A taste of Asia

Elements has a finger-licking, fantastic new menu

A taste of Asia
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We’ve been thriving off Elements’ Peking duck for a long, long time. Now, a bold new menu with some seriously authentic flavours is making a grand entry. The new menu takes you on an epicurean journey through Asia with flavours from countries such as Japan, China, Thai and India, all presented by chefs from each respective country. The chefs will create each dish with meticulous attention to detail and authenticity while showing their culinary skills and passion at the same time.

What’s more, Elements is introducing a charcoal grill station. Think smoky, chargrilled, juicy meats, all prepared live in front of you (sit tight for some gruelling chef action, too). This new station will be an integral component of the new menu and will highlight each region’s traditional grilling techniques and practises. What you’ll get is distinct dishes from different parts of the world, loaded with flavour. Some of these new items include tandoori prawns with tomato chutney, wagyu beef striploin with ponzu oroshi, yuzu pepper and garlic peanut butter sauce, Thai grilled beef salad and, of course, the ever-popular Peking duck.

We’ll take one of each, please (“One Night in Bangkok” plays in the background).
Open daily 6.30am-10.30am, noon-12.30am. Elements, Four Seasons Hotel Doha, West Bay (4494 8600).

WHAT IS IT...
A pan-Asian restaurant with excellent fare

WHY GO...

Because the entire menu has just been revamped and we absolutely adore it

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