Simplicity, imagination, and unrivaled quality merge to exceptional results at Gordon Ramsay, the restaurant. Located on the first floor of the hotel, the elegant space features a pristine recipe of plush carpeting, evocative Middle Eastern details, and refined music.
The epicurean offerings from our chef, Ellias Gemayel, are similarly avant-garde. Selecting from the season’s freshest ingredients, he combines flavors, textures, and ingredients reminiscent of the restaurant’s namesake into his world-famous dishes—a number of which are prepared at a live central station. The Head Sommelier enhances this remarkable dining experience by selecting the ideal accompanying varietal from the venue's wine cellar, the largest in Qatar.
Additionally, guests are invited to begin their meal with a drink at The Raw Bar, which links Gordon Ramsay and its sister restaurant Opal, and provides a comprehensive perspective on the chef's pioneering vision.
Internationally awarded Chef Elias Gemayel brings his creative flair and inventiveness to raw cuisine, turning the finest ingredients into culinary masterpieces.
With its sophisticated atmosphere, The Raw Bar boasts a range of caviars, oysters, carpaccio, ceviche, sushi and sashimi, and other exceptional delights. These dishes are complemented by the finest wines, Champagnes, and signature cocktails—including Mango and Jalapeno Mojito, Pisco Sour, and Oyster Shots—made from premium international spirits.
Updating New York City’s heritage steakhouses with modern décor and an engaging ambiance elevated by buzzing chefs and an interactive dining experience, Astor Grill guarantees an indelible meal.
Transcending the notion of a simple steakhouse, the Astor Grill menu includes the freshest seafood and fish available alongside top-quality beef, which is prepared on a charcoal grill. The ever changing menu also comprises appetizers and salads, including culinary classics such as Waldorf Salad, Oyster Rockefeller, and New York Cheesecake, which are prepared with seasonal ingredients.
An extensive wine list—featuring an exceptional selection of internationally recognized labels, many of which are unavailable elsewhere in Doha, and over 20 wines by the glass—further elevates the refined atmosphere.
Without question the finest Lebanese restaurant in the city, Al-Sultan Brahim’s predecessor was founded in 1968 at Jnah on the Beirut coast, by the three El-Ramy brothers: Elias, Brahim, and Chaker, who were dedicated to a vision of impeccable, hospitable Arabian service, quality, taste, and fresh fish selected by diners and prepared to their specification by the chef.
At The St. Regis Doha, a Jnah-trained master chef reprises this tradition in a fish market-style restaurant of the same name, which serves not only custom seafood but also other connoisseur favorites, including Hot and Cold Mezze, Fatoush, Taboule, and Octopus à la Provencal. Rounding out the authentic experience, a specialty wine menu features premier Arak and Lebanese wines and the restaurant’s scenic terrace, overlooking the pool, offers guests the post-lunch or dinner option of experiencing a customary Shisha water pipe while contemporary Arabic music resounds.
Hakkasan comprises a main dining room, a bar, Ling Ling Lounge, a terrace, and two private dining rooms. These elegant venues are separated by carved wooden screens and latticing that echo the rich interiors of the London flagship restaurant.
Chef Lai Min Wei oversees the menu, in which signature Hakkasan dishes accompany recipes created specifically for this location, such as Shanghai fried lamb tenderloin and stir-fried duck with wing bean. Brunch and dessert menus are available, as are Hakkasan’s award-winning wine list, signature cocktails, and world-class cigars.
Beachside and family friendly, the Oyster Bay & Bar presents stunning horizons of the Arabian Gulf alongside a laidback, luxurious menu of Caribbean-inspired epicurean offerings and cool beverages.
Set to a soundtrack of Calypso-influenced music, the restaurant presents a modern interpretation of traditional Latin American cooking, mixing Caribbean spices and staples into innovative favorites, like Jamaican jerk, and grilled seafood and meat accompanied by tropical fruit salsa. The drink menu, meanwhile, blends exotic fruit juices, rum, and other sugar cane spirits into thirst-quenching cocktails, including the signature Spice Route Mary. Additionally, adapting a St. Regis tradition to the pristine locale, the restaurant offers an elegant Iced Rum Afternoon Tea ceremony.
During the evening, regular Reggae nights are organized, bringing live music from the Caribbean. Please note that Reggae nights are suspended during summer months due to the extreme heat.
