Villa Fayrouz

5 04 2008

Posted By Yousef

We went to Villa Fayrouz today. Its A lebanese restaurant. It draws it uniqueness from being almost like a monument dedicated to the legendary arab Diva, Fayrouz. Its decorated with her pictures and her music is played all the throughout the visit.

We ordered, like most Kuwaitis in lebanese restaurants almost everything in the menu, we ordered so much that we didn’t notice some of the dishes missing and were paid for without gracing our table.

I hate lebanese restaurants. I hate sharing food. “Joey doesn’t share food!!” πŸ˜›

Β And whats up with the worldwideΒ fascinationΒ with lebanese food and their mezzas? I don’t get it. Why would anyone go to a restaurant and eat Humus? Why would anyone order salads that can be easily made in our homes? Kebab!!!!! Why would I go to a restaurant and eat Kebab!??!

Fattoush

This post is shaping up to be a venting post. πŸ˜›

The Osmalliyeh saved the day.
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I would just like to say something to make this post somewhat worth your while πŸ˜€ The food was superb. Everything tasted real nice. The last time I went to Villa Fayrouz was years ago. It sure has come a long way, and I think in a couple of years it can be a good contender for the 2nd position behind the Sheraton’s Al Tarboush.

The Restaurant is located in Alsha’ab. Overlooking Fahaheel Highway. Around 500 Meters before the 3rd ring road exit (if you’re heading north toward Kuwait City).

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P.S. Don’t order their mohamarah. it tasted like cheap hot sauce.

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11 responses

5 04 2008
loco

ween ely ma e7eb el ma6a3em el libnanya ??? wa ma7ad galek roo7 ekel 7om9!!! lo ma taby etro7 chan OOO !!! bas 3ayara enta kan wdek etro7 lebnany, e3teref ma feha shay! ( la wa tara kel mara etgol ma aby lebnany wa etha wadaynak etgol WALLA 7ELO esta7 3an el 3ayara πŸ˜›

5 04 2008
Yousef

loco I lived in the UAE with you guys for over 3 years.. can you tell me how many times i ate in a lebanese restaurant? don’t count the times we were on Atkins. Just tell me how many times?

2? 3 times? πŸ˜›

5 04 2008
loco

😐 3 year wa ta5arjt 😐
yomek ely re7nalhom yan3adon eb a9abe3 el 6yoor πŸ˜› yomken total 3 time ta’3reban !!!! kent 7aremna :S

5 04 2008
Hasan.B

The food is absolutely fantastic! But il ga3da is ZIFT! Yes Tarboush would come on top, but sheraton is more of a family restaurant I would say.

5 04 2008
Hasan.B

I wonder, did they have to take faryou’z permission or pay her something?

6 04 2008
Angelo

3awaffy! Those dishes sure looks appetizing. I always wanted to go there but I thought it’s one of those overhyped restaurants that you hear about. But reading your impression has changed my mind. I’ll give it a visit that’s for sure.

Thanks Yousef πŸ˜‰

6 04 2008
ROUDAN

aheneek bil knafa!

6 04 2008
Chirp

i love vila fayrouz .. a7la kibbeh neyah!!!!!

6 04 2008
Hamad

yousef: thats why ma aro7 weyakom ghada. ELMA6A3EM ELI ANA ABEEHA MATRO7ONHA now three years wana agool “terrace grill” atwaqa3 eyey elyoum eli etro7on hardee’s w ham matro7oon eli abeeh.

ethahir lazim adawerli another family a6la3 weyahom..

6 04 2008
Yousef

loco shda3wa asabi3 li6yoor lol 7ilwa πŸ˜›

Hasan.B I agree AlTarboush is more like a family restaurant. But tsaddig I was thinking about Villa Fayrouz and if they ever took Fayrouz’s permission before going ahead? or did they pay her anything? I think she should get royalties off the restaurant. they’re using her name for marketing ya3ny lazim!

Angelo Allah i3afeek πŸ™‚ la you need to go there its a good restaurant. the seating is not perfect as Hasan.B pointed earlier but its good nonetheless πŸ™‚ just stay away from their mhammarah πŸ˜›

ROUDAN well sank you! It made my week! πŸ˜€

Chirp Mom asked me if we should order the kibbeh neyyah and I turned it down.. 😦 *bites his hand*

Hamad wallah ana ibkha6rey Gaucho, Shrayik?? o ba3dain itha taby family ‘3air, khal Mishary yitbannak, imot 3alla7am πŸ˜› should be perfect match πŸ˜›

7 04 2008
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