Things to do in Doha: Dine with the world’s smallest chef

Le Petit Chef is coming to The Ritz-Carlton

Things to do in Doha: Dine with the world’s smallest chef

Eating out can become too monotonous, even if you’re always trying out new restaurants. Sometimes, all we need is an entirely different experience, and The Ritz-Carlton Doha is bringing just that to us.

Le Petit Chef, an interactive dining experience with the world’s smallest chef, will take place at STK Doha starting Friday October 26.

You can look forward to an immersive, two-hour dining experience that tells the story of a small animated chef who, projected unto the diners’ plates using 3D project mapping technology.

The tiny chef proceeds to cook food in your plate, right in front of you. Similar to a theatre performance, music and props will also be used to complete this fun experience and set the right mood for every course.

There are four exclusive set menus prepared by chef de cuisine Cesar Leon de Torres and his team.

This is the first experience of its kind in Doha and the combination of food with cinema and technology sounds fantastic. Plus, it’s famous around the world, so add bragging rights as a bonus to the entire experience.

The menus start at QR690 and only twenty people can book in one session. We strongly recommend booking in advance. We know we will.
QR690 (chef de partie menu), QR990 (sous chef menu), QR1,390 (grand chef menu), QR390 (children between six and 12 years old). Sat-Thu, 6pm and 9pm (main dining room), 7pm and 9pm (VIP dining room). The Ritz-Carlton Doha, West Bay Lagoon (4484 8588).

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