Qatar Museums have announced the six lucky winners that will set up food trucks along MIA Park in the coming weeks.
Last year, Qatar Museums announced the availability of five spots reserved for food trucks at MIA Park in Doha, and called on owners to submit their business ideas.
— MuseumofIslamicArt (@MIAQatar) June 27, 2016
The campaign didn’t launch as soon as it was originally intended to, but QM have finally announced six winners and said that they will commence business in the coming weeks.
The six food trucks that will open at MIA Park are:
Doha Bus Café
This reimagined version of the popular Doha hop-on-hop-off bus will be stationed at MIA Park and offer visitors a delicious range of Qatari fusion food and beverages.
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The famous German coffee brand will be serving their original organic coffee that is known for its rich taste, as well as fresh juices, healthy smoothies alongside their signature sandwiches and desserts.
Dareen Sweets are experts in making some of Qatar’s favorite delicacies, and will new be offering them onsite at MIA Park.
From the streets of Thailand to the streets of Doha, Ice Rolls were the first to bring delicious rolled ice creams to Qatar.
Burger and Burmait
Known for their American foods with a local twist, Burger and Burmait will be making fresh hamburgers for you to enjoy.
Poori & Karak
Poori & Karak will offer a wide range of Indian-inspired Chapatti, Poori and Parati sandwiches, as well as their hot karak tea.