RECOMMENDED RESTAURANTS & BARS – The search engine will provide countless threads on this. Vegetarians & Vegans are well catered for. The same names will come up time & time again.

Egyptians love children & they are warmly welcomed everywhere.


Camel Bar, Roof & Terrace - 3 Different Bars, 2 Delicious Menus, 1 Great Atmosphere!!! - Great Views, Sports, Karaoke, Resident DJ's or just relax and chillout - Camel Dive Club & Hotel

Pomodoro Restaurant - Italian Restaurant - Camel Dive Club & Hotel 

Tandoori - Indian Restaurant - Camel Dive Club & Hotel

Dananeer Steak House (most steak houses will have a varied menu, including fish too that is on display outside)

La Fleur – on the prom at the back of the Jolie Ville Resort & Casino. Bit more expensive than some in Sharm but very nice setting & lovely food.

Viva Beach – on the prom, in front of the Red Sea Dive School. Varied menu, fish, steak, pasta, snacks. (own website) 

Fifty Bar - Brit-type pub with sports TV & karaoke ~ same management as Viva; part of the Viva Group. It's under the Sultana Restaurant, Na'ama Promenade & on their website.

Tepenyaki in the Marriott hotel ( just along the prom from the Hilton Fayrouz). They put on a show as they cook your food in front of you, it's a bit pricey but top quality food.

China House (ensure you see the drinks menu though)

Thai restaurant in the same building.

Fairuz Lebanese nr China House & the Thai.

Hard Rock Cafe



Pizza Hut



Tche Tche - between Camel Bar & Dananeer; great Cappuccino & shisha pipes are popular here.

The "On Deck" a la cart restaurant – at the Iberotel Lido; the only floating restaurant in the Naama Bay sea .  The restaurant is located at the end of Naama Bay; approx 15 minutes walking through the main walkway /entrance of Naama Bay. Transportation is available against prior reservation. The Restaurant is located directly inside the open water of the sea and open7 days a week, as from 7:30PM till 11:PM. BBQ Buffet is also offered every Monday; and Egyptian Buffet every Thursday, as well as the ala cart service. 

Tam Tams – on the prom at the back of Ghazala Gardens – Oriental / Egytian.

Little Buddha


Oonas Dive Club along the prom.


Underground Bar – under the Tavern / supermarket – Opens at 7am for an English breakfast & continues thru the day / eve.

Tavern Bar – only British bar in Naama Bay .. With big screen premiership football and also kareoke on thursday and saturday . Home Style British good pub grub. Open from 10a.m. till 3a.m.

Abu El Sid  - Egyptian


Fares – Old Market

Sinai Star (good fish) – Old Market

El Masrien – Old Market

El Fanara Italian

Cilantros - coffee shops; also in Na'ama


Terrazina (on the beach)

Alf Leila Wa Leila – plenty of shops & eateries in this complex; English-speaking shows on Sat eves.


Viva Bar - Karaoke

Bus Stop

St George’s Bar Brit-style pub

Blendz Bar & Cafe (on the beach between Tropicana Sea Beach Splash and Regency Plaza) (May be closed)

Jive Bar

Bar One - British owned modern bar and restaurant

Three Crowns - British owned pub with food and sports 

Union Jack - British owned pub with food, sports, karaoke, quiz night, ladies night etc


El Masrien

Burger King


Peking Restaurant



La Strada – several cafés, eateries & shops

Virus Natraj Indian Restaurant SSH Traditional Indian cuisine in a stylish & modern setting. La Strada Mall, opposite Metro supermarket.  


Queen Vic – Brit-style pub ~ far end

Bombay (Indian) Zen (Chinese) & Saffron (Eastern) Mai Thai (Thai) restaurants, all next to each other at one end of the Square 

Mövenpick waffles & ice cream bar.

Several cafés

More restaurants at the Sierra Hotel end of the square, near the Queen Vic Pub.