Four Seasons Doha launches 'Dining in the Sky'

Aerial dining takes off with Four Seasons Doha

Four Seasons Doha is offering the "Dining in the Sky" exoerience until April 8, 2017.
Four Seasons Doha is offering the "Dining in the Sky" exoerience until April 8, 2017.

 As part of the 8th Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF), Four Seasons Doha is hosting a "Dinner in the Sky" experience available until April 8. Food connoisseurs and thrill seekers alike literally dine in the air with an “elevated” three-course fine dining experience 50 metres (164 feet) above the festival’s location at Hotel Park.

The "Dinner in the Sky" experience offers a 360-degree panoramic view overlooking the city’s skyline and the Arabian Gulf, accompanied by a gourmet meal prepared by Four Seasons chefs. The dining platform can seat up to 22 guests at a time, for a 40-minute aerial dining experience.

The three-course menu from Four Seasons Doha includes sweet lime chili marinated sea scallop, smoked salmon tartar with dill cream, beetroot moutabel and seasonal greens; grilled angus beef tenderloin with corn emulsion, baby vegetables and thyme jus; grilled baby chicken with spring vegetables and sage jus; vegetable lasagne with roma tomatoes and Grana Padano; and white chocolate passion fruit mousse with fresh berry, chocolate crumble, mango and raspberry coulis. The menu is priced at QAR 500 (US$ 137).

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For those who prefer to keep their feet on the ground, Four Seasons Hotel Doha also has a QIFF stand, showcasing signature dishes from the hotel restaurants, including Nobu, Elements and Il Teatro. The menu highlights include black cod yuzu miso, yellow tail jalapeno, beef dumplings, and branzino con zuppa di patate. The prices are between QAR 25 ($7) and 35 ($10), and is offered daily starting at 2 pm. Four Seasons is also offering a QIFF "Taste of Qatar" menu at Elements, Il Teatro and the Pool Grill, through April 8, 2017.


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