There is definitely a surplus of fine dining places when it comes to different cuisines. But let’s say one evening you feel like a date night but don’t want tiny morsels on the big plate. In no way do I mean to offend any of the gorgeous fine dining boutiques but when it comes to burgers, I am biased.
If you did read this review I did 2 years ago (wowwww just feels like I started yesterday though!), it is a no brainer that I am on a lookout for a decent dine in place that is dedicated to burgers and this week has just been amazing – 2 burger joints back to back. Although, I will review one of the places next month, I did a little sneak peek for you on Zomato – read more about it here!
Anyway, coming back to the restaurant that I will be raving about in my post today, ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the new sensation in the D-town and close to my heart (it’s from Kuwait) – Burger Boutique.
Wanting to review this gem since the longest I can remember, the perfect blend of Italian – French cuisine with a fantabulous bakery.
On my various visits, I’ve enjoyed their pizzas the most as well as the lasagne. I’ve to mention their kid friendly cutlery is a special touch and definitely a huge positive for a parent.
A few days before I’d an invite to sample some of the gorgeous dishes put together by the chef for a food bloggers dinner event hosted by Qatar Living as a celebration of completing 10 successful years in the country. It was a pleasure meeting some wonderful food bloggers alongside the warm staff at French Olive and Qatar Living. We were given a personalized tour of the restaurant and the open kitchen by the Chef himself.