I was quite surprised to be told by a Qatari friend that there was a 'nice French Restaurant' in the museum in Doha. Even more surprised after being escorted to a lift and whisked to the top floor of the architecturally stunning museum that it was an Alain Ducasse restaurant. Living in New York the Chef is known to me for the high quality of his food and presentation.
It was a bit off putting to find out that the restaurant was 'dry'. However several hours later that was not a factor that had played any role in our enjoyment of our superb meal. In fact the cleverly mixed drinks made you forget.
There is very little to say. This is just a superb restaurant. The style and presentation left nothing to be desired. The staff were at great length to explain the dishes. I suggest you eat nothing before as it is definitely filling. It is a very adventurous menu. I particularly like the Foie Gras as a little pie was outstanding.
It is not a casual dining venue, although it is going to open for lunch at one stage. It is a piece of dining theatre superbly executed by a master Chef and his very able assistants. If there was one place to eat on your trip to the region this would be it.
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