Want to dine with relaxing views of the sea? Being surrounded by the Arabian Gulf, there's no shortage of waterfront restaurants in Qatar. Here are some of the restaurants in Doha, Qatar where you can enjoy a delicious meal and feel like you're on a getaway.
NOTE: This list is in alphabetical order. Please abide by the COVID-19 guidelines for dine-in.
If you're looking for somewhere to dine right along the Corniche, you can't go wrong with Al Mourjan. Perched right beside the water and meters away from Orry the Oryx, the Lebanese restaurant's outdoor seating is tough to beat. Aside from the panoramic sea view, you can enjoy the view of the Doha skyline. The hummus and lamb chops are definitely worth the try.
This "Instagrammable" restaurant's Bohemian-inspired interiors is surely eye candy but wait until you step out on the terrace. Overlooking the Arabian Gulf, it's a popular spot for sunset watching. The menu offers items from the Americas, Asia, Southern Europe and the Middle East.
Now that winter's here, IDAM's terrace is once again open so you can dine with breathtaking views. Perched on the top floor of the Museum of Islamic Art, the restaurant serves modern Mediterranean cuisine with an Arabic twist. Alain Ducasse is a French chef who currently holds the most Michelin stars in the world.
Have you tried Peruvian cuisine? If not yet, let La Mar take you on a food journey. Feast on fresh seafood and grilled meats in this elegant beachfront restaurant with views of the sea and the Doha skyline. Top picks are Cebiche, Tiraditos, Lomo Saltado, and Scallops in Parmesan Cheese Foam.
Who would've thought that there's a restaurant at the back of Sheraton's fitness center? La Veranda's outdoor terrace is the perfect spot to indulge in authentic Italian flavors. Go on a Friday and embark on an Italian food journey through their Garden Brunch while enjoying the sea breeze.
Perched on stilts, the overwater restaurant is famous for being a breakfast spot because of its beautiful views. Guests get to ride on a golf cart to get to the restaurant, giving off vibes that you're out of Doha. Their breakfast offering has something for everyone - savory, sweet, and healthy options.
If you're a fan of Japanese food, then you're surely missing out if you haven't been to Nobu. Spanning three floors, the world's largest Nobu restaurant sits right on the sea. The restaurant's design is a marvel, with a rooftop that can give you the best panoramic views while enjoying the sea breeze and Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa's famed Japanese fusion dishes.
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