the newest eateries on Al Mansoura Street, Alaturca Turkish Restaurant.
Hapag Kainan is a popular restaurant for nearby residents for its delicious Filipino dishes and homey ambience. They also serve a variety of 'kakanin' or rice cakes, baked goods, and traditional desserts.
Indulge in authentic Pakistani street food and delicacies while you take in the festive vibes at Karachi Restaurant.
A new cafe that recently opened is the Boba Chill Cafe, offering a variety of bubble tea drinks, sweets, and an aesthetic venue.
Can't decide if you're craving Thai or Japanese? Why not have both at Siam Sushi Express!
Qtea's menu consists of refreshing drinks and milk teas that can be paired with tasty dishes and snacks from all over the world!
For something quick and satisfying, head to Metro Tea and try their brews and meals!
Another Filipino restaurant to check out on Al Mansoura Street is Maya's Kitchen. Serving Filipino comfort food, try their Ilocos empanada and thank us later!
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