Winter times can be very exciting in Doha, with so many festivals and activities happening around town. One Thursday winter morning we decided to visit Mahaseel festival at Katara village. It’s an annual festival where the farmers sell their produce. Anyways after the festival, we decided to sit somewhere for coffee before we headed our own way.
I suggested Kamachi as I had come across the menu online and it looked interesting. On entering we found the place buzzing with locals with amazing food kept on the table in front of them was more than enough to convince us it was time to eat even though we had eaten breakfast and it was too early for Lunch.
It was very tastefully decorated as a traditionally Qatari house I guess. The menu is limited and it’s an all-day breakfast place. There is no such cuisine it follows, the menu is a collection of specially curated dishes from some of the popular dishes that the locals like and is limited to a few tasty dishes.
The staff was very friendly, polite, and professional. One of a few places in Doha where I have seen the servers actually smiling most of the time.
We ordered their special dishes,Nikhy Basheer and keema with KamachiBread that was crispy and warm straight from the tandoor. Basheer and keema were moderately spiced and tasted amazing. I have over time moved from heavily spiced dishes to moderately spiced ones, so was just perfect.
A must-try for sure!