Just Another Weekend Brunch

We missed our exit and got lost on our way to Doha Festival because of the confusing roadworks all over the town and this made us reach the mall at almost noon time.  So instead of having “brunch”- which is the original plan, we technically had lunch! Since some of the shops and restaurants are still closed, we were left with limited options as to where we must satisfy our hunger . We were already starving from spending an unanticipated extended time on the road and walking from one end to another of Doha Festival does not make it any better, but gladly we passed by this Neapolitan pizza restaurant called 800 Degrees. It is something new in Doha and so we had to try.

…gladly we passed by this Neapolitan pizza restaurant called 800 Degrees. It is something new in Doha and so we had to try. 

We ordered salad, meatballs and Hawaiian pizza – nothing new about our food selection but I must say, we still enjoyed it. Perhaps, laughing, story-telling and eating, all at the same time, can make any food special. But don’t get me wrong, their food is as delectable as the traditional Italian food so it is a must-try!

Just like what any girl would do at the mall, we went to check out some shops and did a little shopping. The red flags saying SALE at almost every corner makes it really tempting. I wish it stays like that everyday (wishful thinking), so we can go back anytime. We also learned that they had Monoprix so we grabbed the chance and got our favorite Japanese treats! And of course, nobody goes home without getting their Starbucks drink. Does this make us a Starbucks addict? I hope not!

Until our next weekend adventure! Ciao!

xx

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Sheryl Segura

Sheryl has a degree in Communication Arts and having been exposed to various sides of the media, she eventually grew multifaceted interests in life which led her to create Segura & Co. She is currently exploring the desert life in the middle east and sharing some bits and pieces of her latest discoveries through her blog.

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