Time Out Says
The menu is simple and straight to the point. We start with hummus with spinach, almonds and vegan feta cheese. It’s served with some chapatti that we wish were warmer. The hummus itself is a more healthy take on the regular mezze, sprinkled with flax seeds and other whole grains.
The wagyu burger has Arabic spices running through it, which is a nice touch. The bun is beautifully soft but we prefer our burgers to come topped with caramelised onions, which would have added an extra texture and flavour here. Our other main, shrimp mashkool, exceeds our expectations in terms of flavour. The dish is biryani-like but doesn’t have such strong spices. The amount of shrimp seemes a bit stingy, but there’s plenty of rice.
Dessert wins us over. A moist date brownie comes with tasty vanilla ice cream and a silky date sauce and mixed berries. It’s brilliant and the clear highlight of a good meal.
WHAT IS IT...
A well-decorated eatery with healthy options on the menu
For food that’s light and tasty
By Time Out Doha staff | 18 Jan 2020
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