Biryani, Kebab & Meat festival begins at Safari

 29 Jan 2018 - 8:47

Biryani, Kebab & Meat festival begins at Safari

The Peninsula

DOHA: Prominent hypermarket group in Doha Safari’s popular promotion Biryani & Kebab Fest in the bakery & hot food section and Meat Festival in the butchery section has begun yesterday.

In the fest, customers can experience the wide varieties of biryanis & kebab which is soothing to the taste buds. More than 50 varieties of biryani including Lucknow Gosht Biriyani, Kashmeeri Vegetable Biriyani, Mussels Biriyani, Prawns Biryani, Hara Machi Biryani, Egg. Biryani, Harkmas (Beef) Biryani, Malabar Chicken Briyani, Mattanjery Chicken Biriyani , Kayikka’s Beef Biriyani , Thalassery Mutton Biriyani , and about 40 different varieties of Kebab including Filly Kebab , Lala Grilled Tikka , Coco Coriander Chicken Kebab , Rangoli Sheek Kebab ,Tandoori Fish Kebab , Beef Sheek Kebab, Grilled Lamb Chops, Kali Mirchi Kebab, Camel Seekh Kebab prepared under the supervision of the best chefs available. Come and experience the delicious dishes offered in the festival at the best price possible.

Safari’s habitual customer friendly offers are being resorted once again in the meet festival were the customers can avail meat at the lowest prices. Many Varieties of meat from across the globe including New Zealand Topside, Pakistan Mutton, and Arabian Lamb are available in the butchery section. The major highlights of the festival are the availability of Indian Mutton at QR.28 per kg and Indian Buffalo at QR.20 for 1kg. This offer is available in all Safari outlets across Doha.

Safari has always presented great Offers, Promotions and Lucky raffle draws for the customers. Now, Safari’s Mega promotion Win 10 Nissan Patrol Car promotion is running where the customers can win 2 Patrol Cars in each draw. Customers can participate in the Lucky draw by using the coupons, which can be obtained on purchasing any product worth of or above 50 Riyals.

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