Centara West Bay Hotel & Residences Doha has soft-opened a new foodie delight, The Mezze House, in the heart of West Bay.
The Mezze House soft-opened last week, and will be opening the outdoor seating area in the coming weeks, the hotel has said in a press statement.
“Stylistically designed as you would expect of a trendy Lebanese resto-lounge, there’s a lot more on offer than just the aesthetics. The menu is filled with flavourful mezze selections, and the combination platters come with a uniquely Lebanese beverage. A selection of masterfully handcrafted drinks redesigned, such as the House signature ‘Baklava New Fashion’, is sure to become a favourite,” the statement noted.
As the name suggests, it’s the mezze at the “front and centre”. “Slowly roasted and smoked babaganoush, creamy hummous topped with pine nuts, thinly sliced lamb and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil to whet the pallet. The selection of freshly grilled meat options are every Keto fan’s delight, allowing you to indulge guilt-free into the sweeter selection of desserts with the delectable House speciality, ‘Cheese Kunafa’, already on its way to becoming a favourite,” the statement added.
The Mezze House is located on the ground floor of Centara West Bay Hotel & Residences Doha and opens its doors daily at 4pm, with the happy hour continuing until 6pm. A second round of happy hour is available from 10.30pm to 11.30pm every night.
To reserve a table, call 40095515. Stay updated and follow the restaurant at IG @themezzehouse.doha and Facebook @themezzehouse
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