Arabic, Breakfast, Cheap Eats, International
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Breakfast buffet at Al Terrace – Souq Waqif Botique Hotel Al Mirqab

Yesterday was one of those rare days that my schedule was a bit light, so I decided to explore a restaurant that I haven’t been to yet. But with the gazillions of options here in Qatar, I was left scratching my head on where to actually go.

Aimlessly driving, I found myself in the vicinity of Corniche. And as you know, Corniche is more or less synonymous to Souq Waqif. And there I went.

Randomly walking the streets, I checked Zomato for the options and decided on Al Terrace, a Lebanese restaurant at Hotel Al Mirqab which is part of Souq Waqif Botique Hotels.

I initially thought that the restaurant was still closed but lucky me, it was just empty. For QR50 for the buffet, I just went on ahead and braved the unknown.

The place itself has a spacious indoor and outdoor area. The indoor though was too dark for me, it made me feel like it was still 5am. Still the interiors were inviting, showcasing a picture gallery of Qatar’s past.

Cold mezze and history: perfect combination


The spread was surprisingly a lot. I initially thought it was just the bread and waffles section but the set up they had was that the food were spread all over the restaurant’s corners.

They have the eggs station, waffles and the likes, foul medames, baleelat, baked beans, etc. It was a typical mixture of Continental and Arabic breakfast.

The service was okay and the food that I had eaten was good for its price. It may not be as grand as the buffets from other hotels but for QR50, it’s good enough.

The breakfast buffet is available all through out the week so if you want to try something new, check this place out.

It’s located opposite of Damasca One.


Al Terrace - Souq Waqif Boutique Hotel Al Mirqab Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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