Time Out Says
The inside is just as intricate. There’s a massive tree in the centre, alternative prints on the walls, umbrellas hanging from the top and an entire display dedicated to dessert.
The menu is a fusion of flavours from all over the world. The ideas are simple but well executed with great use of fresh, local ingredients. We try the baked falafel ( is far from greasy) with a comforting beetroot hummus. The star of the starters is the tom yum gyoza. We can smell the kaffir lime from a distance, blended into the sauce on top.
The octopus with leek and purple potato puree is also stunning – a dish that’s as good on the eyes as it is on the tongue. The lamb shank pales a little in comparison but our overall impression of this place is so marvellous that we can’t dwell on it for long.
The service needs work – there is confusion and wrong information on the reservations and the food comes out slowly. Sit outdoors with a cup of coffee and some halawa truffles just before sunset to really complete the experience here.
WHAT IS IT...
Perhaps Doha’s most Instagrammable restaurant
For the beautiful terrace with great views and fantastic food
11 Feb 2020
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