Masala Dani @ Qalamkarri

Banyan Tree Doha, Al Khaleej, Doha, Qatar

Discover Qalamkarri’s newest culinary experience and unleash the vibrant flavors of India during an immersive journey. Masala Dani will transport you to the bustling streets and diverse culinary landscape of the subcontinent with traditional entertainment and lively food stations featuring idli, chaad, masala dosa, biryani and curries.

Price: 175 QAR per person

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  • Thursday :19:00-23:00
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Listing Type : Thursday
Location : Doha
Offer : Dinner
Category : Fine Dine
Cuisine : Indian Cuisine
Dress Code : Casual
Contact Number : 4410 3310

About Banyan Tree 

Banyan Tree Doha At La Cigale Mushaireb is the first Banyan Tree property managed by Accor under the Banyan Tree – Accor strategic partnership in Qatar and in the Middle East.

Exquisitely designed by renowned interior designer Jacques Garcia, Banyan Tree Doha blends modern comfort and design-forward architecture, creating a tranquil haven for guests to rejuvenate mind, body and soul.

Banyan Tree Doha is located within the Doha Oasis project, one of the most fascinating destinations in the vibrant city, offering direct access to a signature department store, an indoor experiential theme park and an exclusive cinema multiplex.

Banyan Tree Doha offers a tranquil haven with its verdant garden housing 136 different types of trees – all collected from around the world and placed together in this oasis to provide guests with a serene stay, namely: Olea, Ficus, Chorisia, Acacia, Bucida and the brand’s namesake – Banyan Tree.

About Qalamkarri 

The Art of Contemporary Indian Cuisine

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile produced in southern India. Centuries ago, this form of painting was used as a form of storytelling by folk singers and painters travelling between villages.

Qalamkarri is inspired by Kalamkari art and the word qalam, which means pen – combined to symbolise the crafting and artistic presentation of historic and modern India. The restaurant brings together the latest cooking techniques with India’s multi-faceted cuisine, offering a familiar yet innovative interpretation of one of the world’s great culinary experiences.

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