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Arabian Sweets in Doha – Irresistible Sweets and Desserts

Doha, the capital city of Qatar, is one of the Middle East’s most popular destinations. Serving as the commercial and cultural hub of Qatar, the city is one of the most urban and fascinating cities in the Middle East. The city is known for iconic attractions such as The Pearl Qatar, Souq Waqif, the Aspire Tower, the Villaggio Mall, and the Museum of Islamic Art.

Every major cuisine in the world has its own sweets and desserts, and the same is true of Arabian cuisine. Commonly dubbed as “Arabian sweets”, these delightful delicacies are known for being perfect for anyone with a sweet-tooth. In Doha, you can freely find almost all of the Arabian sweets. So if you are looking for a way to feed your sweet-cravings while in Doha you are in for a real treat. A luxurious resort that offers its guests numerous Doha restaurants that also serve delectable desserts is Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara.

There are many different types of Arabian sweets that you can indulge in. One of the most popular Arabian sweets is Bakhlava; a delicious sweet made of layers of pastry which is stuffed with chopped nuts and topped off with honey to hold it together. You must also try out Mehlabiya, a superb milk pudding with a custard-like texture, served with dried fruits. Made with the paste of fruits and nuts, Malban is another delicious sweet to try out.

Luqaimat; fried balls of sweet dough dipped in sugar syrup, and Basboussa; a cake made out of semolina or farina along with sweet syrup and coconut, are two other Arabian sweets that are to-die-for! In addition to this, you can also try out the scrumptious Rez b Haleeb rice pudding, and the Kunafa sweet cheese pastry. All these delectable Arabian sweets are commonly found in almost all restaurants in Doha, so do your sweet-tooth a favour and try these irresistible Arabian sweets.

Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe.

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