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Recently moved to kuwait and looking for good authentic food. Something that is a must! try. Any cuisine and location, hole in the wall or fancy

asked Jul 9, 2016 in Food by Dkq9393 (140 points)

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5 Answers

answered Jul 10, 2016 by anonymous
Too many options, if you narrow down the cuisine for us it might be better
answered Jul 11, 2016 by anonymous
I'm guessing you're looking for local food, then try Freej Sweilah
It's kind of near Marina Mall, Salmiya

Give it a try
You won't regret it!
answered Jul 11, 2016 by T-rex
you can use talabat website to order which is easy to use, and all you need to know is your own address since ur new here.

best part it shows all locals food, other than foreign.
commented Jul 11, 2016 by jaz
If you're looking for traditional and authentic Kuwaiti food there are a few restaurants that are worth checking out; Freej Swaileh, and Bait Dickson are both in Salmiya and are relatively close to each other, they're both great, authentic in flavor and i think they're priced roughly the same. For something a little less known and with a cozier feel with just as good food, try Shatae AlWatiya in Kuwait City, the restaurant is actually inside a small old Kuwaiti house just behind the Catholic Church. Suggested dishes; machboos laham (rice with lamb), machboos dajaj (rice with chicken), balaleet (sweetened vermicelli flavored with safron and cardamon served with an egg omelette) the last one sounds weird but you only live once so its your loss if you chicken out.

For traditional seafood try Shimam in Kuwait City.
commented Jul 11, 2016 by Hex (1,420 points)
Yeah I second the Shimam restaurant if you want seafood
answered Jul 11, 2016 by Mark (55,820 points)
Hole in the walls:
Pataya Beach in Kuwait City for Thai
Thai Chow King in Rigaa for Thai
Koryokwan in Carlton Hotel in Kuwait City for Korean
Shimim in the middle of Souk Mubarakia (next to vegatable market) for grilled fish and kebabs
Sabaidee in Salmiya or Mahboula for Thai
Freej Swaileh in Salmiya for Kuwaiti food
Taste of Jamaica in Mangaf for Jamaican food
Al Habesha in Hawalli for Ethopian
Caribbean Hut in Abu Halifa for Caribbean food

Fancy:
Peacock in Radisson Blu for Chinese
EDO in Sahara Country club for Japanese
ORA in Arabella for Japanese fusion
Ashas (bunch of locations) for Indian
Shahrayar in Sheraton for Iranian
commented Jul 11, 2016 by Ziggy
It would really help if the the locationon google maps could be shared as well. Would help newbies navigate easy
commented Jul 11, 2016 by Sue
Dar hamad for fancy kuwaiti food. In salmiya
commented Jan 4, 2017 by Malcolm
Unfortunately, I don't believe Taste of Jamaica is open anymore...
answered Jul 14, 2016 by anonymous
I think Khaneen is a must try.

A mid-end Kuwaiti restaurant, probably the best tasting Kuwaiti restaurant.
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