Old Kuwaiti Town
Situated just southwest of the National Assembly Building on Arabian Gulf St, the houses in this complex of replica 19th-century...
Old City Gates
Al-Shaab , Al-Shamiya , Al-Jahra and Al-Maqsab are the names of Kuwait City’s gates in Safat on Al-Soor St, the street that follows...
National Assembly Building
Close to the National Museum, this interesting white building with its distinctive canopy was designed by Jørn Utzon, the Danish...
Casper & Gambini’s
More cafe than coffeehouse, this award-winning coffee specialist serves up 100% Arabica coffee beans where solo women will feel...
Near Al-Jahra Gate, this is one of the city’s traditional cheap and cheerfuls for a quick bite. Hummus, shwarma (meat sliced off a spit...
Lonely Planet review
With tables tucked around the interior courtyard of this old coral-and-gypsum house, dating from 1949 and included on the government's list of heritage sites, this restaurant, with its beaded lanterns, palm fans and wicker chairs, has retained the feeling of house and home. It serves international fare and is a firm favourite with the expat community.