Eating and drinking in Qatar
If you’re staying at one of the large resorts or hotels you’ll find that their restaurants are generally very good. But venturing away from your accommodation is a great idea too – you’ll find a huge variety of restaurants serving everything from Thai curries, pizza, sushi, Indian cuisine and Western classics.
There are all the Middle Eastern classic dishes too, if you’re looking for a more authentic local meal. Falafels and shawarma kebabs are readily available just about everywherramade that food is sold.
During the month of Ramadan (23 April - 23 May 2020 and 12 April - 11 May 2021 - subject to change), locals will fast during the day. As such, there may be some restrictions on drinking outlets and some restaurants may be closed. However, you’ll still have a variety of dining options within your resort – speak to your travel consultant for more information.