Mama Rozie: Boodle Fight Meals and More

If you are thinking of expanding your usual menu, why not visit Mama Rozie Restaurant? Under one roof, you can have your fill of Filipino, Indonesian, and Malaysian food.

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Mama Rozie is a fun place for you and your friends. Loyal customers enjoy the authentic taste of the meal.

breakfast lunch and dinner
Photo Credit: Mama Rozie Facebook page

A Unique Dining Experience

One of the many restaurants in Qatar that you can visit is Mama Rozie. It opened its doors in 2019. The owner, Mrs. Armen, started a catering service to provide food to those who are looking for authentic homecooked meals. Eventually, a restaurant was established in Al Khor. The Doha branch opened after.

When you visit this restaurant, you can choose from three menus: Filipino, Indonesian, and Malaysian. All the ingredients are fresh because they are bought every day. Cooking is done traditionally because they don’t use store-bought seasoning.

While waiting for your order, you can explore the restaurant and see their items on display. You can play sungka and other children’s games to pass the time. You can also look at more designs in the upstairs section. The minimalist design is pleasing to the eyes.

What’s nice about Mama Rozie is that the food offering is kid-friendly, too.

Menu Offers

You will have plenty of food choices when you go to Mama Rozie Restaurant since they serve meals from breakfast to dinner.

Some of the Filipino dishes they serve are calamari, Filipino barbeque chicken, beef sisig, and kare-kare.

Their Malaysian and Indonesian breakfast meals include bubur ayam, lontong sayur komplit rendang, nasi lemak ayam sotong, and kari mee udang. For those who want to eat stir fry meals, they can order nasi goreng ayam or bihun goreng ayam.

traditional cooking
Photo Credit: Mama Rozie Facebook Page

The pastes and sauces that go with these meals are prepared daily.

Fridays and Saturdays are reserved for dessert and traditional cakes. Some of the desserts that you can try are mix cassava bake cake, corn and original flavor, chicken curry empanada puffs, banana chocolate bake puffs, and pandan pancake roll with palm sugar and coconut.

Prices are affordable, with meals costing about QR 30. There are also set meals and group meals for those in a large group. The set meals should be ordered in advance.

The meals are available for dine-in or take-out. Delivery of meals is done through Talabat, Fingertipsqa, and Wishbox.

Video: Boodle Fight at Mama Rozie

The boodle fight meal set is one of the reasons why Filipinos go to Mama Rozie. The set meal is quite affordable and can feed up to 5 people. The meal contains spring rolls, pancit, sweet and sour chicken, chop suey, kare-kare, and chicken barbeque. And the best part is, rice is unlimited.

boodle fight
Photo Credit: Mama Rozie Facebook page

Here is a video from our kababayan about her experience in the boodle fight meal:


Do you want to try out these meals? Head on over to Al Muntazah.

Business Hours

The Friday and Saturday breakfast is served from 7 AM to 11 AM. The restaurant closes at 10 PM.

Regular hours are 9 AM to 10 PM on Sunday to Thursday.

Contact Details

Facebook: @MamaRozieQatar

Instagram: mamarozieqa


Telephone numbers: 7045 6262/ 4416 7584