What’s on the menu? – 2

I can write about food everyday and not always being able to share the food love with you each time I think of it is disappointing. There will be a summary once a week with minimal words and more pictures giving you a little insight before you read the detailed review later and I’ll call this little space – What’s on the menu?
This week started slow on eating out and concentration was more towards being home, cooking and trying my hand at making vada pav (commonly known as Mumbai Burger). I, also, experimented with making the Maharashtrian Garlic chutney – which wasn’t the perfect texture but I will give it a try again till I can get the condiment consistency right.
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What’s on the menu? – 1

I can write about food everyday. Not always being able to share the food love with you each time I think of it is disappointing. Starting today, there will be a summary once a week with minimal words and more pictures giving you a little insight before you read the detailed review later and I’ll call this little space – What’s on the menu? (WOTM).

What started off as a very nervous and anxious day on Saturday last week ended with a fun packed full house of successful first #FoodBloggersQTRMeet held at Four Seasons Hotel. A bit of an achievement as it was my first as an event organizer too. Here are some pictures from the fabulous meet and the amazing food bloggers in the country! Be sure to subscribe to Food Bloggers Qatar Club and follow on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

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What’s on the menu? – 1

Raisin the roof at Argan restaurant

Not entirely delighted at our previous visit to Al Jasra Boutique Hotel’s other restaurant – Al Sanbouk, I wasn’t quite sure if I must hold high expectations this time around at Argan – their neighboring Moroccan restaurant. However, I’d mostly heard good reviews, so there was a quite positive vibe already. The restaurant is dim lit – beautiful ambiance for a nice candle light dinner and also has a low height seating section for a more relaxed evening.

Experiencing authentic Moroccan cuisine for the first time, it was safe to order recommended dishes by our server. He was very well versed with what he suggested and knew the menu at the back of his hand (a rarity).

The service on this day was perfect with everything on time and I would have observed full marks (but on another occasion it was a bit of a let down).

We were celebrating our anniversary and I must admit we picked the right place. It was a pleasant evening with the highlight being – exquisite Moroccan food!

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