Let's say I have a food delivery business that offers pizzas, hot dogs, ice cream, burritos, etc. My website has a page titled "What food do we offer" and that page has a list of food types each linking to a separate page, like this:
/pizza /hotdog /icecream /burrito
All these pages are basically the same, except that the type of food is different. So it would say something like
"Order your pizza quickly and easily online here!"
"Order your hotdog quickly and easily online here!"
"Order your ice cream quickly and easily online here!"
"Order your burrito quickly and easily online here!"
... and a few other phrases like this.
Obviously this is designed to lure anyone who is looking for, say, pizza to our website where it is specifically mentioned that they can order pizza.
Is this bad for SEO, i.e. would Google see this as a set of doorway pages?