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Author: Blessed with Bread

La Flor (Tex-Mex) Restaurant Review – Kuwait

If you’re lucky enough to find a parking spot at the Divonne complex in Abu Hassinia, consider it a sign that you are destined to dine at La Flor. This is a colorfully decorated restaurant. Married to an Okie (from Oklahoma) we love Mexican cuisine and have always been surprised at the  unavailability of Mexican and Tex-Mex food in Kuwait (considering food is a popular obsession here). Every trip to the United States would entail visits to Mexican eateries. So, when La Flor opened up, it was a no-brainer. I think the spot was earlier occupied by Azteca (another...

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Ortakoy – Turkish Cuisine Kuwait

Ortakoy is a neighborhood within the Besiktas district of Istanbul, Turkey and is located in the middle of the European bank of the Bosphorus. Ortaköy was a cosmopolitan area during the Ottoman era and the first decades of the Turkish Republic, with communities of Turks, Greeks, Armenian and Jews. The Turkish cuisine is deliciously diverse and colorful, owing to the nation’s placement between Asia and Europe. Unfortunately, here the owners clearly left their creativity back in Turkey when designing and delivering the restaurant concept, but what they lack in imagination and interior design, they more than make up for with food. The restaurant design and...

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Kosebasi Kuwait (Turkish Cuisine)

The Ottoman cuisine (Turkish), can be described as a fusion and refinement of Central Asian, Middle Eastern and Balkan cuisines. Ever since we came to Kuwait and indulged in it’s vast array of cuisines offered in this small place, as far as Arabic cuisine is concerned, the Turkish cuisine seemingly has an enchanted finesse. Kosebasi began operations it’s in Kuwait since 2013 and presently have 3 branches. The Cube Mall branch has a slightly more elegant touch to its interiors than the branch at Avenues and our experience at both the branches have been consistently pleasant. Located at phase...

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Five Guys Kuwait – Menu Card

The Five Guys Story – Five Guys has been a Washington, DC area favorite since 1986 when Jerry and Janie Murrell offered sage advice to the four young Murrell brothers: “Start a business or go to college.” The business route won and the Murrell family opened a carry-out burger joint in Arlington, Virginia. The Five Guys’ initial $70,000 startup finds was meant to pay college tuition for Jerry and Janie Murrell’s (at the time) four sons. They sensed their oldest children were on the fence about heading off to college, and the pair offered an alternative in 1986: using the tuition...

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Oak & Smoke Kuwait – Review

If you haven’t enjoyed BBQ meat, then you are basically missing out something big in the culinary world. Oak and Smoke serves ribs that is a melt-in-your-mouth and brisket a black bark crusted heap of deliciousness. Now you don’t have to take a pilgrimage to feed your fetish, fortunately just a drive to Adaliya will do 😉

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