The People’s Tweets – ‘Best Customer Service’

So I asked a simple question on twitter yesterday. I asked people to name ONE place that stands out in their minds where they got great customer services in Qatar. Some interesting results. Some I didn’t expect myself. Without further adue I present all the responses! (In no particular order!)

Nissan – Infiniti division – @iknw101

TableArts – @Shanti_eka

Grandhyatt – @haniarif

The Ritz – @bradycreel

Ritz @expatcookie

FFC @vanish_forever

Sushi Minto @jmugford

Vodafone Landmark – @_maricala

Khan Farooq – @theesal

VLCC @cameliacesin

GlowSalonDoha – @jodygryan

WafiGourmet – @halawala

Café Tasse – @abuarja7

W Doha – @MaryH_K

Jumbo – @rainydoha

BMW – @shivasingh

W Doha – @sweetymathewB

Yoko Sizzlers – @Qatarday

Carluccios – @dohaben

Woqod near the Mall – @jibbersindoha

  • imer

    hi

  • http://twitter.com/tarek Tarek Esber

    I agree with a lot of these – especially Wafi Gourmet. Also glad that Woqod get a mention, they’re always great!

    BUT – I’ve got to say that Carluccio’s actually has some of the worst service in Doha. Their staff are friendly but very inexperienced.

    One restaurant I’m glad to see isn’t on here is Neo. I’ve never had worse service in my life than at that place. Perhaps iloveqatar should also ask where people have had the worst customer service too?

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  • amnesia

    I didn’t like Carluccios. Service was fine but the food was very poor.

  • Christina16

    I went to Glow American Salon based on this post and I must say that I whole-heartedly agree! The salon was wonderful, the staff was pleasant and I will certainly be returning! Thank you!

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