There’s plenty to do in this bright and beautiful mall located on Al Nasr Street. But if eating is number on your agenda, we’ve picked the absolute best restaurants that you can’t miss checking out in Mirqab Mall. Wearing stretchy pants is highly recommended.
Abd El Wahab
You don’t have to be Lebanese to know how popular Abd el Wahab is. The Oriental décor with damascene walls, brass and glass-blown artifacts and, of course, the top notch cuisine make this spot a must-try among families and groups of friends.
Apart from the traditional Lebanese dishes, there’s an authentic breakfast. And if we have to pick from the regular menu, we suggest the mougrabieh, loubiyeh bil zeit and kibbe bil sanieh.
There’s a special dish every day for QR52 and it includes all of the best-sellers.
Busaba Bangkok Thai
Busaba uses half a tonne of calamari a month for cooking. If that excites you, then you’re a true-blue Thai food lover and there’s no reason this modern Bangkok-style eatery shouldn’t be immediately next on your eating out list.
Busaba creates unique sensory experiences through flavours, aromas and the buzz of modern Bangkok. The team of chefs successfully capture the essence of what's hot in Bangkok right now and bring it to Busaba for you.
The menu features a delicious selection of Thai salads, soups, curries, grills, wok noodles, stir-fried and vegetarian as well as vegan dishes.
You can also enjoy Asian-inspired teas, blended juices, lassis and smoothies.
Don’t miss out on the express lunch deal for QR59.
Known for its classic European décor and gorgeous displays of celebration cakes and sweets, Caffè Concerto is ideal for breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea time.
Our menu favourites include the Milanese ciabatta sandwich, concerto rigatoni, a Spanish latte that we can’t get enough of and pretty much everything on the gateaux and patisserie menu.
Try the breakfast deals starting QR49 from 8am until noon every day.
It’s contemporary, it’s luxurious and it’s a top option for a decadent meal or just some tea and pastries.
It could be something in the tomato sauce or just the authentic wood-fire oven, but something keeps pulling us back to Margherita Pizzeria. It’s not just the pizza that’s incredible, try the pastas and risottos, too. Don’t be surprised if you blurt out a few Italian words after a meal here.
Ladies & Gents Café
This Danish concept specialises in fresh, healthy juices, and also provide shakes, coffee, sandwiches and other tasty treats.
With a range of omelette tortillas and a best-selling huevos casserole, the breakfast menu is so creative that it has inadvertently become a popular breakfast and brunch destination in Doha.
With its New York-style décor, Ladies & Gents is the perfect spot for a break from your hectic day.
Seafood Hook’s culinary creations will take you straight to New Orleans. You can expect quality food, plenty of flavours and friendly service, all without breaking the bank.
The seafood bucket is a real winner here, it’s the best seller and also the main reason we’re always back. We also love the dynamite shrimp and calamari.
Aside from this, the menu features a wide range of soups, starters, sandwiches, main and more at affordable prices.
The interior is contemporary and cosy at the same time, making it a great spot to spend your evening with friends and family.
There are a few better things in life than looking at a tender, juicy steak on your plate with beautiful grill marks. If you’re after meaty perfection, Sultan Chef is where you need to eat at.
The cuisine is Turkish and the dishes are brilliant. The glass-enclosed dry-age rooms and the smoking fire in front gives you a glimpse of how your meals have been prepared.
We won’t blame you if you make multiple repeat visits.
Open daily 10am-midnight. Al Nasr Street (4036 2772).