IN-Q to promote the 2022 FIFA World Cup alive

Doha: IN-Q Enterprises WLL (IN-Q), the commercial arm and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar Museums (QM), promotes the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 to the fullest by creating moments with culinary experience extraordinary in the restaurants and authentic meaningful souvenirs from the gift shops of the museums.

Enjoy Qatar’s museum arts and culture scene with ongoing exhibitions. After an enriching visit to the galleries, IN-Q makes sure to enhance your visit with a tasty experience and tangible memories to take home.

Discover the signature gastronomic delights of Alain Ducasse restaurants starting with IDAM by Alain Ducasse (IDAM) at the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA).

Created in 2013, IDAM is the first foray into the Middle East by Michelin-starred restaurateur and “architect of flavours”, Alain Ducasse.

Located on the top floor of the MIA, IDAM celebrates an iconic landmark of Qatar in an environment that seamlessly blends local tradition and modernity and offers picture-perfect views of the Doha skyline. The spectacular view is paired with an exquisite interior created by French designer Phillipe Starck, fusing modernity with classics to provide IDAM with a dynamic environment with an Arabian flair.

IDAM offers the highest level of French haute cuisine with the warmest Arabian hospitality. The menu features contemporary Mediterranean dishes with a twist of eclectic Arabic flavors, prepared from fresh, sustainably produced ingredients, enhanced with a sophisticated balance of flavors. Loyal IDAM customers, as well as those looking for new culinary adventures are invited to enjoy the rich menu. who complete their cultural experience after a visit to the galleries of the iconic MIA.

From one iconic monument to another, there is a gem of a pearl at the National Museum of Qatar (NMOQ), Jiwan – where the desert meets the sea.

New but so inherent. Refined yet wonderfully relaxed. Jiwan reconnects with the past while moving towards the future. He brings back to the culinary roots of Qatar and reinvents familiar flavors to offer plates to share with a sophisticated simplicity. Novel but with a comforting nostalgia.

Showing great pride in Qatar and its vision of self-sufficiency, Jiwan’s sustainable menu includes local, seasonal produce. The restaurant’s ever-changing food selection provides guests with the freshest ingredients while preserving natural food resources.

Inspired by the nature of Qatar and the Bedouin way of life, Jiwan’s unique design by eminent architect Koichi Takada appeals to the curious explorer who likes to wander into the past to enjoy a new understanding of the world that surrounds it. Guests are invited to dine among the dunes of Khor Al Udaid (inland sea) or discover extraordinary views of the seascape from the outdoor terrace where they will enjoy a close connection with the sea.

Located on the fourth floor of the National Museum of Qatar, Jiwan is an essential chapter in the museum’s storytelling experience. A gastronomic destination that allows residents and international visitors to truly feel, touch and taste the essence of Qatar.

Yves Godard, F&B Director of IN-Q, said: “A decade of partnership between Qatar Museums and Ducasse Paris is driven by our shared vision to deliver a world-class dining experience in artistic settings and reflecting the rich culture of this nation. In ten years, we are able to provide an elevated experience in the gastronomic scene with our Ducasse restaurants in Qatar. “Our restaurant concepts are aligned with the theme of each location. In each of our restaurant’s distinct and remarkable settings, we welcome our guests to enjoy culinary delights meticulously crafted by the Ducasse kitchen team,” he added.

IN-Q aims to complement not only the cultural and culinary experience of residents and visitors. It also offers tangible souvenirs that will continue to remind you of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ moments at all QM gift shops.

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