La Brasserie

The interior suggests a Mediterranean menu, but it’s actually more varied Reviews

La Brasserie’s interior suggests it should be a Mediterranean eatery, yet the menu is more varied: the delicacies section suggests French involvement, but assorted mezze, shrimp cocktail, lasagne, omelette, curry, fish and steak are just some of the other available dishes. La Brasserie threatens to show character with the terra cotta tiles and tablecloths, maroon drapes and pictures of old chocolate and cigar adverts, but judging by the haphazard menu, although there’s nothing wrong with the taste, they should do what Frankie suggests and ‘relax’.


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  • Location: Mercure Grand Hotel, Mushaireb, Doha
  • Tel: 4446 2222
  • Travel: Masafi Street
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User reviews:

Posted by: Hari on 16 Nov ' 11 at 19:44

Had been here for buffet dinner & beer along with a few colleagues when on a business trip from Dubai to Doha.
The entrance of this hotel wasn't appealing but when we go up to the lobby on the 2nd floor u completely would change ur 1st impressions. The FOOD was Good& Tasty though not a huge variety but all that we had was really good especially the desserts. Had been to Ramada the previous night, the food was nothing great and moreover not worth the money. Way too expensive (eg lamb curry alone was 95 QR vs 60 AED in Ramada Dubai) and a very limited menu to choose from. Will re-visit again when in Doha.

Posted by: Hari on 16 Nov ' 11 at 19:42

Had been here for buffet dinner & beer along with a few colleagues when on a business trip from Dubai to Doha.
The entrance of this hotel wasn't appealing but when we go up to the lobby on the 2nd floor u completely would change ur 1st impressions. The FOOD was Good& Tasty though not a huge variety but all that we had was really good especially the desserts. Had been to Ramada the previous night, the food was nothing great and moreover not worth the money. Way too expensive (eg lamb curry alone was 95 QR vs 60 AED in Ramada Dubai) and a very limited menu to choose from. Will re-visit again when in Doha.

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