Michelin Guide Doha to launch in 2025

Michelin Guide Doha to launch in 2025

Michelin Qatar

The MICHELIN Guide  has announced its arrival in Doha, Qatar. It will reveal the restaurant selection for Doha’s 2025 edition in the last quarter of 2024.

The prestigious guide revealed that its independent, anonymous inspectors have been exploring Doha in preparation for selecting the city’s most outstanding dining venues. Moreover, the selection will showcase the best of Doha’s dining scene and spotlight its talented chefs and teams. It will embrace their passion, creativity, and respect for local culinary traditions.

Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the MICHELIN Guides, said: “These past few years, our MICHELIN inspectors have been keeping a watchful eye on Doha’s culinary evolution. Moreover, we continue to relish the wonderful diversity that this fast-paced city has to offer. From the continually changing skyline of gravity-defying hotels to the rich array of restaurants representing cuisines from all continents, they have comprehensively reviewed the nation’s top eateries.”

Indeed, MICHELIN Guide inspectors have been fascinated by the capital’s diverse dining scene.

The arrival of the MICHELIN Guide in Doha is supported by Qatar Tourism. In a statement, the Qatar Tourism chairman, H.E. Saad Bin Ali Al Kharji, said: “The arrival of the MICHELIN Guide in Doha underscores Qatar’s standing as a rapidly emerging global culinary destination.”

Also, he added: “This inclusion is also a tribute to the strong cadre of culinary talent that Doha has attracted, who see in our capital and its ambitions a commitment to luxury and quality, which enables their professional creativity and advancement.”

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