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Cairo restaurants

Not even the Arabian Nights storytellers could muster much enthusiasm for Cairo's food, which lacks the variety, complexity, and refinement of the court cuisine of Morocco and Tunisia, but there are satisfying meals to be had here, for all budgets. While grand hotels put the emphasis on Western and Asian cuisine, the city's trendiest restaurants focus on the region's culinary heritage. Though Egypt is a largely Muslim country, it has always enjoyed a reputation for worldly pleasures, and a growing number of local beers and wines are on offer. (Still, during Ramadan your waiter may put an unopened can of non-alcoholic beer next to your drink—whatever it may be—as a mark of piety.)

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Sequoia, Cairo

Among Cairo's many Nile-side establishments, Sequoia, a tented restaurant on the northern end of Zamalek island, stands out for the quality of its food and the...more

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Nubian Village, Cairo

With so many Cairene hotel restaurants cranking out workaday Italian, French, or international fare, the Grand Hyatt scores big by devoting one of its ten...more

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Golden Pharaoh, Giza

Yes, the whole dinner cruise idea is a bit cheesy, but it's a classic Cairo experience—for both locals and tourists—and it's actually fun. And if...more

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Fishawi's, Cairo

They don't serve food, but Fishawi's, the famous 200-year-old coffee shop in an alley of the Khan El-Khalili, is a good place to take a break from shopping and...more

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Felfela, Cairo

A local favorite with a vaguely kitschy decor of hanging plants, skylights, and little tables made from tree trunks. The menu is an excellent introduction to...more

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Citadel View Restaurant, Cairo

Inaugurated in 2005 under the auspices of the Aga Khan Foundation, Al-Azhar Park sits atop a reclaimed medieval garbage dump just east of the wall marking the...more

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Café Riche, Cairo

First opened in 1908, and renovated in 2007, the Café Riche is a time capsule of Cairo salon society that has survived the schizophrenic deluge of American...more

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Abou Tarek, Cairo

Despite the incursion of McDonald's and Pizza Hut, the most popular fast food in Egypt remains koshari, a delicious, hot, filling salad of short-grained rice,...more

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Abou El Sid, Cairo

The tremendously popular (and noisy) Abou El Sid is a nostalgic ode to Egyptian comfort food and Cairo's prerevolutionary heyday. The original, best-loved...more

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