This was spotted at Souk Mubarkiya, one of the oldest restaurants in Kuwait serving livers and hearts since 1953 displayed a sign stating that restaurant is closed for one month because the chef is on vacation. I suppose the chef can easily demand a salary increment since obviously the restaurant can never run without him.
The restaurant will re-open on 25th February, so who’s in for livers?
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I don’t usually attend any comedy shows or plays in Kuwait, but I came to know that there will be two hours stand up comedy show called “The Comedy Hangout” featuring the funny Kuwaiti guys from the YouTube channel Sheno Ya3ni TV. I called them to ask about their prices, they said there are two tickets available; V.I.P for KD25 and regular for KD15 but they said these are the online prices, so if you bought the tickets directly they will charge KD2 more.
Where: Safir International, Bneid Al Gar, Gulf Street
When: Thu 20th December
Phone: 66869852 / 99938879
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Can anyone please explain the meaning of this restaurant name located opposite to Al Muthana complex? I guess some names are not meant to be understood.
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Kuwait TV team caught this naughty kid during the broadcast for Qiyam prayer, kids are definitely naughtier than they used to be.
There was another funny snapshot caught for another kid last year see here
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Now this is ironically funny, while entering the parking lot at 360Mall late Thursday night I noticed it was almost empty with plenty of parking spaces everywhere yet this little Smart Car which can park virtually anywhere opted to park right in front of the main entrance in the No Parking spot.
I guess some people have a real hard time parking just a little further from entrance.
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