Surprisingly, the best restaurants in Kuwait offer a wide variety of ethnic foods. In fact, you can find almost any type of cuisine you’re looking for. From American, Chinese, Japanese to Persian, breakfast, lunch or dinner, you’re never far from a home-cooked meal when you’re dining in Kuwait.
One of the best restaurants in Kuwait is the ‘Sunny Side Up’, a popular breakfast restaurant that just opened in November of 2011. As you can probably guess from the name, the menu features a wide variety of eggs dishes.
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Most of the menu selections are American and one of the favorites among the regulars is the Turkey Club sandwich, a real Dagwood sandwich stacked with slices of thinly sliced turkey, boiled eggs, bacon, lettuce, tomato and mustard. A favorite breakfast item is the tall stack of pancakes served with real maple syrup. Sunny Side Up is located in Al Saqaran Complex.
Another popular breakfast restaurant is the Living Room Lounge, located in the Marina Mall. The menu here is simple – you choose either an American breakfast, a Spanish omelet, an Arabic breakfast or French Toast. The Living Room Lounge is an upscale, elegant restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating.
And one of the best restaurants in Kuwait for breakfast lovers is the “Ryoog” which means breakfast in Arabic. Again, they have a very simple menu offering you your choice of an American breakfast, a Lebanese breakfast, waffles or sandwiches. Another elegant restaurant you’ll find the Ryoog on Block 8, Street 80.
If Chinese food is your favorite you’ll find more than a dozen Chinese restaurants in Kuwait serving everything from Szechuan to Hunan to Cantonese and Anhui.
Now, let’s look at the best restaurants in Kuwait that have lunch and dinner menus. Believe it or not, if you’re looking for American food, you can get your favorite burger and fries at the T.G.I. Fridays. They even have their world-famous onion strings.
If you’re looking for some delectable Japanese fare then you need to visit PF Changs, Maki, Wasabi or Sakura. And if you’re looking for Persian delights then you should visit Babak where you’ll find traditional recipes like Hummus, Kebab and Gheymeh.
For Italian fare, you’ll find none better than the pizza, lasagna, spaghetti and ravioli the cook fresh daily and Nino, an Italian dinner in Kuwait. Be sure to try the Mushroom Risotto or the Nino Pasta while you’re there.
If you’re visiting Kuwait then you probably want to try some traditional Kuwaiti food and the best place in town is the Freej Sowaileh diner. Freej Sowaileh serves a mouthwatering chicken and rice dish called ‘machboos’ and it’s Kuwaiti cooking at its finest.
No meal is complete without dessert and two of the best restaurants in Kuwait are dessert restaurants. Pinkberry serves the world’s best frozen yogurt and Choowy Goowy has melt-in-your-mouth freshly baked cookies.