Qatar Duty Free has introduced an extensive food and beverage dining area to Hamad International Airport (HIA).
The 15,000sqm space features over 30 cafes and restaurants offering global and regional cuisine, with some outlets operating a 24-hour service.
Keith Hunter, senior vice president of Qatar Duty Free, said: “We wanted to create a renaissance in airport dining, and to develop a complete culinary experience based around our passengers’ needs. We have therefore built an environment that promotes high-quality, healthy and authentic cuisine, matched with efficient and exceptional service.”
The new dining proposition combines a mix of brands developed and owned by Qatar Duty Free, as well as joint-venture and concession-based outlets.
Highlights include Jamocha Café, where passengers can enjoy a cup of organic South America espresso, a creamy gelato, or a freshly baked croissant, with regular adaptations to the snack offering to accommodate the diverse range of passengers coming through HIA.
Marché restaurant is another recommended outlet, accommodating up to 560 guests at a time it serves a broad range of international cuisine.
Caviar House and Prunier
The cream of the crop is arguably Caviar House and Prunier – the only restaurant in the world that produces its own caviar and salmon. Everything is freshly prepared infront of the passengers, thereby accentuating the overall dining experience.
And finally, for those with a sweet tooth, there is Farggi, the Barcelona-based producer of premium ice cream and cakes that has served treats to consumers since 1957. Expect to find Farggi’s premium ice creams, latte coffe and crepe and waffle creations here.
For more information, visit dohahamadairport.com