Restaurants & Cafés

Destination dining

Our museums and galleries host cafés for casual dining, drinks and snacks, as well as restaurants that pair cultural excursions with haute cuisine.

Café #999

Café #999 food truck located at the Fire Station Artist in Residence building

Our latest eatery is the Café #999, located at the Fire Station Artist in Residence building.

Set within the Fire Station complex adjacent to the artists' studios, the café offers a cool and informal setting for light food and drinks with a local twist. 

Café #999 is a collaboration between Qatar Museums and Salam Hospitality.

The Fire Station is conveniently located between the Corniche and Al Sadd. Cafe #999 is open from 8am to 11pm Saturday to Thursday and 2pm to 11pm on Fridays. 

Find out more or visit the Fire Station Artist in Residence website.


IDAM, Alain Ducasse's first restaurant in the Middle East

Embark on a refined, generous and enchanted culinary journey at IDAM, Alain Ducasse's first restaurant in the Middle East.

In the heart of the museum, with spectacular views of the Doha skyline, IDAM offers an innovative and flavorsome selection of contemporary French Mediterranean cuisine designed with an Arabic twist. Timeless classics of local and regional cuisine, with most ingredients sourced locally in Qatar.

Philippe Starck’s unique and exquisite decor creates a sophisticated atmosphere. 

For more information and to make a reservation, visit MIA.


IN-Q CAFÉ at the Hamad International Airport

At the heart of HIA’s main departure concourse, savour healthy bites with a touch of Middle Eastern influence, daily baked goods and refreshing drinks in a modern, high-design setting that amplifies your airport experience.

Using only the best, fresh and locally sourced ingredients from light, fit-friendly salads like Shanklish or organic quinoa salads, to a fibre packed granola each delicious option is prepared to order any time of day.

Begin or continue your journey with a filling and nutrient rich meal. Grab a wrap, a sandwich or panini to make your lunch/dinner time bite a delicious one. Any of our between bread options are also daily prepared.

For something sweet or a pick-me-up, treat yourself to a selection of barista-brewed coffee drinks, fresh-squeezed juices, and warm house-baked goods made daily. We also offer gluten- and dairy-free options too. Eat there or take it with you.

MIA Café

Museum of Islamic Art Cafe in the Atrium of the

Located in the Atrium of the Museum of Islamic Art, the MIA Café fuses authentic hospitality and modernity in a peaceful environment and stylish interior, designed by Philippe Stark.

The menu is regularly updated with a collection of homemade French specialties and signature creations, authentic Arabic sandwiches with a French twist, and fresh juices, salads and hot drinks.

Mathaf Maqha


Mathaf's stripped-back coffee bar is designed around the modern art of conversation. It's comfortable and contemporary, with plenty of space, good food and a nicely chilled atmosphere. 

Maqha is catered by Al Shaqab, using the freshest organic and local produce.

Al Riwaq Café


The café is a permanent fixture at QM Gallery Al Riwaq during exhibitions, when it is transformed to the relevant them and branding of any given show. 

The Al Riwaq Café is catered by MIA Café.

MIA Catering

MIA Catering

Put some art into hosting with MIA Catering and ensure an elegant and innovative fine dining experience like no other.

MIA catering is the in-house caterer of Qatar Museums and QM venues. We provide an exclusive catering service for Qatar Museums exhibitions & gallery openings, Qatar cultural events, meetings and gala dinners at the Museum of Islamic Art and Qatar museum venues.

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