Three new outlets at The Pearl-Qatar

Debs W Remman
There is good news for Qatar Foodies... Three new outlets have opened doors at The Pearl-Qatar.
Debs W Remman, La Casa Twenty Eight restaurants and Mokarabia coffee bar opened at Medina Centrale inside The Pearl-Qatar.

Debs W Remman is a 300-seat Lebanese casual dining concept that recreates the atmosphere of the old streets and souqs of Beirut.
Manned by Chef Bashir Zeitouni, the restaurant promises "a variety of traditional dishes that capture the essence of authentic Lebanese cuisine".
There are many Lebanese options in Qatar, but good service and food will definitely get good crowd. I hope they give double emphasis on good service, which is lacking in many Arabic restaurants.

La Casa Twenty Eight

A 250-seat casual dining Mediterranean bakery and steakhouse, La Casa Twenty Eight will serve Mediterranean-inspired cuisine under the Executive Chef Errico Gabriele, while the Mokarabia Café serves coffee creations along with salads, sandwiches and desserts.

Mokarabia Café

Marsa Malaz Kempinski introduces Golden High Tea

Café Murano, the European gourmet café at Marsa Malaz Kempinski, has introduced the Golden High Tea to its menu as a permanent fixture.

The limited edition afternoon tea was first showcased at this year’s Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) 2015. The signature golden cappuccino is served together with a selection of petite culinaire, allowing guests to choose between a traditional and an Oriental High Tea.
Café Murano specialises in European art de cuisine, with a passion for chocolate and petite culinaire.

The Golden High Tea is served every day between 2pm and 6pm.
Marsa Malaz Kempinski is located inside The Pearl-Qatar.

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