Qatar International Food Festival was officially launched at Al Bidda Park with live cooking demo, jugglers, unicycle and fireworks at Corniche.
Al Bidda Park, Qatar
30 November 2021, 12:00 AM
17 December 2021, 12:00 AM
Get ready to fall in love with Qatar once again through indulgence in food and several other activities that range from live cooking, exciting competitions to entertainment and masterclasses.
The eleventh edition of Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) opened on Friday, 26 November. In a first for the festival, QIFF is set to run for three weeks before closing on the eve of Qatar National Day.
The festival will be staged at Al-Bidda Park in the Corniche against the backdrop of Doha’s skyline where over 140 vendors will serve culinary masterpieces. Vendors from Doha, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and international markets will participate in the festival.
While general admission to QIFF is free, 10 VIP areas around the festival can be reserved for 350 QAR per two-hour booking. Each VIP area can accommodate eight people.
The festival hosts a wide variety of food trucks, live cooking shows, masterclasses, and activities for families and kids.
This year, the event will host a live cooking theater where chefs will show off their skills and compete in cook-offs with one another as a form of friendly competition.
Live firework displays are staged at 8pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
There is something more to look forward along Corniche.
The Supervisory Committee of Beautification of Roads and Public Places in Qatar has announced the launch of the Doha Lights Festival, which will take place alongside the Corniche.
Committee Chairman Eng. Mohammed Al Khaldi said that the Doha Lights Festival will contribute to promoting local tourism, as it takes place during the FIFA Arab Cup. It is also unique as it offers a variety of creative spectacles that suit all ages, Ashghal tweeted. The FIFA Arab Cup will run from November 30 to December 18.
Weekdays: 3 pm - 11 am
Weekends: 3 pm - 1 am