Discover Restaurants offering the best Thai food in Doha, Qatar. The shining jewel of Qatar, Doha is a multicultural city, home to most of the country's population as well as expatriate communities from a range of origins. Shopping abounds in the city's plentiful malls, while the Corniche impresses visitors with picturesque architecture and dazzling views of the harbor. Doha boasts myriad cultural facilities, including the futuristic Education City and the National Museum. Having hosted the 2006 Asian Games, the city is home to many sports complexes as well.
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5 based on 361 reviews
Teatro offers comprehensive a la carte menu creatively blending dishes from Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Italian cuisines. While indulging into gastronomic Teatro play, the guests can watch the live cooking of their food at the restaurant's show ki
Came with my partner, the place was quiet. Ambiance was good, also the staff is attentive. We had the business lunch, the tom yum soup was okay but i enjoy the money bag(hope im right, i totally forgot the name). The lunch includes water and soft beverage which is good. If you like quiet place where you can relax ,talk without screaming to each other, this is the right place and enjoy the food at the same time.Dear TakeMeAnywhere2018Thank you for the great review of lunch at Teatro. We are delighted to read that you enjoyed it and look forward to seeing you again in the future.Kind regards Martin
4 based on 442 reviews
It came recommend. And the Friday night 195QAR deal for cocktails and appetizers was perfect for two groups of friends (who finally found babysitters on the same evening having chosen a corresponding night without commitments) to catch up on news, events and share some guaranteed laughs. However, when the first interaction with the waiter consisted of him simply reading out âgin; rum; vodka or tequilaâ from a âcocktail menuâ (piece of paper in his hand...because the printer broke) we knew it would not be a wholly relaxing evening but one where we would have to do a certain amount of âheavy liftingâIt took two attempt to actually get a description of the cocktails on offer. Once the order emerged...we were left very disappointed. Iâd seen an impressive array of glassware in the bar on the way in...but I suppose when one is ordering from a âspecialsâ menu...the word âspecialâ becomes oxymoronic.The drinks were, quite frankly, dreadful. Overemphasis on the âblue aestheticâ imbibed by the curaÃ§ao made two of the drinks an unbalanced ethanol mess. These four drinks did not represent the best of the bar but rather the best in gross profit. But hereâs my key point; it should be irrelevant how much the guest is paying, a good bartender always makes a good drink. If itâs not possible to give your guest the best experience with the simplest of recipes...how can they be trusted to produce with flavors and ingredients more complex?We quickly switched to the 2 for 1 with happy hour drink prices and we stuck to the beer and wine section. Except they didnât have the Sauvignon Blanc. Thatâs okay. Restaurants run out of wine. But you must tell the guest first! Then they can reselect without the waiter hovering over...like the failure to choose an alternative glass of wine was a failure of the guest to âthink on their feetâThe food was good but not enough to push up this score. Service is about reading the guest. We shouldnât have to first negotiate with a waiter who then negotiated with a manager who we then have to call over separately to ensure there was a fair resolution of our concerns.So hereâs my feedback: If a printer breaks, remember the drinks. Donât see things that go wrong as something to hide, but as a way to engage guests.Make ALL drinks with passion and care. Get your decisions about how to resolve a guestâs issues made quickly and transparently. A manager should be over first and foremost to assist a guests complaint. Treat people as guests in your home, not contributors to spreadsheet.Hello DAWolfe_11,Thank you so much for taking the time to write this review along with the precise details that you have mentioned. I am truly sorry you haven't enjoyed your experience and we didn't meet your expectations although it seems that you were really looking forward to it and to enjoy some quality time. I have shared your remarkable attention to details with our F&B director and we will make sure to take swift actions.May I please ask you to email me: [email protected] I would like to get your contact details and get in touch with you.Apologies once again.Be Well,Ammar SamadGeneral Manager
4 based on 369 reviews
The food was delicious and they catered for us vegans. Rice is complimentary which seems standard in most restaurants. The portion sizes were on the small side but the decor and atmosphere is amazing. Would recommend this place for authentic Thai food.Dear Guest,Thank you for taking the time to review us and for such kind words. We are pleased to know that you enjoyed the ambiance during your visit.Thank you for recommending us and the special mention about our food, we will be sure to pass this on to the chefs as it is a great motivator for them!We sincerely look forward to serving you again soon.Kindest regards,Isaan Team
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