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!
As promised, there are fresh and exciting news regularly with Hungry Birds Doha. This latest chapter is a segment part of The Drive Show on the QF Radio (English).
Every weekday from 3 30 pm – 4 30 pm, Nabil Al Nashar conducts a themed drive show and Wednesday is Food & Lifestyle segment. Hungry Birds Doha is a guest with QF Radio talking about all the food news and happenings in Doha, Qatar.
Without a doubt, most of you are already tuned into the radio show live. However, I will still go ahead and do a recap each week after the show to summarize what we spoke about in case you miss out on listening to us.
The segment started with a petite discussion about National Cake day and how 26th November should be a national holiday worldwide!
Jokes apart, our topic of the day was an interesting one and definitely one of my favorites – Afternoon Tea.