30
Jun

postedbyYousef

There is this tiny little restaurant in Movenpick Hotel called Al Dente. It can easily be overlooked by everybody who hasn’t been in and ate one of its various dishes. Its little, the decoration is so so, and its in Movenpick. As you can see the odds that can come between you and one of the better italian restaurants in Kuwait.

I’ve been to this restaurant countless times. I like it because its not crowded, its consistent and I can have the pasta my way, which is a thing I really appreciate in an italian restaurant. I always order their pasta (whatever kind I feel like when I visit) with the cream sauce, I love heir cream sauce, its heavy so I always make sure that I stay away from any kind of appetizers just to make enough space for the main course. Recently my friend introduced me to a new kind of creamy sauce, it’s pink, a mixture of white and red sauce (I think they call it rosa?). Anyway, I usually ask the chef to be generous when using olive oil and garlic while making the pasta. (I just ate a pizza, I’m really not happy describing food).

The service is excellent and friendly. The atmosphere is nice, not great. The place is small and chances are everybodys gonna hear your conversations (but that happens everywhere in Kuwait coz Kuwaitis have it in their blood to eavesdrop, so it’s ok).

Score: 4 Out of 5.

Al Dente is located in Movenpick Hotel in Shuwaikh’s Free trade zone, near Villa Moda. Phone # 4610033.

 

This entry was posted on Monday, June 30th, 2008 at 7:35 am

10 Responses to “Al Dente Italian Restaurant | Movenpick”

  1. Ansam says:

    I tried it a couple of times… it did not cut it for me! For good Italian food try Italos at the Avenues, for light healthy Italian try Crostini (same strip where burger hub and slider station are)

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  2. Mishary says:

    ebthemetek inta ehnaak wetsawey review 7ag ma6a3em ehny!!! 3ayal ana shasawey ! ๐Ÿ˜› law sema7t kel wa7ed lah deraa o esawer coverage 3alaihaa ๐Ÿ˜›

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  3. Ali says:

    wenta shmga3dk bl maktab !! mako meeting ๐Ÿ˜›

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  4. master says:

    ee wallah saj mishary …ekhtara3t 3abali radait , gelt kelesh ma teswa safritik etha rdiat… tawik wasil swaisra.

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  5. Intlxpatr says:

    I agree with Ansam – I vote for Crostini for light, and Ricardo for heavy!

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  6. P says:

    lol, I’m kuwaiti and I never eavesdrop.

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  7. powder says:

    i love this place , its so cosy and quiet , and i love theire pasta , i kinda mix it with ceasar salad , its great

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  8. Yousef says:

    Ansam Crostini? never heard of it.. its on my to do list! :) thanks. and I love italos ๐Ÿ˜€

    Mishary hal review kint basaweeh wana bilkuwait bs NISAITA o tawny tethakarta :mrgreen:

    master hehehe la bismila tawny atayt!

    Intlxpatr I like Ricardo good pastas over there, but I really feel out of place sometimes ๐Ÿ˜€

    P you can’t escape it, this talent will pop outta nowhere one day lol tethakarny 3ad ๐Ÿ˜›

    powder its a nice little restaurant :) but for me, I go there just for their pasta dish and nothing else..

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  9. TACOBELL_q80 says:

    hi shloon el ma63aamm bsara7a wedii aroo7la ma zojtii shawagtnii 3alaih o ana a7eb el akel el italii

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