Talabat now delivers Starbucks coffee in Qatar

Talabat now delivers Starbucks coffee in Qatar

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

The region’s leading delivery platform Talabat announced that Starbucks recently joined the list of outlets available for ordering through the app.

Talabat is the first and only app in the country to deliver the famous coffee right to your doorstep.

Starbucks, the world’s largest chain and Qatar’s most loved coffeehouse, offers a wide variety of blends including lattes, macchiatos and frappuccinos.

Through Talabat Go’s efficient system, customers can enjoy their favorite cup of coffee while it is freshly-brewed. The delivery area covers the majority of Doha, including Al Wakra and Al Gharrafa.

Each drink is carefully sealed and placed in suitable bags to make sure it reaches the customer in perfect condition. All the safety standards and preventive measures issued by the government of Qatar are followed through the process of delivery. 

Talabat Qatar’s Managing Director, Francisco De Souza, said, “We’re excited to offer Starbucks delivery through Talabat as the coffeehouse has always been a part of many lives here in Qatar. We’re glad we can deliver their beverages to those who would enjoy their favorite cup of coffee at home or in the office.”

While everyone is missing the culture of meeting friends and acquaintances over coffee, Talabat is making it possible to bring back the familiar warmth of coffee in hand while connecting virtually. We are working hard to help ease the “new normal” by delivering food, groceries, pharmaceuticals, flowers, among others.

Check out the new restaurants on talabat. 

You can download the Talabat app via AppStore or Google Play.

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