Jamavar Doha, the youngest sibling of the Jamavar family of restaurants, takes its home in the Sheraton Grand hotel on Doha’s waterside corniche since 2021.
Drawing upon the stylings of Edwin Lutyens, the noted architect of Delhi’s Viceroy’s house, the spaces at Jamavar Doha are framed with warm, limed grey oak panelling, offset with chalk white textured plaster with mirror and brass detailing. The elegant restaurant is made up of two beautiful dining rooms, and an exquisite apothecary bar with a plaster fronted bar counter embellished with patterns of traditional Indian print blocks.
The Dining Rooms
The architecture is punctuated with polished Calacatta Oro marble pilasters and architraves, with the bar revealed through polished brass fretwork screens based on the intricate designs of Jamavar Shawls.
The rooms are elegantly complemented with sage green and tan leather upholstery in the first dining room and navy buttoned leather upholstery in the second dining room set behind maple marquetry Chaturanga games tables.
Warmly lighting the spaces are four Lutyen’s inspired chandeliers, and polished brass table lamps with pleated colonial style shades, setting the ambiance for Doha’s most exquisite Indian gastronomic experience.