Top Five Places to Eat in Doha

  • Cucina

    Doha is one of the most diverse gastronomic cities in the region. Based on Zomato reviews and ratings, one can see that foodies of Doha love variety. Some even follow Zomato’s motto, “life is short, eat dessert first.”

    Here’s Doha’s top five places to eat at right now!

    Market by Jean Georges

    market

    Where: W Doha Hotel

    Rating: 4.9/5 based on 149 votes and 88 reviews

    Lowdown: The highest rated restaurant in Doha serves up the most popular dishes in Doha, from sushi to it’s famous Market Cheeseburger. This place is so popular, reservations are highly recommended as you might never find a seat, especially during lunch hour.

    Hakkasan

    Hakkasan

    Where: The St. Regis Hotel

    Rating: 4.7/5 based on 107 votes and 58 reviews

    Lowdown: The highest rated Asian restaurant in Doha is this Cantonese restaurant located in the beautiful property of The St. Regis. Foodies are yet to be bored as there’s a theme going on every night of the week. Want to try out a theme? Make your reservation, quick!

    Cucina

    Cucina

    Where: Marriott Marquis

    Rating: 4.6/5 based on 114 votes and 79 reviews

    Lowdown: One of the most popular Italian restaurants in the heart of West Bay. Chef Marco has turned this little hotel restaurant 180 degrees with his signature take on Italy’s popular dishes.

    Al Aker Sweets

    al aker

    Where: West Corner Centre on Salwa Road (plus six other locations)

    Rating: 4.6/5 based on 63 votes and 37 reviews

    Lowdown: One of the best desserts loved by Doha inhabitants is kunafa. The place to get your kunafa fix is at Al Aker Sweets. Now open in multiple locations in Doha, this main branch sees a line outside the door on almost any given time. You can order by piece and enjoy it with some coffee or tea or order by weight and take a platter on the go.

    Mainland China

    Mainland china

    Where: West Corner Centre on Salwa Road (plus six other locations)

    Rating: 4.5/5 based on 63 votes and 37 reviews


    Lowdown: One of the newest restaurants to be welcomed with open arms in Doha this year. Foodies have raved about the service, the pricing and of course, the food! This Indian Cantonese chain is outdoing itself but can it keep up? Only time will tell.


    By Hala Abdoun