Dikakeen opened there first branch at Salhiya Complex M2. Dikakeen means a group of kiosks in Arabic and is a part of the tapestry of Kuwaiti Culture. The main attraction of the space would showcase of live cooking by Kuwaiti Chefs with their take on local dishes.
Two days ago, I had a chance to choose Dikakeen Restaurant for lunch. Thanks god the place was empty. I ordered Dikakeen mix grill, salad and ’3aybooba Dessert (Chocolate Molten Cake with Sandwich ice-cream, cookies and lotus). Their food is so delicious and tasty. I really loved their food and congratulate the founders of creating this wonderful restaurant. If you haven’t been there yet I really suggest to taste their food. I rate Dikakeen’s food 09/10.