You might know Lumba Inc from their games, Desert Tycoon, Temsa7 Arma and Trival Rivals. They’re a San Francisco based mobile gaming company founded by Kuwaiti entrepreneur Abdullah Alzabin. They’re offering a full-scholarship to cover the tuition fee of KD 2,450 to join Coded Spring Bootcamp. I see this as a very valuable opportunity for students. You can apply [here]
For last Friday’s family gathering we ordered catering from Diner and things went pretty well. The staff will install their station where you want it to be, as long as there’s a plug close by. The burgers were good, staff was friendly, and their pricing was very reasonable. The Havana burger was my favourite, it’s the one I recommend.
There basic package is good for 10 – 13 people and includes:
- 10 Burgers (original,Havana,or creamy mushroom)
- 10 Chicken Fillet ( original , buffalo , or RGM )
- 10 fries (regular , andalous, or moster )
- 18 Pieces of Chicken Tenders
Price: 75 KD
You can play around the package, for example we removed 5 chicken fillets and added 10 more burgers, which understandably increase the price of the package a bit.
I also reviewed Diner’s restaurant 2 years back, to read the review click [here].
To call and reserve catering from Diner call or Whatsapp 95583213
I have been following Diner’s instagram account for a while now from decorating the place to trying different recipes. They’re almost done and will be opening their doors this week. Located downstairs at AlTejaria Tower. The place is small but cosy, the interior is all original wood which for me added value to the place.
The burger is as good as it looks, called The Havana. Contains a mix including Cuban spices which are pretty strong so it’s not for everyone, they offer 3 other burgers worth trying. The restaurant is also going to have chicken and turkey sandwiches but will be focused on the burgers.
I also tried some of their cookies, the one above is their Cadbury Cookies which is definitely worth trying. The cookie dough they use is unique because it’s their own mix, the dough tastes different and might need some time getting used to. There’s a big list of cookie recipes they have planned including coconut cookies.
The place is owned by 2 Kuwaiti guys and is not a franchise, which makes me want to support it more. They worked hard to supply quality beef and chicken so kudos to them. I’ll be passing by every now and then to try something new on their menu.