Help Needed: Which BBQ Service to Choose?



I have been asked to arrange a BBQ for 20 people. Now i am a vegeterian who knows nill about how to BBQ -i BBQ my own paneer cheese and veggies but i doubt the ppl would appreciate that- i must choose a BBQ Service, must be an excellent one, design the menu, and make arrangements for desserts afterwards.

Now after going through Facebook and the Blogsphere i know i have those several choices:

1- Abu Abdulla’s Grills: His food and Arayes are said to be amazing and it’s a no fuss approach to BBQing. But i heard his food is not covered or frozen but i am not sure if thats true or not?

2- Q8 BBQ They have a large variety of marinades and combinatins and they seem to know what they are doing plus you can order online! But again i don’t know about their service or the taste of their food.

3- Munch’s BBQ the most reviewed BBQ service around. I like what i have seen esp. the BBQ pizza. I don’t know how it compares in taste to the other BBQ places though.

4- BBQ @ Home: I like that they come and setup a booth at the dining place but i don’t know about the taste?

5- The Little Oven: Their pictures look good but i never heard anyone reviewing them before so i wouldn’t know the taste?

Have you tried any of the above BBQ services before? Can you recommend any of them? Do you have anymore places that i do not know about? and what desserts do you think complements the BBQ food? Your help is highly and desperately needed… much obliged 😀

34 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by noora on October 20, 2010 at 2:59 PM

    I tried bu abdulla o he was ok!! nothing special honestly.
    try munch, at least shay different with all their pizzas and burgers! unless ur friends are more into sha2af o shish 6awo2 ;p


    • Posted by danderma on October 20, 2010 at 8:37 PM

      3ad galaw inah his food amazing o out of this world?

      hmmm i guess the guests are more carnivores than nazaka… i am not sure though


  2. Posted by Marrakech on October 20, 2010 at 3:16 PM

    i tried both munch and bu abdullah.

    Bu abdullah: food comes covered, he’s really clean. his stuff is more like arabic bbq, ya3ny the best 3arays i ever tasted, kebabs, tekka, shish tawouq, hummus and co.
    if ur goin for this kinda bbqs, go for him, hes the best.

    munch: a7is their portions are 7ada 7ada, 3ndhum burgers, steaks, pizzas, ya3ny its more like western bbq. i read in one of the blogs ena they can arrange dessert catering too, scoop-a-cone chenna..

    all the best! 🙂


    • Posted by danderma on October 20, 2010 at 8:38 PM

      so bu abdullah’s food is covered o clean?

      scoop a cone eh? now thats a thought!

      Thank you very much 😀


  3. Hey Dandooona :*

    I was the one who did their review on ilsul6ana blog back when I was a guest writer:

    I loved it. But one thing to note, if your guests are looking for a traditional BBQ, Munch is not it. Munch offers more of a modern BBQ.Not what a traditional BBQ looks like. You will not have kebabs, big steaks, hot dogs, chicken and meat tikkas. However the wagu steak bites are to die. Burgers very juicy. Juice to kill for!

    If you are ok with that then for sure go for it. And don’t forget to order the Arabic mezze platter. Great for vegeterians. The pizza also is so yummy.


    • Posted by danderma on October 20, 2010 at 8:39 PM

      ee i read ur review 😀 lovely one as usual :*

      no kebabt and sheish 6awooqs?

      i saw the arabic pizza platter it looked yummy! Thanks hon for ur help 😀


  4. Posted by bob on October 20, 2010 at 3:42 PM

    i heard munch was quite nice.


  5. Posted by sara on October 20, 2010 at 3:53 PM

    would love to get a response as well, i have a similar problem a month away. mine is for 10 ppl and its in my tiny apartment. bbqíng will need to take place in the balcony.

    Bo abdulla quite good ive tried his service 3ajeeb akla


    • Posted by danderma on October 21, 2010 at 12:28 PM

      Oh how cute! I never thought i could get a BBQ set up in my apartment but i do have the roof to do so… now that’s an idea!

      Thank you 🙂


  6. Posted by LadyCay on October 20, 2010 at 8:16 PM

    I’m telling u go with Q8 BBQ, cause they’re relative, but honestly i didn’t try them yet :$$


    • Posted by danderma on October 21, 2010 at 12:29 PM

      hehehe d3aya haa 😉

      Thank you hon. Their only problem is that they don’t provide the BBQ set but i don’t see why i can’t have a combination of food from them and elsewhere…


  7. Posted by giggles on October 20, 2010 at 11:03 PM

    try BBQ@HOME akelhom latheeth o their service is good this is their number: 99119912.


  8. Munch is pretty good, especially since they have a big variety of things. To be honest I didnt try BuAbdulla, but is q8BBQ the one that delivers it but doesn’t cook it where u are?

    BTW 3an ur other post (Make up) legait wa7da etyee el bait oo shes not that expensive at all and her make up is nice! Tabeen her contact info?


