Qatar is a melting pot of cultures, traditions and of course, cuisines! There are plenty of food options besides Qatari and Arabic places here. Some include Azerbaijani, Georgian, Thai, Nepalese, Sri Lankan cuisines and more! One such unique cuisine that you can find here is Sudanese! If you'd like to try the dishes from this part of the world, you have come to the right place!
Sudanese food consists of many yummy gravies, stews and fried meat. The ILoveQatar.net (ILQ) team has compiled a list of Sudanese restaurants you can check out! Happy eating!
Located at Muaither, try dishes like Aseeda (a sweet pudding), Laham Saloona (chicken-based dish), Shaiyah (pan-fried meat), and finish your meal with a satisfying Sudanese tea here!
Try house favourites such as Shrimp Molokhiya, Squid Tagine, Sayadiyah (rice) and other seafood at this much-loved restaurant. Have you been here before?
If you're at Ain Khaled or are passing by, do check out Blue Nile Restaurant and enjoy Sudanese dishes like Fried Fish, Kaware (beef leg soup), Kibda (mutton liver), Laham Ras (goat head stew), Tagalia (mutton stew) and Gahwa (coffee).
Dig into their must-try dishes like Tagalia (mutton stew), Bamya Mafrouka (okra stew), Foul Masala, Rasa Dama (made with chicken), Kibda (liver dish), Shaiyah (pan-fried meat) and more! Which of these delicacies have you tried before?
Savour their fish, mutton stew, known as Kajaik and Tagalia, respectively, and Tamayya (chickpea fritters) at Khartoum Nights Sudanese Restaurant. If you inform them beforehand, they can also prepare specials like Aseeda (a sweet pudding).
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