No Fuss Business Lunch? Go Mosaic at Mandarin Oriental Doha
Popular for its diverse collection of dishes, Mosaic will give you the chance to try their delectable offering for as low as QAR90! The new business lunch offers almost everything in their regular menu plus a selection of Asian noodle dishes, ‘inspired by the flavours and spices across the regions of the Silk Route’.
The servings are much more ‘manageable’ compared to their regular offering. Lunch is no fuss, efficient yet friendly. We had our pickings each of a salad, soup and some sushi rolls for starters, followed by noodles – you can choose from their Italian or Asian list. Dessert is of course sweet enough to kick your brain back to work mode.
If you’re having a busy day and would welcome an hour and a half of some stylish mid-day meal in fashionable surroundings, this is the right place for you. The place is not as busy and you can choose to sit at a corner table overlooking the busy Corniche street.
The business lunch dishes are on a separate menu, together with the Asian noodles. Choosing is easier, especially if you are familiar with Mosaic. Our suggestion is to choose your mains first. If you’re having noodles or pasta, you can opt-out of the soup and choose instead the sushi rolls or the salad. If you’d rather go for the heavier option, you can stick with their Arabic and/or Indian selection, and an Umm Ali dessert.
Our operative word is ‘light’, a meal to bridge us through a busy afternoon.
The business lunch at Mosaic is available in two-course or three-course meals, for QAR90 and QAR120, respectively. The restaurant is open from 11 am and only fully vaccinated individuals are allowed to dine in.
Call 4008 8888 or email [email protected] to book your table.
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Author: Lalaine Sumaray Turqueza
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