Renowned as among Doha’s foremost social hubs, Sarab Lounge is situated on the first floor of The St. Regis Doha. Combining a touch of discreet decadence with a truly elegant Middle Eastern-influenced environment, the lounge presents plush sofas alongside inviting armchairs illuminated by glittering chandeliers. Through the venue’s expansive windows and from its al fresco terrace, views of the Arabian Gulf and hotel pool produce an optical effect that reflects the lounge’s name, which means "mirage" in Arabic. For an extra touch of privacy, guests are invited to retreat to one of the venue’s restricted sections, which are divided from the main area by Mosharabia screens.
Romanced by a subtle soundtrack—or on select days, live entertainment—guests enjoy a seductive lunch and afternoon tea menu inspired by local and international tastes, including small tapas for sharing. Sweet bites are also prominent, with macaroons and chocolates providing the perfect accompaniment to specialty coffees. Afternoon Tea, meanwhile, offers a vast selection of teas, infusions, coffees, cocktails, and champagnes that recalls the vision that Lady Astor inaugurated at Club 400 (now The St. Regis New York), when she would invite her grand friends to tea. And as the sun begins to set, another splendid Astor family ritual is carried out: the champagne sabering ritual, which signals the start of the evening.
Serving guests in the morning and afternoon, Vine Restaurant offers an innovative, fresh menu that sets itself apart by serving international and regional cuisine with a Californian twist.
Designed by Wilson and Associates, the decor echoes this casual, yet sophisticated manner and East-meets-West approach with a warm palette of natural hues, including polished dark wood tables, golden walls, and sleek white marble floors. The expansive, contemporary dining room features abundant natural light streaming in through oversized, arched windows, which offer inspired vistas of the city’s skyline.
Settling into their leather chairs, guests are greeted by soothing music and our professional staff, who are well-versed in the wining and dining traditions of Napa Valley, the cultural local and regional traditions, and the restaurant’s extensive offerings.
An international breakfast starts the day, while our Friday brunch draws friends and families to dine and connect as they enjoy live music. Californian- and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine takes over for lunch, with an international theme running throughout live-cooking stations and an extensive buffet selection.
The latest addition to a vast, international spread of dining venues by Gordon Ramsay, Opal unites casual, exacting service with a relaxed, bistro-style environment defined by parquet-and-stone floors and views of the shimmering Arabian Gulf.
At the heart of the space, a live gourmet pizza and raw station presents the straightforward, yet contemporary cuisine inspired by street food that characterizes the restaurant’s compelling, spontaneous menu, making it a top choice for families. A lively wine list—featuring the largest selection of New World wines in Doha, recommended by expert sommeliers and served by the bottle or glass—complements the flavorful, sharable dishes, while fusion and molecular cocktails offer inventive alternatives. Additionally, guests are invited to begin their meal with a drink at The Conservatory, which links Opal and its sister restaurant: Gordon Ramsay, and provides a comprehensive perspective on the chef's pioneering vision.
The restaurant is also pleased to offer a children’s menu.
Seductive Doha views and unique, spontaneous evenings await on the chic open terrace of the Rooftop, an ideal place for after-work and pre-dinner gatherings. Exclusive premium drinks are accompanied by lounge music played by a resident DJ.
World-renowned artists stage lively performances in front of The Club’s arched windows that overlook the Arabian Gulf. International cuisine, small bites, classic New York cocktails, and a large wine list are offered in its cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Uniquely captivating, the first-floor Vintage Lounge possesses all of the exclusive intimacy of the finest clubs. Defined by intimate groups of rich, plush velvet armchairs and sofas in regal red and gold hues, it also features polished dark wood and red leather accents. Contemporary chandeliers and local nuances underscore the hotel’s celebrated location and add an additional layer of opulence to the compelling scene, as does a subtle jazz soundtrack and the discerning menu of specialty beverages, epicurean food pairings, and premier cigars.
Among the enticing offerings is a full drink list comprising delicate Champagnes, mellow Cognacs, rare Whiskies, barreled Sherries, aged Port, and the city’s largest selection of Bloody Mary cocktails: St. Regis signatures that include the Spice Route Mary. Created exclusively for The St. Regis Doha, it blends spices and other special ingredients imported to the region via the ancient spice route. Additionally, as great drinks often call for a superb smoke, the lounge offers the finest cigars in Doha.