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Sep 27, 2021

Qatari food fest on Oct. 1st to mark World Cup 2022 Countdown

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Special dish of Qatar. Daring gourmet image
Special dish of Qatar. Daring gourmet image

Marking Countdown to the World Cup, the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Kathmandu is going to organize a Qatari Food Festival at Chandragiri Hills Resorts, in west Kathmandu on October 1-Friday.

On first day of October 2021, the countdown starts 400+ days to go to Qatar World Cup 2022.

Generally, the food festival promotes harmony among the personalities from the various sectors of the society showcasing diverse food cultures of the country (Qatar) which becomes a part of the tourism industry.

The Qatar Food Festival might bring together the world’s best culinary cultures in an exceptional event that reflects Qatar’s diversity and thriving culture offering gastronomic alfresco eating as well as fun and entertainment.

Generally, Qatari serves seasoned rice consisting of either lamb or chicken and is slow-cooked to give it a depth of flavor accompanied by salad and homemade sauce.

Qatari capital city Doha has such an incredible diversity of international cuisine ranging from hearty home-cooked stews to delicate desserts full of complex flavours.

The 22nd edition of the World Cup tournament will kick off on 21 November 2022, when Qatar – the reigning champions of Asia – take their FIFA World Cup bow at the tournament’s first match at the stunning 60,000-seat Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor City.

Qatar will host the most compact version of the tournament in modern history. All eight stadiums are within 50km of central Doha, while fans, players and officials will be able to stay in one accommodation throughout the event, which will conclude with the final at the 80,000-seat Lusail Stadium on 18 December 2022 – which is also Qatar National Day.

It promises to be a festival of football like no other – with everyone always in the thick of the action and never far from a stadium, fan zone or tourist attraction.

Qatar has been busy for 10 years in the making, hoping it will be the biggest event that’s ever happened in the Middle East. It will bring the region together and be a moment of pride in the history of the world. As the day is closer to the tournament, the excitement is also going higher.