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Cairo Kitchen is a new restaurant concept in Egypt that serves up traditional home-cooking in a fresh, contemporary setting. We offer a menu that combines some of the classics of Egyptian home-cooking and the country’s ubiquitous street cuisine, with an original salad bar that takes a fresh approach to local produce, serving it in new and creative ways. We’re paying homage to Egypt’s rich culinary traditions by proposing a new way of presenting and serving these “golden oldies” while staying true to the traditional recipes and ingredients. With bold interiors created by Egyptian architect and designer, Hassan Abouseda, the restaurant is a modern twist on Egypt’s traditional culture.
We had a quick meal here one weekday evening. There was one other couple in there so not cramped as others have experienced. We had straightforward veggie Koshary and drinks which was good with nice crispy onions. Service charge and taxes were combined and came...More
We came here for a late dinner after arriving in cairo, it was walking distance of our hotel (Marriott). The portions were huge, the food was generally very good and came out fast. the staff was friendly.
As the old saying goes: “don’t judge a book by its cover” this highly applies to Cairo Kitchen as while the food was tasty, the restaurant is too small to be comfortably seated and the table and silverware were not clean. Good food for a...More
This nice small cookery has traditional egyptian dishes for good prices. It is the kind of place a local would know. could be somewhat cleaner, but no big problem. Overall decent and friendly place. The food was very good.
I am a great fan of Cairo Kitchen since its establishment. Fast forward a few years.
On a week day decided to walk in to figure out if they still operational? It does not even look like it’s open for business.
Sadly, the salads are...More
We have visited with my family, we ordered large koshry (in photo), cheese fteer, oven makroni, chicken with molokhya and rice and finally hawawashi. The food was below average .. I was so much disappointed from the koshry as if they didn’t eat any before?!...More
This is a place you can go to if you want to try Egyptian food that’s not from the street or at and extremely overpriced restaurant. They have a little drink bar with a few choices with free refills. It’s a small place, you get...More
The food was okish. I had the koshrey. I’ve tasted this dish elsewhere better. What I found was the staff absolutely rude. They were too busy on there phone! Also when I paid my receipt stated service charge INCLUDED and as they do here in...More