WATCH: Dohalicious visits Astor Grill

By QL Videos

Wouldn’t it be great to go to a restaurant and ask them to make you EXACTLY what you want? Astor Grill at St. Regis allows you to create your very signature dish, because literally you sign to have your dish on the menu!

  Three easy steps to making it on the menu:

1. Think of two dishes you really like; one for starter, one for main dish
2. Explain to the chef how you like it cooked
3. Eat it, enjoy it, but just before you leave…

The chef will take out Astor Grill’s bespoke book. It is a big book where you can create a name for your dish, sign it off, have the chef sign it off and it’ll appear on the menu for the next time you want to go and enjoy it and for anyone else in our community who wants to try your dish!

Check out the exclusive meeting we had with Astor Grill, and Chef James, it’s going to leave your mouth watering!

Qatar Livings Dohalicious team got to experience an exclusive lunch with Astor Grill. We had the whole place to ourselves, as if it was our our kitchen with home-cooked meals, just how we like them!

If you’re ever in the mood for grilled food of your choice, call them on +974 4446 0105 or check out their website to reserve a table for an exquisite experience.

What would your personal menu look like? Let us know in the comments below.

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