Do you know Alain Ducasse and IDAM who is a chef with Michelin star? Alain Ducasse is the first chef in history to own carrying three Michelin Stars in three different cities and Alain is one of two chefs in the whole world have held 21 Michelin Stars throughout his career.
Alain Ducasse is one of the world’s most successful, influential and respected chefs and restaurateurs. He has born in south-western of France Les Landes region. Ducasse has embarked on an extraordinary culinary journey, which is rooted in his native land but has seen him travel the globe both seeking and spreading culinary influence and inspiration.
Not every world-renowned chef appears to be grumbling about Qatar’s cultural sensibilities, but Alain Ducasse has come up with a menu that seems to do fine dining justice without any alcohol. IDAM is in the Museum of Islamic Art, which was built on a specially created island.
Currently Alain Ducasse is in IDAM among his signature dishes is braised camel, a meal that takes six days to prepare. IDAM was created with a destination where the food was different from anything else outside, a cuisine with influences of Middle Eastern, Indian influences and Mediterranean influences. The food influences comes from all over the world.
The menu at IDAM includes a delicate chestnut soup, crayfish and halloumi royale; tender octopus with potatoes lightly flavoured with saffron; chamba of local fish and soft/crunchy Egyptian rice; seared line-caught red snapper and Omani selfish and tender camel with duck foie gras truffle.