Traditional Mansaf OR Qidra for Delivery at Souq Waqif, Al Wakrah!

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  • Valid from 26 Mar - 26 Sept 2020
  • Not valid during Ramadan, Eid Al-Fitr 2020 and Eid Al-Adha 2020
  • Valid for delivery ONLY
  • Advance order required (subject to availability)
  • Delivery charges apply – to be paid directly to the business

    • QR10 for Al Wakrah, Mesaieed, Al Wukair, Old Airport & Al Thumama
    • QR15 for Al Muntazah, Al Mansoura, New Salata, Abu Hamour, Bin Mahmoud, Al Saad & Hamad International Airport
    • QR20 for Al Dafna, Bin Omran, West Bay, The Pearl, Qatar University, Qatar Foundation, Al Gharafa & Madinat Khalifa
  • For inquiries/orders, contact: 7007 3227 / 4001 1100
  • Option 3: 3hrs advance preorder required; last order at 8pm
  • Additional items other than those specified in the highlights will be charged as per the menu prices
  • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24hrs applies
  • The quality & care of the advertised services & offers are solely the responsibility of the merchant
  • Voucher cannot be split
  • Not valid with other offers
  • No cash value/No cash back/No refunds
  • Present voucher upon arrival

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Option 1: Traditional Mansaf OR Qidra – Up to TWO Persons
Pay QR35 instead of QR70

Option 2: Traditional Mansaf OR Qidra – Up to FOUR Persons
Pay QR97 instead of QR195

Option 3: Traditional Mansaf OR Qidra – Up to SEVEN Persons
Pay QR190 instead of QR380



  • A dish that tastes like home! Ask just about any Jordanian what food you have to try when you visit Jordan and you’re likely to hear Mansaf as the top answer!
  • Here’s the catch – you don’t have to fly to Jordan to try it! 
  • Mansaf is a dish of rice, lamb and a dry yogurt made into a sauce called jameed
  • The lamb is cooked in jameed and the sauce, which goes along with the rice and lamb, is re-hydrated and prepared into a thick gravy to go with the lamb and rice



  • Qidra is spiced rice with lamb, chickpeas and garlic; it’s a dish named after the large clay vessel and clay oven in which it is baked
  • The rice is cooked in the vessel with chunks of meat, often lamb, a generous amount of whole, unpeeled garlic cloves, chickpeas, cardamom pods and a laundry list of spices including, but not limited, to turmeric, which gives it its distinct yellow color, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg and cumin