RED to Open at Hamad International Airport
Nothing beats a bit of good food when you’re travelling so when RED opened in Hamad International airport, we were more than excited. The concept restaurant, located in the airports North Node, showcases a distinctive menu reflecting different foods from around the world, taking inspiration from the golden age of travel and the story of fictional character from Jules Verne’s novel Around the World in Eighty Days, Passepartout.
“RED is an exciting and fresh concept, offering a new dining experience for all travelers at HIA. RED is QDF’s first concept restaurant to open in HIA’s North Node and its unique, characteristic theme and inspired menu, set a new benchmark in airport hospitality, further complementing the comprehensive array of existing food and beverage offerings”, Keith Hunter, senior vice-president of Qatar Duty Free stated.
The new restaurant combines colourful décor, ambiance and food to offer diners a celebration of worldwide travel. Their individual design represents the playfulness and vibrancy of the story behind its inception, using furniture and chinaware to evoke global festivals, celebrations and cultures.
Choose from their varied menu of the all-American Red Big Breakfast, the spicy goat burger, Australian beef steaks and loads more. Even children will be wowed with their milkshakes and other specialties like the ‘Monkey Snack’.
INFO: North Node of Hamad International Airport