As defined by most dictionaries, Business Lunch is a midday meal where people merely talk about business matters. But for me, Business Lunch here in Qatar means a way to try out food in most restaurants at a lower price.
Noodles and Ribs was the concept launched by Elements Restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel Doha last summer. It features a delectable variety of ribs and Chef Ding’s hand pulled noodles. Before I left for vacation last July, the foodie in me was so eager to try it because the concept looks interesting and unique, but the thrifty side of me was telling me not to pay QAR 200 for just noodles and ribs (I didn’t know then that salads, sushi and desserts are included).
Chi’zen Restaurant has always been on top of our list whenever we crave for some Asian cuisines or want to eat at a fancy resto here in Doha. They’ve got great selection of food, awesome service, beautiful ambience and affordable prices compared to the other restaurants located inside the hotels.
This restaurant is located opposite the office where I used to work three years ago. During that time, they were still constructing this place, and most of us were very excited to dine here since it is new in the area. However, when they finally opened, we heard and read a lot of good and bad reviews. Sadly, the bad comments took the best of us, so we prolong our decision to try eating here, until I resigned at that company.
We were supposed to have a Friday Brunch at a different restaurant offering a unique theme, however it was fully booked when I tried to call them the day prior. While thinking of where to go instead, my friend suggested to have it at Yee Hwa Restaurant. Since I’m always craving for Korean and Japanese cuisines, I agreed right away. I’ve tried eating here before and I am always satisfied with the food and the service, but this will be the first time that I am going to try their Friday Brunch Buffet.