At the 47th floor of The Torch Doha lies a fine dining restaurant known for its views and unique selling point. It is the only revolving restaurant in Doha, Qatar! And since we were looking for something unique to do on a weekend night, we decided to reserve a table and experience what the fuss was all about! Here’s a review of the Three Sixty restaurant in The Torch.
Three Sixty Restaurant at Torch Doha
When you get to The Torch, make way for the elevators because there’s a special lift that will take you straight to the 47th floor which is where Three Sixty is. This express elevator is also the same lift that will take you to the 50th (Panorama) and 51st floor (Sky Lounge – closed until further notice).
Panoramic Revolving View
Taking note of the view in front of our table when we were first seated and the view when we were about to leave the restaurant, we surmised that it takes around an hour to make one revolution. Although the view is nice at night with all those city lights, I believe it would be even better when there’s still daylight.
You can hardly feel the restaurant moving especially if you’re not paying attention to it.
We were immediately greeted when we got out of the lift and led to our reserved table. Our server for the night briefed us on the day’s special. Thursday night is Entrecote night – a two-course meal for QAR 185 per person.
My partner ordered that while I chose Barbeque Back Ribs from the Ala Carte menu. We were planning to order another appetizer but it was good we didn’t because, by the time our orders arrived, we realized the serving size is already good enough.
We were also served a bread platter while we waited for our meals. The bread dip was quite good and was also memorable like the ones I had previously from TWG and Casper & Gambini’s.
Our dishes came after 20 to 30 minutes.
The Sirloin Steak was served in a sizzling plate, already sliced, and bathing in the green sauce. It was served with French fries and herbed butter.
My ribs were a stunner, four pieces of bone-in back ribs served with grilled pineapple, asparagus, steak cut potatoes, and barbeque sauce. We shared the Iceberg Salad that came with the Entrecote which was surprisingly light and went well with the meats.
Being a light eater, I couldn’t finish all of the ribs so had to take it home which our served packed well for me.
We went with Chocolate Entremet for dessert which is gluten-free. The chocolate cake was served with fresh berries on the side, mint ice cream on top, and chocolate sauce. We easily devoured it and it was a nice end to our meal.
The restaurant doesn’t serve alcohol and is Halal. Otherwise, we would have ordered a vino to pair with our main courses.
Stellar service and price you pay are definitely worth it for the whole dining experience.
THREE SIXTY Guide
Dress code: Smart Casual
Operating hours: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm (Saturday – Thursday )/7:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Daily)
Contact/reservation: +974 4446 5600 or [email protected]
Where else to eat in Doha:
- D’Chopstix at Holiday Villa
- La Veranda at Sheraton Grand
- Azraq at Banana Island Resort
- The Square at Intercontinental Doha The City
- The Pier at Four Seasons Doha
- Choices at Oryx Rotana
- St Regis
- Zengo at Kempinski
- Ipanema at Marriott Marquis
What was the most unique restaurant you’ve been to?