I spent a week in Doha, the capital of Qatar, and enjoyed many great cups of coffee…and did not even have to venture out far.
Best Coffee In Doha, Qatar
In one sense, I’m sure I missed out on some great independent coffee shops like Nomad or Café 42 or Evergreen Organics. On the other hand, the coffee was so good at the two hotels I stayed at that it did not make sense to go out for coffee.
Le Deli Robuchon
inside Four Seasons Doha
11:00 am – 12:00 am (Saturday – Thursday)
7:00 pm – 12:00 am (Friday)
+974 4494 8888
There was no need to venture anywhere beyond the ground level for my coffee fix while staying at the Four Seasons Doha. Le Deli Roubuchon specializes in gourmet pastries, coffee, and tea. I skipped the pastries, though they looked good, and enjoyed no less than a dozen flat whites during my stay at the hotel.
The coffee was bold and strong…exactly the way I liked it. I’m increasingly moving from cappuccinos (more milk) to flat whites or even cortados (halfway to espresso, but a bit more milk than a macchiato) and the coffee here did not disappoint.
One note – the hotel also offers coffee in Seasons Tea Lounge, which was arguably more beautiful in terms of presentation and latte art, but not as strong.
inside Park Hyatt Hotel
8:00 am – 11:00 pm (Saturday – Thursday)
3:00 pm – 11:00 pm (Friday)
I quite enjoyed lounging in alfresco on the Sikkat Wadi in Doha’s Msheireb Downtown. This café has a large menu of coffee, tea, juice, smoothies, and sandwiches, cakes, and salads as well.
My flat white was perfectly presented and delicious.
Doha offers many cafés. For my trip, I chose to remain local and while I may have paid higher prices, I enjoyed excellent coffee. I recommend both places whether you are staying at the hotels or not. The coffee culture in Doha is catching on.