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A trip to Qatar wouldn’t be complete without taking a glance at the luxury that this city has to offer. After a tiring day roaming around the city, we all like to take a deep breath, freshen up and eat at a nice restaurant. Yasmine Palace is the perfect place to unwind. The hotel looks straight out of the set of Aladdin with gorgeous furnishings in Blue and Teal with hints of Gold. They have a variety of table settings, inside the hotel, facing the ocean and on the balcony, facing the road.
Yasmine Palace was recently nominated the best Lebanese restaurant in Doha by Time Out Doha.
According to them “This Levantine restaurant has some of the best Lebanese and Syrian dishes we’ve tried in Doha. The restaurant is massive and you can tell a lot has been invested in the décor. Every dish on the menu here is excellent.”
This brand new spot has really raised a few eyebrows – in a good way. It is surprisingly always packed, even on weekdays, and the food served here is just excellent. Good food at an Arabic restaurant is not a shocker, but the décor here is. The restaurant is massive and every inch is incredibly and beautifully detailed. We can go as far as saying there is nothing more palatial in Doha than Yasmine Palace. At least not on The Pearl.
Why it will be a great addition to your feed: The restaurant, which looks like a hotel from the outside, is housed in its own block with a grand entrance, palm trees, and outdoor terraces. It serves Arabic, Qatari and Syrian cuisines. And while the food scene is worth-noting, Yasmine Palace’s grand and opulent interior is another story. While inside, you can freely roam around and just take portraiture of yourself. But of course, it’ll be a lot more convenient if you bring an official photographer along with you! With its warm and pleasant ambiance, you will find joy in every corner. Its magical beauty is engraved on the surface of the walls.
When’s the best time to visit?:During one of the five weekday evenings we would say, when the crowd is so-so and the ambiance is acceptably lively.
Any photography restrictions?: Feel free. But back off a bit once the place gets packed with ladies wearing abaya. You don’t want to invade their privacy.
Don’t miss:The pleasing smell of the jasmine flower (where the hotel’s name was derived from) will transport you to historical places and through ages.
You cannot miss Yasmine Palace as you walk down the Porto Arabia promenade. The restaurant is housed in its own block with a grand entrance, palm trees, and outdoor terraces.
When it is officially open it will have 3 separate restaurants serving Arabic, Qatari and Syrian cuisines – each dining area will showcase the best of the region’s cuisine, and will have its own decorative style. It is also expected that they will introduce shisha soon.
If you have visitors coming to Qatar and want to introduce them to regional cuisines in a perfect setting then this is the spot! The dining room has sophisticated elements mixed with an outdoor courtyard feel, and there is plenty of varied seating for any group size. The best spot in the restaurant has to be the smaller booths in front of the indoor fountain in front of the stage – yes they will have live muscians too!
Our experience with @yasminepalace restaurant was a wonderful journey from its atmosphere where you can admire the luxurious decor, its five star service and its signature food to the sweet ending of a cup of coffee and a delicious dessert and the an ice-cold shisha on their outdoor terrace, not to forget children’s play area which is equipped with interactive games. Prices are suitable compared to the experience you will live, and to give you an idea about the prices in general check the below:
Cold and hot appetizers and salads: starts from 35 riyals to 50 riyals. We recommend that you try the jasmine palace tabbouleh with the pomegranate, lamb kebbe, and cheese sambosa.
Main dishes: from 75 QAR to 175 QAR. We recommend you try the lamb qouzi and jasmine palace kofta stuffed with cheese and mushrooms.