Visit Katara Village and enjoy the diverse cuisines at your car step from 6th May to 10th June.
Katara Cultural Village, Qatar
06 May 2019, 06:00 PM
10 June 2019, 04:00 AM
Every night hundreds of cars can be seen in queue at Katara Cultural Village to sample delicious takeaway favourites at the Ramadan Drive-Thru Festival featuring more than 40 food stalls and trucks. The designs of the stalls and the bright lights bordering the venue exude Ramadan atmosphere which can be felt by every visitor.
The vast parking are at the back of Katara Beach Club turns into a haven for drive-thru lovers from Iftar till 4am with the wide-ranging food and beverages on offer at the unique month-long festival. The stalls have been arranged in a circular manner making it easy for visitors to order and have their food delivered right to them without leaving the comfort of their cars.
There are also tables available by the beach for those who wish to stay longer at the festival, where they can eat all the food they want.
Popular restaurants in Katara have also opened their stalls at the festival offering their bestsellers including seafood at Turkish cuisine at Sukar Pasha Ottoman Lounge, L’wazaar Fish Market and chocolate products at Chac’Late. Shawrma Time, Pistacolate, Your Choice Noodles, Magnolia Bakery, Soft Loop and Poffertjes are among the other outlets taking part at the festival which runs till 10th June.
There are a whole lot more of food and beverages in wide varieties that can be purchased at the festival such as pizzas, sandwiches, shawarmas, cakes, wraps, noodles, pastries, artisanal, burgers, pancakes, cupcakes, muffins, fresh juices and shakes , among others. Coffeephiles in search of the perfect cup can sift through to a wide selection of coffee on the menus of 42 Coffee, Addiction Coffee Shop, Sky Coffee, Blond Coffee Boutique, Coffee-Bike and Cup of Joe, while those who want to munch some delicious burgers can fulfil their cravings at The Rare Burger, Burger Hood, Buns Burger, News Burgers and Burger & Burmait.
There is a giant screen at the far end of the venue which acts as a drive-in cinema where sport events are shown to those who wish to park their cars while enjoying their food, while in the middle of the venue is a stage where Arabic music is played by a local Oud artiste further enhancing the joyous ambience.