Welcome to my blog about Kuwait and other things I find interesting. If you have any questions about Kuwait or something I've posted contact me and I might be able to help you out. My goal is to let everyone know what Kuwait has to offer and if you have suggestions feel free to drop me an email. Fresh ideas, fashion and fun all found here in Kuwait.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The Life N Style Expo is being held at Crowne Plaza and tomorrow is the last day to shop for jewelry and clothing from Kuwait, Syria and Lebanon.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
If you go to that branch today and say "I follow the frog" you'll get a free coffee! It's Earth Day and our Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee is kind to the forest and supports farmers and farm workers worldwide who are working to improve their livelihoods and those of their families.
So, in honour of Earth Day, enjoy a coffee on us! We'll have free coffee at another branch tomorrow, and at a third branch on Thursday. The locations will be revealed on the day, so stay tuned!
I know where this location is too bad I won't be in the area.
Monday, April 21, 2014
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Ibrahim Bader Al Boreeqee Chef and owner of Caribbean Hut Restaurant Kuwait and his father.
A native of Puerto Rico and born in El Condado, Puerto Rico in the early eighties, due to the military he moved around a lot between and began cooking at the age of 8 under the supervision of his mother. With the direction of his grandparents who consisted of a Home Economics teach and a Chef/Restauranteur/Hotelier, he was able to increase his knowledge and love of cooking. His official training comes from a basic culinary course sponsored by the Georgia National Guard and the time spent working in some of Georgia’s dining facilities at the age of 16; continuing his training by working for restaurants like Waffle House, Country Pride Restaurant, among others.
The chef and his father were very nice and love their business. On this day they weren't able to serve some of their specialties as they were out of some of the imported ingredients. The bacalaitos were good but a little too much oil. I loved the mofongo, next time a little less salt but the piña colada was really good. I would go back when they have more variety but when a business imports their ingredients you have a 50/50 chance of getting certain dishes. They are open from 3pm-11pm Tuesday thru Sunday and closed on Mondays, you can find out more by visiting their website.