Richard’s Coffee, A Pop-up Cafe

Post by Mark


Coffee places are becoming the new thing in Kuwait which I don’t mind since we really need to move on from our burger joints craze. As I’ve mentioned before on the blog, I’m not a coffee drinker but, I do like coffee shops and what I found interesting about Richard’s Coffee is that it’s a pop-up.


Starting from tomorrow (Thursday, March 17th), Richard’s Coffee will be located at Bao Cafe for 90 days only. After 90 days? They’ll shutdown and move on to a new location. Bao Cafe is what they’re calling the space next door to Bao the Restaurant, it’s a small empty spot that in 90 days time will be occupied by a new Indian restaurant. But until those 90 days are up, they’ve given the spot to Jarrah, the guy behind the concept Richard’s Coffee. Jarrah is an avid coffee nut who roasts his beans the old fashioned way and is really passionate about his brand. So if you’re a coffee person then you might want to pass by and check his coffees out.

Starting tomorrow and for the next 90 days they’ll be open from 7AM till 10PM except on Fridays when they open from 4PM to 10PM. They’re located right next door to Bao in Sharq, if you don’t know where that is, here is the link on [Google Maps]. They’re also located on instagram @richardscoffeebar.

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11 comments, add your own...

  1. Hipster says:

    As a Hipster admin on reddit, I’m highly offended

  2. Murrka says:

    One superficial copycat after another. Will this part of the world ever think up of anything original?

  3. aaa says:

    That’s a really cool idea

  4. E says:

    Curious on the price point.

    Caffeine and their 2.5KD salted caramel latte, that I finished in two gulps, was more underwhelming than my ex boyfriend.

  5. AbdalSamad says:

    woohoo! more options for the rich!!

  6. rob says:

    crack ed cookin

  7. meh says:

    More first world problems.

  8. anonymous says:

    i personally love Richards, i don’t know about all of you, but the staff is SUPER friendly and the owner is great, and the coffee is on another level of AWESOME!!

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