  9. ambeee munch all the waaay
    i posted about it once , i went crazy over their food and the pizza was GOOD
    its very satisfying


  10. Hi,

    This is an honest & unbiased opinion from a guy who bbqs each & every weekend in the chaleh. We are a group of about 20 guys & we bbq every Friday night, we have tried 80% of all the bbq providers in Kuwait & our breakdown is as follows:

    Munch: Excellent service, on time arrive in the chaleh . They set up everything & they come extremely prepared. The food was good, some items were better than others but overall the food was good. It isn’t your traditional bbq but they have very good grilled pizzas, mini burgers etc…

    Q8BBQ: The most amazing marinades I have ever tired in Kuwait. The owner is very dedicated to his business so everything is very fresh. You have to place the order 48 hours before your delivery date. The secret is all in the marinade. This is probably my favorite place, the only downside is that you have to bbq (I don’t mind that since we enjoy the actual cooking).

    Grillo: These guys come prepared with a Saj station & a deep fryer. They don’t bbq per say, they grill hamburgers, fry chicken nuggets, & fries. Their saj station is nice.

    Bu Abdullah: Very efficient & methodical, his food is fresh & tastes very good. He is very clean. The guys do enjoy his bbqing

    Prime Cuts: This is more of a butcher shop where you can buy freshly ground wagyu burgers (they also deliver), amazing if you know how to cook them correctly.

    If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me.


    • Posted by danderma on October 21, 2010 at 12:35 PM

      OK first of all thank you very much for taking the time to reply.

      Hmmm i think they won’t mind doing the grilling themselves. I heard Q8 bbq’s marinades were amazing but i am not sure if they have the supplies. Maybe i will get bu3bdallah and get more food from Q8 BBq? i would have to check if i can do the mix and match thing…

      Thanks again. Your comment is very helpful 🙂


    • ee wallah khosh comment! wayid mofeed. shawagny 3ala Q8BBQ wallah


  11. Posted by Q80 In Denver on October 21, 2010 at 1:26 PM

    I’ve tried bo 3abdullah, Munch, and BB@home .. here’s what I think

    1- Bo 3abdullah’s 3arayes is so good .. his reyash is forgettable, and his all other mashawee (kabab and stuff are ok)

    2- Munch .. is actually a very very different BBQ atmosphere. the food selections, the presentation and everything about it feels something new .. I loved their mini burgers .. it melts in your mouth! their steaks are really good .. now the drawback.. it’s expensive, you have to choose the quantity before they come and do your bbq, and it’s not the kind of BBQ I would order for (Shabab) la’na rabe3na ekeeela mashallah 😛 it’s more family friendly kind of BBQ.

    3- BBQ@home is not your best bbq from the list yet it’s nice .. really great for the whole family and anyone else .. they prepare everything and place it on the counter .. so it’s like a buffet type.


    • Posted by danderma on October 21, 2010 at 3:01 PM

      Awal shay thank you so much for your comment! Very helpful indeed 🙂

      hmmm so Shabab itha beyathreboon bel khams ma yenfa3 lohom Munch? What about bu3abdalla’s? aklah rahee?


      • Posted by Q80 In Denver on October 22, 2010 at 1:31 AM

        ee etha shabab btenga6ain 3ala 9a’7ar hehehe :p ela chan nazel 3alaich warth oo shagga el mo’7ba ehnee 7achy thany 😛


  12. a7ib bo3abdallah. khosh 3arayis 3inda. a7la 3arayis thigt’hom. netheef o san3. bs mafeeeh tharrat 3ayara. la decoration wala tefelsef. mashawy, plain and simple.

    bil3afya 🙂


    • Posted by danderma on October 21, 2010 at 2:59 PM

      Ee i remember his pictures from your blog… i am torn between him and munch and Q8BBq for now…
      Allah y3afeek and thank you very much 😀


    • Posted by Q80 In Denver on October 22, 2010 at 1:33 AM

      9aaj yousef! 🙂 3araysa jd mn a7la el 3arayes el thegt-hom bel q8! oo ne’6eef!

      bo 3abdullah aklaaa mo bs rahee ela bezeeeed!! bs golela chem 3adadkom oo e3tamday! 😛


  13. Posted by Kinz on October 21, 2010 at 7:02 PM

    Not too many comments on dessert. For something meat-heavy I prefer fruit sorbet, fruit salad and maybe something like a collection of cupcakes for those who want something less acidic, I don’t like buying big cakes unless it’s an occasion like a birthday or anniversary.


    • Posted by danderma on October 22, 2010 at 3:13 PM

      Yeah i noticed that the desserts comments didn’t exist!
      Thats a great idea! A fruit salad or a cold fruit sorbet would complement the BBQ perfectly and would be light enough! Thanks Hon!


  14. Posted by Mohammad on October 25, 2010 at 10:17 AM

    Go with Q8BBQ, the chef is amazing, and they have best marination I have tried in Kuwait.


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