Copper Chimney Experience @The_Avenues

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How many Indian places we have in Kuwait to dine in? Un-countable actually but which are the best ones? They are very rare, the good Indian restaurants in Kuwait and one of them I’ve discovered last week whenI went with my father and Jana to have lunch in The Avenues, we saw cope Chimeny restaurant. We were greeted by a nice staff and we chose a table close to the entrance because Jana wanted to see the fountain 😛

I swear in just 30 minutes the place was FULL HOUSE and a waiting list started. I’m not surprised that people actually want to wait for a while just to dine in this place.

My dad started his meal with a chicken corn soup which he loved a lot. Then for appetisers we ordered Potata Tawa and it turned out to be Heavenly delicious and I highly recommend it. Really good.

Then the main dishes were Gosht Parda Biryani and Morgue Makhni. All were really really good especially the Parda Biryani, I loved the taste and how it was presented to us.

When you are in the avenues, you have to try this place.

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3 thoughts on “Copper Chimney Experience @The_Avenues

  1. Looks so good and delicious!

  2. HASSAN

    i love your reviews and pics you take but WHY dont you include the prices??

    • Coz I have to memorize all the prices and it’s kinda difficult with all the posts I have. Also I don’t post immediately, it takes almost a week to post about a restaurant, so by then I’d forgotten all the prices 🙂 Anyways, in this restaurant the bill came around 15kd! Hope that was useful.

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