Al Baik Heads to Qatar With Two Branches


Al Baik Chain heads to the Qatar FIFA world cup with two mobile branches

Saudi’s famous fast-food restaurant chain ‘Al Baik‘ is sending five mobile restaurants to Qatar during the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Two out of five mobile unit Al Baik branches are now in Doha, Qatar.

Two out of five promised Al Baik trucks have officially mobilized in Doha and parked near Hyatt Plaza Mall in Al Waab, Doha, Qatar.

The food trucks will provide all its varieties to country residents and all football fans coming to the Gulf nation, giving them a taste of its popular recipe.

More three mobile units will be soon headed to Qatar.

The fast food chain has yet to officially reveal where all five mobile restaurants will be located in Qatar that would be officially shown on Al-Baik Site.

Source: Albaik

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