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    7 Spots to Enjoy Iftar in Doha that Aren’t a Buffet

    Let’s face it, hotel and restaurant iftar buffets are fun for the first few days of Ramadan in Doha, but the novelty soon wears off. But these five places are offering something outside of the Ramadan iftar buffet bubble and definitely worth your consideration this month. From a new fine dining spot causing a buzz; a surf and turf option and two places to enjoy a fabulous Indian feast. I’ve dined at all the Doha restaurants mentioned below over the past couple of months (some more than once!) and all highly recommended. 1. Ramadan menu at The M Doha This is approachable fine dining and a good opportunity to try…

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    Two Ramadan Menus for You to Check Out This Week in Doha

    There is so much to choose from but I found two Ramadan menus for you to check out this week in Doha to that tick a couple of boxes in terms of value, great food and a unique experience. Ramadan Menu at Paper Moon Their terrace, snuggled deep in the Airport Road business district, is a bit of a revelation if you haven’t been. After sunset the lights twinkle and you could be anywhere. The Ramadan menu this year is extensive, has sometimes a couple of random dishes but enough to satisfy all cravings. Served over five courses, there are traditional Arabic mezze and lentil soup to share to kick…

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    Iftars for under QR50 in Qatar? Yes Doha foodies, it can be done!

    A delicious iftar under QR50 in Qatar? Yes my foodie friends it can be done. Like many who have contacted me, I’ve been surprised at the general prices for iftar this Ramadan. This is a combination of sticker shock from the two year COVID-19 hiatus and a general indication of the rising prices globally. Knowing so many people are seeking value for money, I thought a look at what iftars can be bought for QR50 was worth exploring. These are some great options to suit all kinds of cravings – not always traditional – I found while doing the rounds in the last few days and from places I know…

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    Ramadan in Doha 2022 – where to find the best food and dining experiences

    Ramadan in Doha 2022 – and the age old question, where to find the best food and dining experience?Ramadan is Perhaps my one of my favorite times of year in Doha. Alas COVID has for the past two years put a stopper on this. Boooo! But here we are, back (almost) to normal. Most hotels and restaurants seem to be back to buffets and bigger offerings and there is also a growing number of other favorite restaurants choosing to open their doors in Ramadan. Here is your Life on the Wedge list of your must visit tents and experiences for Ramadan this year – Ramadan Under the Stars at Four…

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    Three Places to Enjoy Iftar this Ramadan that Aren’t a Buffet

    It’s halfway through Ramadan and if you are anything like me, you have “buffet fatigue”. Which is why I’m excited that these three great Doha places are offering iftar menus other than a buffet this Ramadan. Don’t get me wrong, I love me a buffet, but sometimes you just need something low key and different to break the fast.Here are top three picks for iftar this Ramadan in Doha that are outside the buffet bubble. Nobu Doha When I heard that Nobu Doha was staying open this Ramadan it was like music to my jaded ears. To entice new diners and rusted on addicts like myself, they are offering a…

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    Three Places for Iftar This Ramadan in Doha That Are Not in a Hotel

    Ramadan got off to a slow start for me thanks to some travel and a brush with a deuteronomy-inspired tummy bug. But now, I’m in full Ramadan-mode. I have to be honest, while I love the lavish Ramadan tents around town (and this year there are some corkers), sometimes you want something a little different for iftar beyond the live cooking stations and Um Ali coma. Eating outside the five star bubble doesn’t mean you compromise on quality, taste and experience. Quite contraire! Here are my top picks for breaking your fast without the five star fanfare: Yugo When I hear “fusion” attached to a restaurant I do balk a…