Qatar Duty Free (QDF), in partnership with HMSHost International, has opened Doha’s first Harvest Market restaurant at Hamad International Airport (HIA).
This provides travellers with an open-air food market dining experience inside the Middle East’s only five-star terminal, according to a press statement.
Open 24 hours and located in the main Departures Terminal within HIA, Harvest Market offers travellers a “globally inspired menu using only the freshest ingredients”, the statement notes.
The breakfast dishes include a traditional English breakfast, pastry treats from the bakery and other light options. There is a fresh selection of juices and smoothies available, while dinner can be enjoyed any time with American-inspired gourmet burgers, Asian curries and noodles, and Australian steaks served all day.
QDF senior vice-president Luis Gasset said HIA’s very own Harvest Market "will provide 30mn passengers annually with the option to enjoy fresh, gourmet, quality dining in an open kitchen-style establishment.”
Harvest Market is the latest restaurant to open in QDF’s portfolio of quality eateries inside the award-winning HIA. The global traveller can enjoy an extensive selection of cuisine from all corners of the globe, with more than 30 restaurants and grab-and-go style establishments strategically placed across the South and North Duty Free Plazas, as well as along Concourses A, B, C, D and E.
Later this year, QDF and HMSHost will open three more quality dining options throughout HIA: Burger Federation, a "cutting-edge restaurant with a stripped-back interior serving wholesome hamburgers that have been reinvented as contemporary gourmet cuisine"; Great Eastern Market, a "dynamic multi-cuisine counter service restaurant serving dishes from both the Arabic and Asian cuisine", and Spizzico, a "quick service bread and pizza bakery serving gourmet pizzas, freshly baked paninis, pastries and salads".
HMSHost International CEO Walter Seib added, “This partnership with one of the fastest growing airports in the Gulf marks a significant milestone in our strategy to increase our footprint in the rapidly expanding and dynamic Middle Eastern marketplace.”
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