Forget the name

By mszubair

Last month we had a buffet lunch at City Center, price Qr. 99. Most probably in the 2nd floor. I am trying to recall the name of the restaurant. Can any one help us from the above information.

By mszubair• 4 years 10 months ago.
mszubair

@chameleon- many thanks, I believe that was the one "Eli France Café".

By Rizks• 4 years 10 months ago.
Rizks

was it PakodaPappadum Resturant ?

By chameleon• 4 years 10 months ago.
chameleon

Eli France Cafe?

By Wild Turkey• 4 years 10 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
Wild Turkey

The food must have been bad, he lost all his memory after consumption.

By Elkhorn• 4 years 10 months ago.
Elkhorn

is it big or is it small? what kind of food did you eat? Was it at the Food Court or a stand alone? Any additional details would help.

By mszubair• 4 years 10 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
mszubair

no, it is not Nandus.

By JokerQL• 4 years 10 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
JokerQL

Forget the name, Lets play the game :)

By rider2200• 4 years 10 months ago.
rider2200

is it Nandu's Restaurant.??

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