St Regis Doha, which defines itself as 'Doha’s finest dining address,' concludes its first ‘Culinary Journey’ today (Oct 27). The event is part of the Marriott Doha Food Fest.
On offer are signature dishes from Bibo, Scalini, Hakkasan, La Bodega Negra, Riyasat, Si, Astor Grill and Al Sultan Brahim restaurants.
Located on the outdoor terrace overlooking the Arabian Gulf, St. Regis Culinary Journey features a variety of mouth-watering dishes brought to the visitors from Lebanon, Spain, Mexico, Italy, China, New York, India and the shores of the Mediterranean.
Commenting on the event, General Manager of St. Regis Doha Wissam Suleiman said: “We are delighted to provide our customers and food lovers with this St. Regis Culinary Journey as a one-of-a-kind event, organised to give a taste of luxury and fine dining. We have gathered our most renowned international restaurants, in one location, offering our guests an unforgettable dining experience second to none and celebrating the best of food in the city”.
Designed for families and individuals alike, Doha Food Fest 2020 promises a memorable, exciting and educating festival, celebrating the best of food in the city. The full line-up of experiences can be found on Dohafoodfest.qa.
In line with directives from local authorities and ongoing efforts to safeguard public health, Marriott International properties across Qatar have enhanced their cleaning and safety measures to ensure that all hotels and restaurants remain a comfortable and safe environment for guests, a statement added.
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