Oriental Restaurant recently organized a Punjabi food festival at their two locations in Sharq and Salmiya. Popular Indian chef Sweety Singh was brought in to cook and display his culinary art in creating unique Punjabi dishes. The festival was a grand success and received warm appreciation from Indian food lovers in Kuwait.
The Managing Director of Oriental Restaurants and Confectionary, Satish Chandra Shetty, expressed his utmost gratitude to all his loyal patrons who helped make the distinctive Punjabi Food festival a great success. He said, “The response of Indian Punjabi food lovers in Kuwait was overwhelming and was indicated by the huge turnout of guests, comprising of our all-time loyal patrons as well as a big number of new guests who tried our dishes for the first time. They were fully satisfied with their visit and were pleasantly amazed with the distinctive taste, the comfy ambience of Oriental that they are so used to and the impeccable service they’ve come to expect.”
“Some of our customers liked our special Punjabi dishes so much that they came back repeatedly along with new guests. The highlight of this unique festival was when some of our enthusiastic guests and Punjabi food lovers, who especially appreciated the unique preparations of Sweety Singh, expressed their desire to meet the Chef personally and applaud his magical expertise in creating such superb, mouthwatering dishes,” said Mr. Shetty. He expressed his commitment to continue to offer the best of his services to all distinguished clients of Oriental restaurants at all times.
The two Oriental Restaurants in Kuwait are located in Kuwait City and Salmiya, with both featuring a rich menu of Indian, Chinese and Continental specialties. In Kuwait City, the restaurant is located in Sharq, Mubarak Al-Kabeer Street, in Jaza building opposite Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In Salmiya, the branch is located on Hamad Al-Mubarak Street, which is the hub of eateries in the district.
Oriental serves a wide variety of soups, sizzlers, cocktails, main course dishes and desserts from the Indian and Chinese cuisines. Now guests can relish the new Punjabi dishes popularized by Sweety Singh as part of the regular menu at Oriental Restaurant.