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Once private chef to the Queen of Qatar, Pasquale Procida now brings his elegant take on Italian fare (think veal picatta with black truffles, rich seafood risottos) to the Di Capri restaurant. Mirrors and geometric ceiling fixtures lend a mod edge to the buttery leather banquettes, wood-paneled walls and marble floors of the buzzy dining room.
If you’re looking for a light meal to beat the Doha heat, try the tasty Mediterranean fare at Le Central. The menu includes a fresh seafood buffet, an extensive appetizer station and a range of healthy vegetarian options. Located on the 2nd floor of the hotel, the dining room’s double-height windows give you views of bustling Al Sadd Street.
One of Doha’s ultimate foodie destinations, Le Cigalon revolves around an open kitchen where a globe-trotting array of cuisine from Chinese to Lebanese, French to Japanese (including lobster plucked from its massive aquarium) is prepared fresh and served buffet style for breakfast, lunch and dinner in an elegantly casual dining room.
Sunlight floods the Orangery Café Trottoir, an airy, relaxed spot to grab crepes, tarts, pizzas and Lebanese Saj sandwiches. Fragrant orange trees, orchids and palms bring the outdoors into the cheery space, or you can watch the world go by from a table on the outdoor terrace. Locals often stop in for the ice creams and chocolates.
Lush greenery surrounds the small waterfall built onto the terrace of this verdant outdoor café. The menu includes a wide range of mezze, Lebanese small plates that are meant for sharing. Guests can also try shisha, flavored tobaccos smoked through a waterpipe.
The intimate YEN Sushi Bar features some of Doha’s best Japanese fare, including creative sushi and sashimi served on a belt that rotates past the 18-seat bar (the restaurant's only seating area.) Soft lighting lends a loungey vibe to the rice paper walls and Philippe Starck furniture.
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