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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Puerto Gallera Restaurant in Doha, Qatar



If you've been reading my blog posts, you know that we went on vacation to Doha, Qatar last year for Christmas 2015. I started writing about our trip, although I haven't been too regular. The last article was on the Villaggio Mall - click here for the post.



On our second day in Doha, Qatar, my sister-in-law, MJ, my daughter, SO, and I had dinner at the Filipino restaurant, Puerto Gallera. Yesss!!!
For a moment I felt bad for MR, who stayed with his brother and father at home, but honestly my guilt vanished as soon as I entered the restaurant. I try to cook Filipino food as much as possible at home, but sometimes because specific ingredients are just not available, it is impossible. Think - bangus, malunggay, iba, chicharon, and etc ...





Being here felt like being back home in Cebu, without actually being home. I couldn't help, but think of all the Filipino OFW's in Qatar and felt happy for them to have a place like Puerto Gallera restaurant for them to go to. How I wish we had a Filipino restaurant where I live! I know on days where I particularly feel nostalgic, I like to eat a good Pinoy meal.



A Filipino meal always starts with a cup of steamed white rice or two. :)


Buttered Shrimp


Sizzling Pochero

Chopsuey

We thought we had enough food for 2 adults and 1 children, but while eating MJ decided to add an order of Tortang Talong and Steamed White Rice. I couldn't have done better. LOL.


Tortang Talong



Wiped out. LOL. Did you think we would leave some behind?

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