If you're excited about the resumption of dine-in services for restaurants and services, so is the food industry in Qatar. Despite the limitations, there are still food businesses that manage to open. So if you're looking to try a new place or a new cuisine for your next meal or night out, we rounded up some of the new restaurants and coffee shops that have opened in Doha, Qatar. Check out the list below!
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Opened in late March this year, Thalatheen is Ghanim Al Sulaiti, Qatar's young vegan entrepreneur's recent venture. Rooted in Qatari heritage, Thalatheen aims to "bring people from different backgrounds, age groups, and genders together through plant-based food." Thalatheen is the Arabic word for thirty, which is their goal - 30% of the population following a plant-based diet by 2030. The restaurant serves brunch, lunch, and dinner dishes along with sides and a selection of beverages.
Never skip egg day with this new breakfast and brunch spot in Doha! Try their egg-cellent sandwiches in potato buns - Crack Special, Mushroom Truffle, Egg Tomato Salad, Turkey Hashbrown, and Pastrami. Drinks are also available.
Qatar finally has a kopi tiam! But what's a kopi tiam (or kopitiam), you ask? It's a traditional neighborhood coffee shop found in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and other Southeast Asian countries. Kopi is a Malay/Hokkien word for coffee and tiam is Hokkien/Hakka for shop.
Kopi Cup serves iconic dishes such as Kaya toast, Black Sesame toast, Peanut toast, Omurice, and a variety of hot and cold beverages.
Have you tried a Taiyaki Waffle with ice cream? How about Japanese cheese tarts? You'll find both of that as well as other well-known Asian dishes at Cho Cho Mai. Take your pick from Tom Yum, Katsu Curry, Pad Thai, Fried Rice, and Sticky Mango Rice too.
Bilao is a flat circular tray or basket in the Philippines. And true to its name, the restaurant serves sharing meals in a "bilao". They have a variety of "bilao" meals - solo, deal meal, family combo, economy combo, and "barkada" party. You can select from a Fried Bilao, a Mixed Seafood Bilao, or a Mukbang Combo Bilao. Ala carte meals are also available.
Which of these restaurants will you be heading to next? Let us know in the comments!
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