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Over 70 Burger Restaurants Join Burger Festival in Katara

Burger Festival

The Cultural Village Foundation – Katara kicked off this year’s edition of the Burger Festival in the South Beach area of Katara Village this week. The festival will run until this Saturday, 8 December.

Hussein Al Baker, Services Department Manager at Katara, inaugurated the opening of the festival on behalf of Katara General Manager Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaity, together with Omar Shamiya, CEO of the festival’s organising company, Kozzette Solutions.

Burger Festival Entrance

The five-day burger fair features over 70 of the best local and international burger restaurants in Qatar, offering a wide variety of flavours and recipes. The festival also features home-based micro businesses, in addition to cafes and sweet shops. Aside from the food and the burgers, the festival is also hosting entertainment shows and an array of activities and competitions for children.

Katara has been keen to host the festival and introduce visitors to different flavours, says Al Baker during the opening. He said that the festival is also a chance for families to enjoy the activities and entertainment facilities provided at the fair. The PlayStation tournament, for example, will give away QAR30,000 worth of prizes.

The festival is open to the public daily until 8 December, from 12 pm until midnight. Please check the link below for more details.

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