I've already written about how we avoid fast food outlets in Kuwait (and everywhere else), so now I'll write about a place where we do go to eat every now and then - the old souq in Kuwait city. Here, not only do you get mouthwatering traditional middle eastern food like humous, lots of olives, special salty pickles, lots of veggies, a cheese whose name I don't know (but it's really good!), enormous wads of flat bread, and grilled lamb or chicken covered in some kind of yellow spice that I can't identify. You get it on real dishes. Only the beverages are served in plastic cups (they're not allowed to serve them in glasses outdoors).
Here is where you sit. I think we were the only westerners there that day. Oh, and the menu is all in Arabic and the waiters don't speak English, so for non-Arabic speakers, the best way to order is to just point to the things that the people at the table next to you have ordered.
And best of all, what is possibly Kuwait's only playground that is new and in good condition is right next to the eating area!