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Posted On: 12 November 2020 04:42 pm
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What are Qatar's highest restaurants?

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What are Qatar's highest restaurants?

You can find a multitude of different cuisines in Qatar, and all types of restaurants, cafes, bistros, fast food joints, and so much more. Some of these places are right in front of you, while for some, you need to lift your eyes to the sky to see them.

That's what we're talking about today! The highest restaurants in Qatar, and we don't mean by price. We've made a list of the highest restaurants in Qatar in terms of the floor they reside on in the hotel or tower that houses them.

Read on to get to know the highest restaurants in Qatar, and why not go check them out, enjoy the cuisine they offer and the views of this beautiful city by day or by night!

Zengo Doha on the 61st Floor (Kempinski Residences and Suites West Bay)

What are Qatar's highest restaurants?
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ZeNgo Doha is chef Richard Sandoval's take on Asian cuisine. He blends different Asian ingredients, flavours and tastes to create unique Asian dishes and the result is phenomenal. It's located on the 61st floor of the Kempinski Residences and Suites West Bay, making it the highest restaurant in Qatar!

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Skybox61 on the 61st Floor (Kempinski Residences and Suites West Bay)

What are Qatar's highest restaurants?
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If you're a sports enthusiast, then you'll love the Skybox61, but even if you aren't, you'll still love this sports bar and restaurant on the Kempinski Residences & Suites in West Bay's 61st floor, next to Zengo, and ties with the Asian restaurant to take top place as the highest restaurant in Qatar. As you enjoy the views of Doha's skyline from Skybox61, you can take in a spectator sport and have a bite to eat.

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La Vista on the 55th-56th floor (Intercontinental Doha The City)

What are Qatar's highest restaurants?
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Located sky high on the 55th and the 56th floor of the Intercontinental Doha The City, La Vista 55 is well known around D-town for its energetic vibes and its colourful environment, an authentic tapas menu, its Cuban feel and the live Cuban band.

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Sky Lounge on the 51st floor (The Torch Doha)

What are Qatar's highest restaurants?
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Located on the 51st floor of The Torch Doha, the Sky Lounge is a chic upscale lounge. Here, you can find homemade pralines, mouthwatering chocolate delicacies, sushi, light bites, mocktails, and other beverages.

Note: The Sky Lounge is closed at the moment due to COVID-19

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Three Sixty (360) on the 47th floor (The Torch Doha)

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360 is an apt name for this revolving restaurant at The Torch Doha on its 47th floor. It's Qatar's very first revolving restaurant and offers a dynamic view of Doha. It serves Mediterranean cuisine with a view and an experience you'll cherish for years to come.

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Shanghai Club on the 43rd and 44th floor (JW Marriott Marquis City Center Doha)

What are Qatar's highest restaurants?
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Shanghai Club is JW Marriott's pride and joy on the 43rd and 44th floors, giving guests a breathtaking view of the Doha’s landscape while they enjoy some great Chinese cuisine.

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Indego 360 by Vineet on the 40th - 42nd floor (Abraj Tower)

What are Qatar's highest restaurants?
Image credit: Indego 360 by Vineet

Did you know Indego 360 by India's first Michelin-starred Vineet Bhatia is one of the highest Indian restaurants in the world? It is, and here in Qatar, too, it classifies as one of the highest restaurants in the country that serves evolved Indian cuisine with a unique combination of flavours you won't find anywhere else.

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Have you ticked off any of these restaurants in Doha yet? Which ones have you been to? Which one is next on your list? Do let us know in our comments section below. Like and share the article - it keeps us going!