Four Seasons Now Open

Post by Mark

I just got back from having dinner at Dai Forni, the new Italian restaurant at the newly opened Four Seasons Hotel. The hotel just opened up a couple of days ago along with the restaurants Dai Forni, Elements, Al Bandar and Al Soor lobby lounge.

Dai Forni is currently fully booked for the next 5 days because of Eid, but you could call and reserve spots for after Eid. Sintoho the Pan-Asian restaurant is still not open for now but will be opening in the next 2-3 weeks.

Four Seasons is located in Kuwait City opposite Discovery Mall [Google Maps] and their instagram account is @fskuwait. Their phone number is 22006000.

For more pictures of the hotel, check out my previous post [Here]

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12 comments, add your own...

  1. Fouad says:

    What is the price range? How was the taste?

    • Mark says:

      Price is in the upper scale, most dishes were between 6-10kd, with a few over 10. The stuff I tried was good, but didn’t have anything that was like a must have. Will be heading back after Eid to try some more stuff off the menu.

  2. Hamad says:

    I hope you make a full on conventional review next time where you showcase what you ordered and rate different aspects to what the restaurant is good/bad at.

    • Mark says:

      yup i will, last night i was just enjoying the company of my friends. i’ll go back after eid probably during the day and do a proper review

  3. Salah says:

    Not gonna lie, Starbucks is what I’m excited about.

  4. 3azeez says:

    what the hell is dai fomi?!

    I suppos it’s fully booked because the owners are sending invitations for publicity?!

  5. TA says:

    I went last week and really enjoyed it. I have to say the little pasta “purse” with spinach ricotta and asparagus/peas inside was delicious. The Wagyu beef was also outstanding. I hate pink beef that is all leaky and bloody, but this wasn’t and it was so tender. We were a large group trying several different items so the chef came out and carved and plated the beef at our table. It was a very nice touch. Of course that wouldn’t happen if only one person ordered. The wood fired pizza was nice as well. There is definitely a lack of “proper” Italian restaurants in Kuwait. This is high-end though, not “spaghetti and meatballs like mama used to make”.

  6. Jonathan says:

    Sintoho is now open

  7. Yazi says:

    Tried it but I felt the prices were expensive and the food was average.

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