VIDEO: Flat White Coffee Shop

By QL Videos

After spending time studying abroad, two Qatari entrepreneurs decided Qatar was lacking a non-franchise cafe for specialty coffee. With an emphasis on quality, Nasser Al Nuaimi and Maryam Al Bader opened a delectable shop in the Oyster on the Pearl. 

The two are passionate about the product they serve and travel around the world for coffee training and education, to ensure their clients are served the most incredible cup of coffee possible. 

The best part? Their cup of flat white is no different in price than any other cappuccino or coffee in town. The owners selected a price point so that they could cater to repeat customers. 

Reasonably priced, offering views of the sea ahead, plus a delicious coffee in hand - it is a lovely place to relax, study, and unwind with friends.



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By britexpat• 2 years 3 months ago.

Acchabaccha : This is a QL promotion

By acchabaccha• 2 years 3 months ago.

This is the wrong place for advertisement.

By muad-db• 2 years 3 months ago.

Sounds so nice ... Will visit tomorrow .. Joys

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