The 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum is now home to an exquisite culinary and dining experience, NAUA Restaurant. With its name being derived from the Arabic word meaning ‘nucleus of the seed,’ NAUA promotes mindful, healthy eating through dishes that are made from high-quality and seasonal ingredients. NAUA is set to become Doha’s premier destination for diners who seek the ultimate fusion of healthy living and gourmet food. The restaurant is the latest addition to the museum’s ethos and vision of embracing the importance of a well-balanced diet to achieve a healthy and active life – a focus of the museum’s interactive exhibits.
NAUA prides itself on offering ethically and health-conscious food, with produce that is sourced from local and global suppliers. Guests will dine in a place of calm ambience, encapsulated in a unique setting with menus showcasing the connection between nature, the important of nutrition and experiential cooking.
“Health and fitness has always been a huge part of my own lifestyle, therefore I am delighted to partner with the 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum on a venture to combine health with taste, showcasing exquisite, health-focused menus. My mission is to destigmatise the opinions around healthy food being uninteresting and tasteless, when in fact, it can be exciting, indulgent and delicious, whilst being beneficial to your health and wellbeing.” – Tom Aikens
Food lovers and guests can access NAUA on the eighth floor of the 3-2-1 Olympic and Sports Museum from the main lobby elevators. The restaurant operates Saturday to Thursday from 12PM until 3PM. For reservations, call 4452 5190 or email email@example.com
“We are honored to be associated with Chef Tom Aikens and Qatar Museums in this new culinary adventure. NAUA is a great addition to our existing portfolio of dining destinations at JW Marriott Marquis City Center Doha. Together with the culinary team, I am thrilled to work alongside Tom in curating a unique experience in the dining scene of Qatar,” – Cluster General Manager of JW Marriott, Rick Enders.
Earlier this year in March, Tom also launched the 3-2-1 Cafe with a focus on nutritious food and drink options to fuel visitors’ enjoyment of the galleries. The cafe is conveniently located on the third floor of the Museum.
Culture Pass members and Qatar Museums staff can also avail discounts of up to 25%.
ABOUT 3-2-1 QATAR OLYMPIC AND SPORTS MUSEUM
The 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum is Qatar’s Museum of sports history, offering an unforgettable and inspiring interactive journey through the history and legacy of sports and the Olympic Games. The Museum delivers a multi-layered educational narrative that combines a comprehensive collection with state-of-the-art technology and documents the significance of sports in Qatar. One of the largest Olympic Museums in the world, 3-2-1 houses hundreds of objects from around the globe, from the origins of sports to the modern day. Through its participatory spaces and planned programming, the Museum aims to inspire and engage its community and encourage the public to participate in sports and physical activity. The Museum is located at Khalifa International Stadium, part of Qatar’s Aspire Zone Foundation. The Stadium, originally built in 1976, will host the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. Abdulla Yousuf Al Mulla has served as a director since 2019.