Bright interiors, but the appeal of the food tends to vary Discuss this article
Italian Night with classic Italian dishes by their new Italian Executive Chef for QR198 Timings: 6.30pm-11.30pm (Saturday)
Lunch Buffet with selections from the Mediterranean for QR168. Come with a group of five and pay for only three people Timings: Noon-3pm (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
The bright interiors and large windows give Corniche a charming edge over other venues at the Marriott; this probably explains why it is easily the most popular place to sit in during the hotel’s enormous Friday brunch. Corniche serves international cuisine, ranging from Lebanese (try the well-prepared cold mezze), Italian (if you’re keen on spaghetti, you might be disappointed with the runny bolognaise sauce) and French (no-one does mousse au chocolat like the French, even if it’s served in Doha). Ultimately, there are better restaurants in the city, but if you happen to be at this end of town, Corniche is a good place to stop by for lunch.
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