It’s not easy to choose the best one among hundreds of attractive restaurants and cafes of Kuwait City, but some places deserve special attention as they differ much from the rest. The Chocolate Bar is an attractive place. It is a cozy cafe, where guests can taste prefect sweets. Both chocolate lovers and fans of pastries, and those keeping figure would find a suitable dessert here. In addition to cakes and fruit desserts, they offer visitors a refreshing drink, tea and coffee specialties.
Kuwait (El Kuwait) is the capital of Kuwait located on the southern bank of Kuwait Bay (a part of the Persian Gulf). This is the largest port of the country. The population of the city … Open
In Kuwait, tourists with children should definitely visit the local Kuwait Zoo. It is located on the territory of an incredibly beautiful park, in which there are artificial lakes with … Open
In Kuwait restaurants specializing in regional cuisine, it is customary to begin a meal with traditional appetizers. The most famous among them is Hummus, which is prepared from various types of legumes with the addition of spices and lemon juice. Another popular snack is deep-fried chickpea balls called Falafel.
Kuwait City is a modern bustling city that isn’t alien to trends of modern culture. More recently, life there has based on an entirely different traditions and backgrounds. Only some … Open
Since local people are Muslims, there are no pork dishes in national restaurants. All meat dishes are made from lamb, goat, and veal, often complemented by very interesting vegetable garnishes. In local restaurants, guests will be offered traditional shawarma and dozens of kebab versions, and the most sumptuous festive dish is “Ghouzi” - stuffed lamb.
Kuwait City is a picturesque place with many monuments, museums and colorful markets, which also have become major tourist attractions. An important tourist landmark is the Kuwait National … Open
The choice of vegetable dishes in local restaurants is also huge, while stuffed zucchini and eggplants enjoy the greatest popularity among foreign guests. The menu of regional restaurants in Kuwait cannot be imagined without traditional baked goods. In restaurants of various categories, they bake wonderful sambusa patties typically filled with meat, cheese or vegetables. For dessert, local restaurants often serve sweet pastries, including esh-asaya cheesecake, which is characterized by a very original taste. Here you can also taste all kinds of baklava and sherbet, interesting desserts from fresh milk and special types of donuts with honey. Many original sweets can be tasted in street markets.