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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Bazza Cafe

A few days before Ramadan, I paid a visit to the much buzzed about Bazza Cafe. It's an all day restaurant serving local food.  We've got a lot of Kuwaiti restaurants, but apart from hotel restaurants, this is the only one in my opinion that is suitable for ladies to sit in. Very clean and really appealing to the eyes.

My reaction was the interiors were gorgeous, modern traditional, my friend and I kept repeating what a good job they've done to the place!  The food? I didn't go to eat, but rather to have some hot Kuwaiti drinks.  My friend had a few starters, which she thought were ok.  I, on the other hand, loved the "drinks" (emphasis on the plural).  I couldn't choose between the various drinks from the menu  that I had to order two!  Some of my friends who've been there say their marag bamya (okra stew) is really good.  Might try it next time for lunch.  Others say the best meal in the cafe is the breakfast, but I'm not into Middle Eastern/Kuwaiti breakfast.
 Balalee6
 Chai Imhayal (Tea with Cardamom)
7aleeb Za3faran (Saffron milk)

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