From October 1, guests can enjoy the century-old recipes of Al Sultan Brahim - Lebanon’s famed award-winning seafood restaurant at The St. Regis Doha. Offering a large outdoor terrace for al fresco dining and shishas throughout the day, Doha’s first Al Sultan Brahim promises to delight guests with an authentic Middle Eastern experience.
Founded in 1968 by the three El-Ramy brothers, the first Al-Sultan Brahim is set in a magical location at Jnah on the Beirut coastline.The restaurant quickly became famous for its excellent food using only the freshest seafood and ingredients. The restaurant built a reputation for refined food and service soon leading to guests in Beirut to queue hours to savour the authentic dishes.
The legendary Al-Sultan Brahim preserves sacred recipes that have been passed from generation to generation. Every traditional dish including cold mezzes, hommos akkari and fish kebbeh is a masterpiece of culinary art. Families and friends will enjoy sharing a selection of mezzes before savouring fresh seafood picked from the market-style display and cooked to their liking. After their meal, guests can retire to the terrace and enjoy their favourite shisha flavour while mingling with friends. Al-Sultan Brahim is the only hotel restaurant in Doha that serves shisha throughout the day.
The service at Al-Sultan Brahim combines the warmth of Arabian hospitality with the unique bespoke service and sophisticated elegance of The St. Regis Doha. Designed by Gatserelia Design, the mood that emanates throughout the restaurant is relaxed and welcoming with beige and dark wood colours and light-filled spaces.
Located in the new luxury waterfront Al Gassar Resort development in West Bay, The St. Regis Doha is the finest address in Qatar. Al-Sultan Brahim is one of the hotel’s10 distinctive culinary experiences including two Gordon Ramsay restaurants, and the signature Astor Grill. The hotel is also home to the first Jazz at Lincoln Center outside of the United States, showcasing the best in live jazz entertainment, featuring international artists and a jazz-inspired menu.