UAE-based restaurant Mandilicious debuts in Qatar

The latest outlet to join Doha's burgeoning dining scene is known for its authentic slow-cooked Arabic cuisine

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Chicken Madhbi.

Mandilicious, the restaurant chain home-grown in the UAE, has opened its first outlet in Qatar in Souq Al Suleiman on Salwa Road.

The launch of Mandilicious in Qatar was celebrated at an opening ceremony hosted in the presence of a number of VIPs including members of the local foodie community who were treated to Mandilicious’ signature dish mandi, lamb traditionally cooked over hot embers. Guests were also given a glimpse at the outlet’s other offerings including soups, sahaweq, tabeekh, and desserts including kunafa.

The Qatar menu features all of Mandilicious’ best-selling dishes served in the UAE, cooked using only the freshest ingredients and local produce and meats.

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Mandilicious is also open in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah.

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