DOHA: The fifth annual Qatar International Food Festival next week turns the spotlight on the country as a multicultural society celebrating international cuisines to suit every palate.
“We want to emphasise the multicultural place Qatar has become and we want to share that through cuisines at the festival,” Rashed Al Qurese, Director of Marketing and Promotions, Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA), told the media yesterday.
The International Zone, one of the sections at the festival, is aimed at representing different cultures and cuisines in the country “as Qatar is a global country and we have over 100 nationalities represented here, so it’s cuisine,” he added.
QTA has partnered for the second year with Qatar Airways to organise the festival at Museum of Islamic Art Park from March 20 to 23.
“The festival will reflect the multicultural society of Qatar. It’s about culture, healthy food and lifestyle and entertainment,” said Salam Al Shawa, Vice-President, Corporate Communications, Qatar Airways. Read More