In the heart of InterContinental Doha The City is a hidden treasure, a charming outdoor square known as Al Jalsa Garden Lounge, the perfect venue for a nourishing breakfast under the sun and blue skies, surrounded by the pleasant winter breeze. If you want to escape being sun-kissed, you may sit under the shaded seating corner.

Enjoy an el fresco breakfast at Al Jalsa Garden Lounge for only QAR89. The Oriental Breakfast Set menu begins with a basket of a variety of warm breads along with a selection of jams, a plate of zaatar, zeit and honey, as well as pistachio halawa. That is then followed by a cold platter of olives, pickles, veggies, cheese, labneh and hummus. Then there’s a plate of delicious fresh cream with honey. If you’re still not full by then, another platter is on the way, which consists of hot four appetising dishes – egg shakshouka, marinated foul modames (skandarani), grilled halloumi cheese and falafel. If you still can breathe after that, dessert is on the way. It’s a sweet-smelling Nutella Saj with strawberries, blueberries and black raspberries on the side.

Thirsty? The set menu also offers a choice of either one tea or coffee as well as either an orange or watermelon juice.

The Oriental Breakfast Set is a great breakfast choice for vegetarians as the menu is vegetarian-friendly, bringing you meat-free dishes with a variety of breakfast favourites – jams, vegetables, cheese, hummus, labneh, falafel and more. Vegans can also enjoy the set menu.

Al Jalsa intercon the city 2Al Jalsa Garden Lounge is also a fantastic choice for tea and coffee, and shisha. They also have a scrumptious barbecue every Wednesday from 6 pm – 11 pm.

The Oriental Breakfast Set is available daily from 8 am to 11:30 am at Al Jalsa Garden Lounge at InterContinental Doha The City.

For more information, call 4015 8888 or 7021 8764.

Author: Ola Diab

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