I find it hard to believe someone has the heart to buy a $7,000 (Over 2,000 KD) burger when there are millions of kids starving out there. Fortunately the burger was auctioned and the money went to a charity fund related to breast cancer awareness. The previous record was $5,000 burger in Las Vegas.
That’s a lot of cars, 13 cars per day have been stolen on average in Kuwait this year and we’ve only reached March. The majority of car theft thieves are still at large. I wish with this report the government publishes tips on car safety, since they know how the thieves are stealing the cars. Never leave anything of value in your car, unless you want it stolen too.[Source]
Mearmash is an infusion of food from different countries, mostly Lebanese. They sent over food for me to review and so I tried some of their menu. I like that they offer saj shawerma and bread shawerma which has now become a common practice in Kuwait. To order from them through Talabat click [here].
Unlike your typical shawerma place they serve a unique variety of appetizers such as Cheese Samboosa, Shrimp with Spicy Mayonnaise, Chicken Nuggets, Mozzarella Sticks, Japapeno Bites and a few others.
They also have a combination of salads, I ordered both the Caesar Salad and Fattoush Salad. It’s worth noting although they were pretty good, they were kinda small so those aren’t for sharing. I didn’t think I’d say this but a combination of shawerma and salad went well.
I ordered both Saj Shamera Beef and Saj Shawerma Chicken, then I ordered the normal bread shawerma to compare. The results were clear, I would definitly go for the saj shamwera on my next order. It’s larger, more meat inside, the saj is sometimes crispy and overall tasted great. Photo of the saj chicken shawerma in the gallery below.
To my pleasant surprise they also served Tirmisu and Red Velvet Mousse for dessert. I’ve never had a shawerma and finished it off with Tirmisu before. I would strongly recommend their desserts, which also include Oreo Trifle, Caramel Latte and Chocolate Mousse.
To Order Call # 2372 2580 or 97304952
Talabat Page: Mearmesh
There are a lot of apps out there which allow you to pay your bills/top up, this one however has two things I like. First is the simple user interface, tap on the telecom, fill in your information and pay. The other part that I like is the fact that you can also purchase iTunes and Google Play prepaid cards right from the app.
I don’t get why I’m the only one who never feels the earthquakes. According to Kuwait News Agency the earthquake took place on the 21st of March at around 2pm and was felt in the southwestern region. It was of a magnitude of 4.5 which was less than the earthquake last year that was of a magnitude of 6.5.[Source]
I’m sure many like me, when they were kids, wanted to solve the mystery of how the government changes the street light bulbs. They were just too high for any human to reach. Well while I was driving and saw this for the first time my childhood question hit me, thought I’d take a photo and share. Some of my childhood’s mysteries are now ruined.
After I wrote about IKEA’s plans to sell wireless charging furniture next month, I also got in touch with IKEA through an agency, wanted to know when this will be available in Kuwait. Must say I’m disappointed they will be releasing it next year (likely April 2016). There’s also a small chance it will be October this year but I wouldn’t bet on it.
According to leaked documents the Samaung Galaxy S6 will start at KD 210 for the 32GB and KD 235 for the 64GB, unfortunately it appears they won’t be officially releasing the 128GB version in Kuwait. While the Samsung Galaxy Edge will go for KD 250 for 32GB and KD 275 for 64GB. I feel both are overpriced.
When the Galaxy S3 was released in Kuwait it was for KD 189, while the Galaxy S4 was for KD 202. Two hundred Kuwaiti Dinars would be the max I would pay for an Android phone, while the Edge is selling for KD 275. It’s also worth considering Samsung has been losing market share drastically and the prices aren’t helping them gain anything back.