Updated List of Speciality Coffee Shops

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I’ve been meaning to post this updated list of coffee shops for a few weeks now but I kept on finding out about more coffee shops so I kept postponing the post. We’ve got so many coffee shops now that we even have two different ones with the same name. I don’t think I’ve missed any places but in case I have, let me know in the comments.

Abu Al Hasania
Dose Cafe
Tripple A Cafe
V60 Coffee Bar

Al Zahra’a

RumorZ Cafe
Wing Cafe

Kuwait City
7 Grams
20 Grams
33 Cafe
Alpha Café
Ark Coffee Co.
ASPRO + PRO Coffee Bar
Awake Coffee
BLAKK Coffee
Bon Coffee
But First Coffee
Caveman Coffee
Cova Specialty Coffee
Dose Cafe
Drip Cafe
His Majesty
Kaffa Kuwait
Kôfē – Espresso Bar
Let’s Coffee
Mood Coffee Bar
Muse Coffeesphere
Muse Espresso Bar
Not Just Coffee
OIA Coffee
OZ Coffee
Pause Coffee
Perhaps Some Coffee
Pirate Cafe
Richard’s Coffee
Savage Coffees
Sisters & Co
Street Cafe
The Breeze Cafe
Three and Barista
Toby’s Estate
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Wish Cafe

Ace Coffee
Made Caffe
OROMO Coffee Bar
Swing Coffee House

Vibes Coffee

Majnoon Qahwa

Amo Cafe

Muse Lounge
Mr Koobs
New Brew Coffee

Boost Cafe
Car Wash Cafe
Force Bar
Keys Coffee Shop
Shuwaikh Coffee
Ves Vas
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Most of the places above opened up in the past 6 months or so. Insane.

Update (13/8/2017): I’ve updated the list above and split them based on their location

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34 comments, add your own...

  1. Deema says:

    There’s a cafe called Urban. Tried their hot chocolate, didn’t like it.

  2. Amal says:

    Three a pretty little place called Etsi Kaf Lab here’s there account http://instagram.com/etsikafelab_kw and another small place called The Breeze Cafe http://instagram.com/thebreezecafe. They are all right next to each other close to HMC

  3. Hamad says:

    Hey Mark, umm.. what is a specialty coffee shop exactly?

  4. 40 specialty coffee shops in Kuwait in less than two years.

    And you go inside one of them and you feel like you’ve been there before because so many of them look identical to each other.

    It’s true what they say about us abroad – Arabs are sheep.

    Still, I’d take any of the ones above over an American chain.

    And a lot of them do serve good coffee.

  5. Yasmine says:

    i spotted one in Symphony the other day, and right next to AUK (Abdullah bin masoud street) a new little one is opening up called New Brew coffee or something along those lines.

    I don’t get the sudden uprise in specialty coffee shops–Another habba?

  6. ALittleLost says:

    The best thing to come out of the influx of “artisanal”coffeeshops is all the new avenues they’re taking with branding and design. Thumbs up to some of the shops for coming up with innovative ways to be different. Not sarcastic btw.

  7. Burhan says:

    What we need is a proper coffee *experience* shop. Somewhere you can also learn about the process and not just take snapchat videos of latte art.

    I think the people behind Arabica are working on something like this.

    Eventually the goal being the shops are a subscription place to get quality coffee peripherals and beans, and then you can prepare it yourself at home (or of course, at the shop there) and enjoy the process as well as the product.

    Right now I think people just go to these places to be seen.

  8. Khaled Al-sabah says:

    theres a cafe that serves artisnal coffee, best i’ve had in q8, Lahojakw

  9. vampire says:

    all this coffee craze happening when I switched to tea! dammit

  10. Rabih Waked says:

    In my humble opinion, the best specialty coffee shop in Kuwait just opened up opposite AUK and next to Symphony Mall in a new restaurants complex called Argan Square.

    Their espresso and lattes are out of this world. The flavor is so different from other places I’ve tried. It seems they also use natural sauces from Le Notre, not the sugary syrupy ones Starbucks and Costa use.

  11. Rabih Waked says:


    Oops I forgot to mention, they are called Coffee Masters and located on the first floor. Their Instagram is coffee_masters_kuwait

  12. Mohamad says:

    Thank you for the amazing information. I was wondering why you did not cover Al Jahra Governorate and Al Ahmadi Governorate?

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