The core of the Cretan cuisine consists of food derived from natural sources. In general, Cretan people consumed seasonal products, available in the wider local area, which underwent minimal processing or none at all. The traditional cuisine was widespread in the island until the 1960s when, with improving living standards, alimentary patterns changed towards more meat and other animal-derived produce.
Fresh and dried fruits, pulses, endemic wild herbs and aromatic plants, and rough cereals, whose cultivation was favored by the regional climate, were consumed in great amounts and constituted the base of the Cretan cuisine during that period. Dairy products were consumed on a daily basis in low to moderate quantities. Poultry and fish were consumed on a weekly basis in moderate quantities, whereas red meat was consumed only a few times a month. The main supply of fat was effectuated by olive oil, which was used not only in salads but also in cooking, unlike the northern European countries which primarily used animal fat. Finally, the most common dessert was yogurt and fresh fruits, while traditional pastry based on honey had been consumed a few times a week.


About us

Estia mas is a Greek cuisine with mostly Cretan recipes from Crete Island as the Chefs home land.

The Restaurant serve Authentic food with simple ingredients that based on olive oil, feta cheese and mountain herbs.

Estia mas is located in crystal tower as the center of Kuwait City.



Dish of the day


Linguine pasta cooked in cream with chicken and mushrooms, topped with parsley and black pepper.

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Mezzanine Floor, Crystal Tower, Ahmed Al-Jaber St., Kuwait City, Kuwait.

Opening hours:

Monday – Saturday
1:00pm – 10:00pm
Sunday Off

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