Qatar Museums Restaurants take Ramadan Celebrations to Artful Settings
Celebrate Iftar and Suhoor during the Holy Month of Ramadan with Qatar Museums (QM) restaurants operated by IN-Q Enterprises (IN-Q) in partnership and collaboration with Groupe Ducasse Paris by world renowned Michelin-starred Chef Alain Ducasse. IN-Q is the commercial arm and wholly owned subsidiary of QM.
IDAM by Alain Ducasse, in the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA), offers a special Ramadan Suhoor carefully crafted by Groupe Ducasse Paris chefs. The menu reflects the spirit of the holy month. From delectable desserts to savoury main courses, the dishes are a celebration of the richness and diversity of Qatar. Suhoor menu is available from 8:00 p.m. with last order accepted at 11:45 p.m.
Meanwhile at Jiwan, located at the 4th floor of the National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ), the Ramadan 5-course menu features the finest contemporary Qatari cuisine designed to tantalise senses and create an unforgettable experience from 5:30 p.m. for Iftar until Suhoor. Last order can be made until 1:45 a.m.
Experience an al fresco or outdoor Italian Ramadan Long Table Iftar at Café #999 located at the Fire Station. Reminiscent of traditional Italian long table dining, this is a novel experience for Iftar or ghabga, with last order accepted at 10:30 p.m.
“On this coming Holy Month of Ramadan, each of our restaurants located in the heart of the iconic museums and galleries – MIA, NMoQ and the Fire Station – offer a unique experience that will make Iftar shared with family and friends, a meaningful one. Surrounded by art and presented with well-crafted menu for enjoyment as one breaks the fast, our outlets aim to create moments that will make this Ramadan more special,” Mr. Yves Godard, IN-Q’s Director of F&B Operations shared.
Book your Ramadan experience at IDAM by Alain Ducasse, Jiwan and Café #999 and avail of the Early Bundle discounts for groups.
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