I wanted to try the softly-opened restaurant at Beda’a, The Butcher’s Den, which is the first Kuwaiti-concept steakhouse restaurant by chef Ahmad Al Bader.
Currently it opens from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm, I arrived there and found a good table, inside it was medium-sized and simply decorated but I think the decorations can be further improved.
The menu was simple too, but I noticed orders had no description so I needed the server’s help. They serve burgers, salads, chips, appetizers, sweets but their main specialty are steaks.
It was cute how they brought me a candy for the appetizers on the house. I could feel Ahmad Al Bader touch in every plate they serve.
Shrimp cocktail: The shrimp was tasty but I didn’t favor the sauce.
White & Green Asparagus: Its a vegetable and taste was average.
They brought different colors knives to choose from, nice. Sadly they ran-out of wagyu steak, so I picked their organic fillet prime cuts steak and asked to have it medium well.
I picked their pepper mushroom sauce (tasty). The steak tasted great but was slightly dry.
My check was KD20.300, generally I liked the Butcher’s Den and will visit it again sometime.
Address: Beda’a, nearby Melenzane restaurant.
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