Pearl-Qatar restaurants re-open doors
Doha, June 13, 2012
The Pear-Qatar has announced that two of its restaurants, Megu and Tse Yang, have re-opened its doors to the public after a short hiatus.
Operated by Hospitality Development Company (HDC), a wholly owned subsidiary of United Development Company (UDC), both restaurants have set new standards in dining experiences and have already been honored with a slew of awards, a statement from The Pearl said.
Eric Leprevost, general manager, food and beverage, HDC, said: “HDC focuses on owning, developing and operating world-class hospitality projects and brands and both MEGU and Tse Yang exemplify this commitment.”
“The restaurants have now had time to rejuvenate and refocus on their commitment to serving the most innovative and delicious dishes and we look forward to welcoming our regular customers as well as new ones,” he said
“Megu, one of the most exclusive Japanese restaurants in the region, goes beyond a usual dining experience, as it encompasses a lifestyle and refined cultural experience.”
With a home base in New York, Megu Doha’s signature dishes include Megu Original Crispy Asparagus and Wagyu Kobe Beef Chateaubriand.
Tse Yang originated in Paris and has redefined traditional Chinese cuisine, bringing to The Pearl-Qatar a “little piece of China” with its popular BBQ duck and dim sum dishes.
The name Tse Yang refers to a part of Beijing’s famous Forbidden City and is designed to evoke the glamour of the Chinese emperors. The design balances modern luxury with classical touches to create an authentic air of luxury. – TradeArabia News Service
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