New Renaissance Doha unveils four restaurants

Concepts behind four new outlets revealed, three more still to open

Quick Bites
Quick Bites
Cucina
Cucina
Crossroads Kitchen
Crossroads Kitchen
Champions Bar and Restaurant
Champions Bar and Restaurant

The Renaissance Doha City Centre Hotel, which opened last month, has unveiled four new restaurants.

The restaurants opened include Quick Bites, Cucina, Crossroads Kitchen and Champions Sports Bar and Restaurant. Once fully operational, the hotel will also offer seven restaurants, including two bars.

“The distinct character of each outlet will ensure that visitors find what they are looking for all in one place called the ‘West End’,” said Robert Catlin, director of beverage & food at the hotel

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“We expect a notable growth in the number of visitors as we gear up for opening more restaurants in the near future,” he added.

For details and images of the four n F&B outlets that have been unveiled, click through to the following pages…

Quick Bites
Located on the ground floor, Quick Bites is an all-day internet café designed to satisfy any guests’ appetite as it offers a wide selection of gourmet delights, as well as “grab-and-go” items.

The restaurant carries freshly-baked breads and home-made ice-cream and pastries as well as pizzas fresh from the oven, crisp salads, sandwiches and burgers along with sweet treats, cakes, Arabian pastry delicacies and a full barista coffee range for breakfast lunch and dinner.

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Cucina
Located on the second floor, Cucina offers a unique rustic Italian kitchen with a warm atmosphere and cosy interior design.

Divided into six sections including a smoking zone, family section and a private dining room, it can accommodate up to 200 guests.

Specialised in its signature dishes such as homemade pastas, pizzas, tiramisu and antipasti, the restaurant offers an extensive list of fine beverages.

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Crossroads Kitchen
An all-day dining buffet style restaurant, Crossroads kitchen serves African and Middle Eastern food as well as Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Malaysian dishes.

Located on the third floor, the restaurant has a capacity of 130 guests and is designed as an indigenous concept with a modern twist as it offers the experience of live cooking. Dining areas are designed away from the large Asian, Middle Eastern and African buffet and the centrally located Island buffets to ensure privacy for every guest.

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Champions Sports Bar & Restaurant
For sports lovers, Champions Sports Bar & Restaurant provides 40 flat-screen TVs playing live and recorded sports.

Located on the second floor near the hotel’s connection to Doha’s City Centre Mall, the sports bar and restaurant is open every evening of the week. It serves a variety of light and heavy meals along with exotic cocktails and ice-cold beverages.

With a seating capacity of 210 guests or 300 standing, Champions Sports Bar & Restaurant is an ideal place for celebrations and parties.

Exclusive corporate or private events can be held in the private party rooms with comfortable seating, flat screen TVs and sports video games.

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