Cosmo offers seafood delights
Doha, October 26, 2011
Cosmo, one of Millennium Hotel Doha’s popular restaurants, has launched a new seafood buffet offering tasty and healthy seafood dishes.
The buffet which is available every Monday evening from 7.30pm to 11pm costs QR180 ($49.45) per person, including soft drinks and mocktails, a statement from the restaurant said.
Giorgio Lanfranchi, general manger, Millennium Hotel Doha, said: “At the Millennium Hotel Doha we are proud to offer our guests an all-round enjoyable experience: great food, great service and a great atmosphere. Our new seafood night is the perfect opportunity to indulge in good food with friends and family and is a fresh and healthy alternative to a heavy dinner.”
“The fresh catch of the day seafood is prepared at a live cooking station, and salads, fruits and indulgent desserts offer the perfect end to the meal,” he said.
Cosmo also offers ‘Asian night’ on Wednesdays, for QR140 ($38.46) per person, including soft drinks.
Millennium Hotel Doha is a part of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels one of the world’s largest hotel companies with more than 120 owned and managed hotels across 20 countries. Cosmo is one of the hotel’s signature restaurants, the statement said.
It is a popular choice with local diners and tourists alike, along with other popular outlets including Lebanese restaurant, Zaman, which offers breathtaking views of the city, and the relaxed and chic Atrium Cafe. – TradeArabia News Service
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