The five-star hotel restaurants in Doha serving breakfast have nothing on Ric's Country Kitchen. The place is always packed, the lines to get in long, and the wait well worth it.
The place is hugely popular among the American expat community as it serves mom and pop breakfast with familiar flavors and names such as lumberjack, Texan breakfast, Farmers and American Special, etc.
By law, they are not allowed to serve pork. Expect the ham and bacon to be from turkey.
The prices are comparable to any American breakfast place. A Lumberjack plate goes for about 70 QR ($19) and the Doha Special for 36 QR ($10)