Five Day Dining Options in Doha During Ramadan

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Ramadan Kareem!

While I do love seeing the city come alive during the long Ramadan nights, it’s nice to have some quality options to eat out during the day.



My friends at Doha News have compiled an exhaustive listing of opening hours for restaurants, malls and other facilities across the city and Qatar Eating have done the same. But I thought I would give you just a handful of good, solid places for breakfast and lunch over the coming weeks.

1. Breakfast Santa Monica Breakfast Club. 

Reports about this venue (at the Grand Hyatt Doha have been mixed, but my visit early in proceedings turned up some well executed burgers including a pulled chicken bao bun, even if the service was a little green. As the name suggested, it’s “breakfast heavy” but you will easily find something you will like. With fun and funky interiors, this is not your usual “all day dining” hotel offering, it’s open until 11pm daily.

2. La Spiga at W Doha


Crowd pleaser Market the W is also open (all day including breakfast), but it is La Spiga that has me excited. Starters and appetizers run the gamut from traditional slithers of beef carpaccio through to my spiritual twin – burrata. Another winner is their famed  truffle pizza and their paparadelle Paper Moon. La Spiga is open from 12pm to 4pm then opens again at 5pm for dinner (the lovely terrace from 6pm). I can see this spot getting regular rotation in my house.

3. Mykonos

With a pretty outlook and a menu of solid Greek favorites, Mykonos at the Intercontinental Doha will open daily from 1230pm. While you will have to forgo the retsina for a few weeks, I can’t imagine a more lovely location for a lazy summer afternoon of good food. Check out the moussaka as well as the cheese Saganaki – grilled tangy Greek cheese served with a spicy tomato jam.

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