Now that we're heading into winter, get ready for the comeback of more outdoor activities and dining options. One foodie destination to check out is Tasty Street at Katara Cultural Village!
Located beside Al Gannas Society headquarters along Shakespeare Street (in front of Qatar Music Academy), Tasty Street takes up three short streets lined with food stalls where people can order drive-thru or "walk-thru".
If you're coming after dark, you won't miss Tasty Street, as there's a brightly lit sign welcoming you. Lining up the street leading to the stalls are these glowing LED lights that look like wheat stalks.
The stalls are open from 3 pm to 12 am and can get quite busy on weekends. Most stalls don't open early during the weekdays, so it's best to drive by around 4 pm onwards if you want more options.
Tasty Street is open to everyone, whether you have a car or not. However, it is important to note that there are no seating areas or tables for outdoor dining.
Guests may drive or walk thru the stalls until they find a food stall they like, have their orders taken, and then drive or walk around again after receiving their orders.
Tasty Street lights up at night with stunning light installations, from fields of twinkling wheat stalks and glowing roses, neon signs, and lanterns. You may also notice that almost every stall has some sort of neon art on its side, which are great for taking an awesome shot of the food you are about to eat!
Look for the neon wall in the middle of Tasty Street, between the lanes of food stalls! It features a colourful variety of neon signs and art on a large wall, offering guests a great backdrop for cool photos.
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Originally written by Darlene Madrid. Updated by Cassandra Pallagud.
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