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Hakkasan Doha launches exclusive festive menu

Hakkasan Doha launches exclusive festive menu

Award-winning Cantonese restaurant Hakkasan Doha is launching an exclusive festive menu from Monday until December 30.

People in Qatar's food habits more health driven: top chef

People in Qatar's food habits more health driven: top chef

British national James Norman, executive chef at St. Regis Hotel, shares his experience of attending guests from different cultures in Qatar

Growing demand’ for Filipino cuisine among expatriates

Growing demand’ for Filipino cuisine among expatriates

Kulinarya Qatar’s three-day event also featured an ‘Asian Food Festival’, which showcased not only Filipino food but also cuisine from other countries in Asia.

Dishing up a treat at Asean Food Festival

Dishing up a treat at Asean Food Festival

Attendees had the opportunity to savour various Asean dishes at a buffet dinner at Sridan Restaurant in Shangri-La Doha Hotel.

Belt up for Doha's ‘most unusual’ food adventure

Belt up for Doha's ‘most unusual’ food adventure

Strapped into racing car-like seats and lifted 50m into the air by a crane, Dinner in the Sky is arguably Doha’s most unusual foodie experience.

Iraq's top Shia cleric calls for prime minister to be chosen by Tuesday

Iraq's top Shia cleric calls for prime minister to be chosen by Tuesday

The most influential Shia cleric in Iraq called on the country's leaders on Friday to choose a prime minister within the next four days...

Malaysia extradites Tamil Tiger suspects

Malaysia extradites Tamil Tiger suspects

Three suspected Tamil Tigers arrested in Malaysia have been extradited to Sri Lanka where they are currently undergoing ...

Former rebel strongly placed to win run-off in El Salvador

Former rebel strongly placed to win run-off in El Salvador

A former Marxist guerrilla leader is in a strong position to win El Salvador’s presidential election in a run-off against his right-wing rival after falling ...

Sudan aims to produce 50 tonnes of gold in 2013

Sudan aims to produce 50 tonnes of gold in 2013

Sudan will produce at least 50 tonnes of gold and 40,000 tonnes of chromium this year, the African country’s mining minister told state news agency Suna yesterday.

Relax pension plan rules, urges panel

Relax pension plan rules, urges panel

Restrictions on a government-backed pension plan aimed at helping more Britons save for their retirement should be lifted as a matter of urgency

Referendum looks set to split Egypt further

Referendum looks set to split Egypt further

A controversial referendum on a new constitution in Egypt due to start on Saturday looks set to further split the country ...