Qatar Tourism, in collaboration with Qatar Airways, Qatar Aircraft Catering company (QACC) and Kings of Kitchen, is organising the “World Class Chefs.” The two-year long initiative aims to host high-profile chefs from around the world, with the purpose of exploring investment opportunities by introducing the world’s top culinary talent to the emerging hub of gastronomy in the Middle East. The first guest chef to participate in this initiative is one of France’s most renowned chefs, Julien Roucheteau who will be demonstrating his craft and delectable dishes at exclusive Chef’s Table sessions between 26-30 October at IZU restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Msheireb Downtown, from 06:00PM to 08:00PM and from 08:30PM to 10:00PM. There are limited seats available and bookings can be made through the hotel’s website.

Chef Julien Roucheteau is known for crafting the menu of La Table du Lancaster, an exquisite restaurant in the heart of Paris which ended up winning a Michelin Star while he was at the helm. He has also exhibited his culinary talent at other top kitchens and restaurants in Paris including Les Magnolias, Le Diapason and Le Cinq. Chef Roucheteau specializes in preparing sophisticated light courses rooted in French cuisine. In addition to winning a Michelin-Star, he has won various coveted culinary accolades including “le challenge culinaire du Président de la République”, and “le prix Zepter”.

As part of its mandate to regulate and develop the tourism sector, Qatar Tourism is working closely with its partners across the public and private sectors to help build products that showcase Qatar’s varied offerings and support local entrepreneurs by showcasing their offerings and compete with the world’s best.


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About Qatar Tourism

Qatar Tourism’s mission is to establish Qatar as a place where cultural authenticity meets modernity, and where people of the world come together to experience unique offerings in culture, sports, business and family entertainment, rooted in Service Excellence. Qatar Tourism will regulate and develop the tourism industry, encouraging investment from the private sector. It will set the national strategy for the tourism sector, reviewing it periodically and overseeing its implementation, with the aim of diversifying tourism offerings in the country and increasing visitor spend. Through our network of international offices in priority markets, and cutting-edge digital platforms, Qatar Tourism is expanding Qatar’s presence globally and enhancing the tourism sector.


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