One of the most “occidental” cafés in Cairo, it's interesting everytime you need a break from the city. Its public is mostly from expats but also local high society. The food is not bad, the espresso is one of the best in Cairo. The staff is very kind and professional. The atmosphere is quite nice, not too noisy nor crowdy except on “week-end rush hours”, AC is usually set at a reasonable temperature. Smoking and no-smoking areas are totally separated. The music could be better (it's always the same commercial european or american stuff).
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