Discover the best restaurant in Fahaheel, Kuwait including Teatro Restaurant, The Early Bird, Mijana, Saravana Bhavan, Mughal Mahal Fahaheel, Thakkara Restaurant, Khan Baba, Palm Court at Hilton Kuwait Resort, Song Bird Cafe at Hilton Kuwait Resort, Satchi
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4.5 based on 36 reviews
I really enjoyed the excellent location of the restaurant. Hilton is a wonderful property in town and the location is one of the amazing overlooking north pier and clear blue water and white sand, loved it. Food was good, but nothing extra ordinary.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
4 based on 31 reviews
Went to Mijana few times, and the service and the food are always great! The view is amazing, and when you go there you can have a full experience. It is in a nice shopping mall that does not usually get too crowded. It is also near the fish and vegetable market, in the same complex they also have a big Sultan, a chain of grocery stores in Kuwait.
The food is nice, and tasty, we always try different things, and we were never disappointed. The service is fast, and they make sure that you have something on the table to nibble on. The bill for four came to 20KD which is not bad at all given the amount of food we ordered, the ambiance, and the high standard of the place. Enjoy!
4 based on 63 reviews
this is idle place for vegetatian, The food quality and taste is excellent, Typical South Indian fare. Service is efficient. Anyone missing food back in India, this is the place to go. Also for first timers, it is an good option to try South Indian food. The entrance is a bit crowded and could be managed well. Price is decent!
4 based on 32 reviews
One of my favorite places to go in Fahaheel was this excellent Indian restaurant. With celiac disease, navigating around Kuwait can be a tricky, nauseating situation. At Mugal Mahal, I always found delicious food that didn't hurt my body. Nestled amongst the souks of Fahaheel, it can be difficult to find the narrow staircase that leads up this restaurant. Worth it. Sometimes the wait was a little long - 20 minutes, but it was worth it.
4 based on 70 reviews
"Thakkara" - closely resembles "Thakkaram"; a colloquial used by northern Malabar Muslims for the feast (salkaram) given to the Puthiya Maappila or Puthiyaappilla the groom. It is needless to add that Malabar Muslims are renowned for their elaborate eating habits and hence their scrumptious wedding feast & festivities. The coast of Malabar has been influenced by Arab traders, French rulers, native Zamorins and Namboodiris during its heydays. The region, therefore has been blessed with a good blend of Muslims, Christians and Hindus absorbing the rich taste from all and catering to the palates of a diversified community. Each coastal town in these parts of Kerala has their own unique way of preparing food and naming them. They're unique by their complicated methods of preparation and ingredients used that bring about the signature Malabari taste. Recipes handed down from grandmothers of different generations are religiously followed even to this day. Popular among people across the globe and at the top of the list is the Malabar Biriyani. Malabar Biryani, has specialty with its two variants, the Kozhikode Biryani and the Thalassery Biryani, which can rival the best in the country, be it the Hyderabadi or the Awadhi (Lucknowi) versions. We Malabaris are well-known for making any dish elaborately attractive and inviting. Therefore, if any dish can be "stuffed-and-prepared" you'll definitely find a delicacy in that line. Items that usually undergo this treatment are mostly chicken, goat, fish, mussels etc. Stuffed chicken (Kozhi Nirachath) and stuffed fish (Meen Nirachath) are some of the delicacies you'll find at Thakkara. Chefs are flown down from Kerala who are well-versed in preparing the Malabari food for decades. So, your journey searching for authentic Malabar food ends here.. Thakkara offers you oasis of culinary delights that can transport you to the shores of northern Kerala. With that note we invite you into our little world of taste.. Truly rich and flamboyant!!
Very tasty food with lots of variety. Especially stuffed fried fish was awesome. Very pocket friendly and value for money. Good for dine-in or take away. Friendly staff. Food could be a little spicy though for some people but must try.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
5 based on 4 reviews
I will talk only of the restaurant in there.
I had lunch buffet here.
I loved every section of the buffet whether it is salad, bread section, main course, dessert or sweet section.
one single buffet is not enough to try all item as they offer too much variety and nos. luckily attended 3 4 business meeting on different days
salad section was good having different type of salad including healthy quinoa to some non veg salad, kebab
they offer different type of breads with zatar cheese etc,
main course have variety of option for vegetarian to non vegetarian.
at one section chef is also there to make grilled meat , chicken, sea food etc..
dessert section was too good to offer different type of pudding, cakes, Arabic sweets , fruit salad etc
service was great. Awesome Seating area with sea view. Hotel is located sea line and have own private beach.
Price wise I cant comment as I have tried food here in some business meeting so the vendor only paid for us. But I am sure it is fine dining range.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Enjoyed our after dinner coffees in the song bird cafee, we barely managed to resist the temptation of the gorgeous cakes. There are separate smoking / non smoking sections. No adult beverages.
4 based on 11 reviews
We had gone during weekends and it was very empty, hardly 2 -3 covers you generally get a feeling that its only Japanese restaurant. When we went through menu was surprised to see Indian, Continental items too. Food was ok tried miso soup, dynamite prawns, sushis and noodle icecream. So try out if you have multi tasting people with you go ahead where each one can try their own stuff.
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