When: 9am to 12pm
What’s on the menu:
This was quite a great discovery with quite a large choice of breakfast options that caters to wealthier patrons.
7 types of omelette, fried, scrambled eggs and one set course item.
Prices range from QAR 22 to 90
What we ate:
My order was an Omelette with crispy chestnuts and caramelized pickled onions. Didn’t find the chestnuts as crispy as the name promised, but they were bursting with flavor. The caramelized onions were nestled in the center of the wrapped omelette. Just look at that smooth texture of the omelette. I’ve never had eggs this well prepared and with perfect consistency. The sauce, onions and the perfectly made eggs were all balanced to give the perfect flavor, no over powering of senses happening here.
However, the menu has misleading names. For example, my drink “a white coffee with citrus fruit infusion” had no coffee at all and was in fact a kind of tea.
Contrary to what my photo would lead you to believe, those are in fact scrambled eggs and not mashed potatoes. The delicious eggs came with beef bacon. Although I am somewhat averse to beef, I tremendously enjoyed this combo. The eggs were absolutely perfect, the best I have had so far. The teas are meant to be the star attraction in Laduree as it fashions itself as a tea house. But the tea I drank was quite literally and practically unmemorable.
Hani: This is the type of breakfast that shames starred hotel breakfast.
The real 5 star breakfast.