There is a delicate line to be walked when eating in the middle east. Stick to the "safe" tourist places and you risk missing out on the local fare. Go local, however, and you risk spending the next several days studying the floor tiles and fixtures in your bathroom. Cairo Kitchen is where a lot of expats navigate that line. It has a good array of local foods some with a fancy twist, some traditional, served in a clean environment with friendly staff. If you do not know what you want, walk right up to the service line and ask. If they server does not speak English he will still try to help. I don't know of anyone who has not liked what they ate here. This is not a fancy place, if you order a soda it will be in a can, but don't let that deter you. It is not as funky as Zooba, which is nearby (and a favorite of mine) but its a little less expensive.
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