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OK, so we’re westerners. But we like to venture out into the world of local cuisine. Every local told us that the best koshari (Egyptian national dish) was served here. They were right. We’ve had it a few times and love it, but they make...More
When you hear the sound of your stomach rumbling, ring the dinner bell and go to El Zaeem Restaurant. The food is enjoyable, the price is reasonable and the portions are large. It is a short walk from nearby hotels. The restaurant was full for...More
For tourists is hard to find: hidden on the second floor above a take-away.
Don't expect anything fancy, just good Egyptian food. Please try a kushari (a mix of rice, noodles, lentils onions an tomata sausage).
We stumbled on this restaurant by accident, but what a great find! The food is top notch, the staff are incredibly friendly to all, and for the traveller the menu has an english version. Plenty of locals are about which is a sure sign, and...More
Average, but based on one experience only. Went for chicken shawarma sandwich. Really cheap, I think around 30 pounds. It was ok. Pretty small and had nothing special...regular Egyptian shawarma. Would maybe go again to try other food especially the koshery.
FYI : Egyptian shawarma...More
Been twice, around 2pm each time. Koshary was delicious and filling, 15 per medium serve. They serve other things but we didn't try anything else. Friendly service in a laid back atmosphere, massive fan to keep everyone cool. Go up the small stairs to the...More
We went there because of good reviews
We ordered one medium koshari, one piece of chicken and two smal cans of pepsi
Food was average, with chicken came some pickles and pita and few meters behind us they are renovating the restaurant with circular saw,...More