Shop Coffee, Tea and CHocolate
Indulge yourself with coffee, tea and chocolate as a festival dedicated for these drinks continues at Al Bidda Park until March 26.
Over 50 exhibitors joined for this year’s edition offering a diverse option of hot and cold beverages. Moreover, pastries, sandwiches, pizza, and crepes, among others can also be purchased at the said park.
On its third day yesterday, a large turnout of people was seen as the start of the weekend began. It is open from 3pm to 11pm.
Japanese, Filipino, Indonesian and Malaysian food stalls are also present at the festival.
Enjoy a selection of sushi (salmon, Italian, avocado) and maki (avocado, shrimp, crab, salmon), and Filipino cuisine including grilled choices (chicken bbq, chicken isaw, beef isaw), sweets (cassava cake, maja blanca, leche flan, cheesecake, bibingka, ube halaya, to name a few.), finger foods (okoy, kikiam, kwekwek, adobong mani, siomai, chicken chicharon, empanada, fresh lumpia, and drinks (buko pandan, mango tapioca, taho).
The famous take away restaurant, supermarket Monoprix, and online food delivery company Talabat are also participating in this year’s fourth edition.
Some food stalls are also offering buy one, get one deals on their products as part of their promotions during the 10-day event.
Enjoy eating or sipping a drink while overlooking the lush green area, sea, Corniche and Doha’s skyscraper.
As the country is witnessing cold weather, going to the festival is perfect to enjoy drinking a hot beverage or a cold one.
Going to the location is simple, either by car or metro and you can take red or green line to Al Bidda metro station for quick, easy and direct access.
The festival also offers entertainment shows and entertainment activities brought by Berg Arabia which offers bike rentals and Trampo Extreme, an indoor playground, among others.
A barista competition will also take place and exclusive sample from leading brands are present.
Moreover, it will introduce the newest trends, innovations, and technologies on coffee, tea, and chocolate.
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