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‘Asiatique Night’ at Banana Island Doha

Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara is bringing a delicious piece of Asia to the Island’s Azraq restaurant through its ‘Asiatique Night’, inviting guests to create their own dining journey from a mouthwatering buffet that is rich in flavour and diversity.

Relish the warm spirit of Asia’s hospitality at Doha’s only island sanctuary. Excite your palate with specialities from Japan, Thailand and Vietnam, the islands of Indonesia, as well as China, India and Nepal.

Surrounded by a relaxing beach environment, accented with ocean blues and sandy whites, diners can enjoy sampling an eclectic, delicious array of palate-tantalising dishes from the heart of Asia while spending a laid-back night with their family and friends.

Whether taking a seat indoors or dining al fresco, spend a memorable night in a blissful ambience of complete escape while discovering the world of unique flavours that Asia has to offer, right in the heart of Doha.

Guests with children can rest easy, knowing their kids are enjoying themselves in the fully equipped and supervised play area just around the corner, where they can indulge in fun activities and satisfy their sweet cravings at the candy stations.

Friday, 7 pm—10:30 pm at Azraq Restaurant

Hotel Guests: QAR 225 per adult and QAR 175 per child

Outside Guests: QAR 275 per adult and QAR 175 per child

For more information, visit doha.anantara.com/Friday-Asiatique-Night/ or call 4040 5116.

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