La Gourmandise

A great German restaurant with international options hidden away at Al Jazi Gardens
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Time Out Says

This restaurant is – dare we say it – one of Doha’s best kept secrets as it’s been around for years but is still relatively unheard of. In the clubhouse at Al Jazi Gardens, La Gourmandise offers a mainly German menu with international options in a comfortable setting with indoor and poolside dining. The walls are covered with art work created by Doha-based artists that sell for reasonable prices and even if you’re the only people there, it has a lovely vibe. This is partly due to a backdrop of unobtrusive pop music, but also thanks to the staff who are very helpful and friendly. The food is surprisingly brilliant for a restaurant so tucked away. Chef Hannes’ signature dish of scallops with Gulf prawns, grilled polenta and herb foam is a revelation, as is the very traditional wiener schnitzel with German potato salad. It’s a definite must try for all.

Sample bill (for two)
1x King prawn bisque – QR40
1x Shrimp crepe – QR35
1x Wiener Schnitzel – QR90
1x Scallops and prawns – QR110
1x Black forest coulis – QR25
1x Sparkling water – QR18
1x Green tea – QR 12
Total – QR330

By Time Out Doha staff  | 30 Sep 2013

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11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PMMonday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PMTuesday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PMWednesday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PMThursday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PMFriday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PMSaturday: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Show number 3321 6108
Doha, Onaiza, Saba Saha 12 Street, Bld. No. 3,District 63, West Bay,P.O.Box 24482,Doha, Qatar, Doha, Qatar

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