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29 Oct ’10

Restaurant Design : Saso | Kuwait

Filed under: Restaurants — Sahar @ 5:16 pm

Most people review a restaurant for its food, I know I have a weakness for Saso’s menu, but in this post I will be talking about its design. Saso is a Kuwaiti concept, and I really have to admit I am impressed with the talent Kuwaiti’s have when it comes to food ideas. Partners of MWG Group assigned Pro-design Group for the interior design, the landscaping, and the contracting works. The owners  specified they want high end finishing and design for this particular branch, in the Freezone area by the seaside.


Use of the luxurious back-lit “Onyx” marble has become Saso’s signature as it was used in both Abu Haleefa and the Freezone locations.In this venue, copper was the “key” finish used. The rustic look gave a unique aspect because of how “alive” copper can be. Copper can change with time in a way that reveals “maturity” and certain “marriage” with its surroundings. The owners wanted warm colors, unconventional design, mood lighting, high end and beautifully designed furniture, and this is what the outcome exactly was. A luxurious yet cozy and trendy hang-out with a vast outdoor deck which compliments the elegance of the interior. All furniture is either Italian or Spanish. The amazing view and calm area is something to look forward to when dining there. The nice twist to this approach was offering their high standard “food and mood”  at very reasonable prices. They were clear, they want EVERYONE to enjoy Saso.


It would not be fair if we don’t conclude this post with some of their amazing dishes, you can check their website or facebook page for more details.

For information about design, contracting, and furniture above contact Pro-design group on :

email: [email protected]    tel: +965 22462460/1   fax: +965 22462466

Locations and numbers of all Saso branches:

TEL: +965 222 51 824
TEL :+965 22 47 68 52
TEL: +965 237 199 36


  1. Nice. was the furniture ready made from the store or custom for SASO?

    Comment by Yousuf Maimoon — 29 Oct ’10 @ 5:34 pm

  2. Actually it was imported , the indoor furniture from Spain and the outdoor from Italy.

    Comment by Sahar — 29 Oct ’10 @ 5:43 pm

  3. I was there few hours ago lol 😀

    what a lovely restaurant, thank for sharing all this.

    Comment by ims85 — 4 Nov ’10 @ 12:54 am

  4. Thank you for sharing your experience 🙂

    Comment by Sahar — 5 Nov ’10 @ 6:20 pm

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