Let's Talk About Where To Get Food In Kuwait

4:11 PM

Because I'm hungry.

When in the office or even at home, I usually find myself surfing this site; 6Alabat dot com for different restaurant delivery. They have numerous selection of restaurants depending in your area.

Couple of weeks ago, I discovered MUNCH where I ordered French Onion Soup and Kobe Beef Burger for lunch. Last week, my colleague and I binged on Sushi Club's Bento Boxes. Today I am salivating at the thought of ordering the Philadelphia Beef Steak sandwich and the nachos w/ corn nuggets at Grill Casa.

Ana Juana!

My family love Japanese food and the favorite Japanese place is Maki at the Avenues but lately the service there has gone below the notch so we now go to Wasabi or Sakura at Mahboula.

We are also fond of the greasy American food and the best place for that are; Johnny Rockets for their yummy milk shake and humongous fries and tuna melt, Applebees for their Fried Ice Cream, Onion Soup, the Tower Samplers and their seafood and steak selection, The Great Steak and Potato company is also a must if we are in Marina Mall as well as Nathan's famous hot dogs.

For TexMex cravings, we go to Tumbleweed along Salwa, Chi Chi's, Ruby Tuesdays and T.G.I Fridays.

For the best medium rare steaks, we go to Gauchos at The Palms Hotel or at Johnny Carino's along seaside Salmiya.

Sbarro and Papa John's Pizza for the carboloading days. Le Notre at Marina or Al Fanar is the place for meeting up friends and munching on salad while waiting for the movies to start.

Oriental Cuisine at Sharq got the best and authentic Thai food in the whole Kuwait although I'm in love with the Pad Thai at Noodle House. Blue Elephant at the Hilton is also a Thai resto that has a great view of the gulf. Blue Elephant offers cooking lessons by the way.

Chinese food is a must for survival of those who love their rice and Chinese restaurants here in Kuwait are everywhere like mushrooms. Shrimp Fu Yong I want!!!!

When I miss home and my mama isn't in the mood to cook, I go to Mario's Restaurant at Fahaheel for their Chicharon Bulaklak, Sisig, Pancit Malabon, Sinigang sa Miso, Adobo and of course Halo - Halo. When in Kuwait City, we go to Mabuhay Restaurant at the back of Al Muthanna Complex. I'm not sure if the Kambingan Resto is still open as it's been years since I ate and sang there. When we went to the City Center, we ate Binagoongan at at Rosa's (?) at the second floor.

Me thinks we need more Filipino Restaurant here in Kuwait. There are 60 thousand plus OFW's who craves for Filipino food every single day. Why can't we have a big Filipino restaurant here? I can't cook much but I sure would like to eat my Pinakbet in a spacious place.

I can't think anymore. I thought by blogging I'd pass the hunger. Ngek. As always, I'm wrong. I've consumed 2 bottles of Kellogg's Special K2O protein water in strawberry and kiwi flavor that said I'd feel fuller longer.


Me still hunggrryyy!!!!

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