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STK Doha Wins Favourite Newcomer Award at Fact Ding Awards

STKAWARD Ritz-Carlton Doha

The Ritz-Carlton, Doha is pleased to announce that STK Doha has received Favourite Newcomer Award at the Fact Dining Awards Doha 2019.

STK opened its doors to welcome guests in January 2019. The modern steakhouse has quickly accelerated to become a local favourite as guests enjoy the tender cuts of USDA Prime beef and a succulent selection of sides such as truffle mac & cheese and mushroom pot pie. STK Doha is also the only restaurant in Qatar to serve the much-beloved Hida beef, one of the highest qualities of Japanese wagyu.

Christian Sack, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Doha, stated:

STK Doha is game changer within the Qatar dining scene. The restaurant delivers a dining and ambience combination unlike anything else in the country. We are certainly honoured to be awarded a Fact Dining Award and our STK team has certainly earned it.’

STK Doha is the first newly opened restaurant under The Ritz-Carlton, Doha’s re-imagination efforts. The hotel will also welcome the modern French brasserie, Sel & Miel, this Spring along with the long-awaited B-Lounge this Fall.

The Ritz-Carlton, Doha will undoubtedly become one of the top dining and entertainment destinations in the country and we look forward to treating our guests to many memorable experiences.

For more information or for reservations, call 4484 8588 or reservations@stk-doha.com

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