If you enjoy sweets, you'll enjoy Arabic desserts since they include a little bit of everything. There will undoubtedly be something for everyone, from baklava and Umm Ali to sweet cheese pastry Kunafa. Here are some sweet shops that are a must-v..
Qatar boasts numerous local fast food establishments serving up a range of snacks and quick meals. If you’re seeking delicious, affordable dishes, head to these local institutions. Sabah w Masa This Lebanese joint boasts some of the best ..
Eid al-Adha is a festival celebrated all around the world, but you will only find the best traditional Arabic sweets in the Middle East. Every special occasion must be celebrated with something sweet to eat and for all the sweet tooth people out ther..
The layered pastry made of filo pastry, filled with chopped nuts, and sweetened with syrup or honey – Baklava is a truly enriching dessert. It is one of the most popular desserts in the middle eastern region especially in Iran, Turkey and th..
THE SULTAN’S TENT (Great Room) Revive the traditions of Ramadan & experience the rich flavors, scents, and sounds of the Holy Month at W Doha’s Sultan Tent. Iftar: 265 QAR, till 8:15 PM Sohour: 295 QAR, 9:15 PM till ..
Kunafa or Kunafeh is a mutually agreed dessert to be one of best served in Qatar for its delectable sweetness. The dish is baked from pastry and cheese which is soaked and then filled with pistachios or nuts. The desse..
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