Restaurants Eat Out

  • Koko's Restaurant lovesART wrote: Founded in 1955, Koko Restaurant offers diners a variety of International cuisine options. From grilled meat and poultry dishes to seafood, Koko Restaurant is not to be missed. The exterior is bright and welcoming and the interior is cozy with wood tables and intricate wall and ceiling detail. Koko Restaurant also provides catering services for business meetings, parties and other special events. More >>
  • Kasr El Shouq newtocairo wrote: Kasr El Shouq restaurant specializes in Egyptian and Oriental cuisine. Hot and cold appetizers include eggplant dip, spinach sambosak and falafel. The menu also features koshary, kofta, stuffed pigeon and roasted duck. Try one of Kasr El Shouq's famous casserole grills served with vegetables and rice. There is a special menu for children, as well as a play area. Servers are friendly and prompt. More >>

Bakery & Pastry Shops

  • Delight Sweet House nano wrote: I love their sweets. It's an elegant bakery. Try their date cake, it's more than delicious. More >>
  • La Pomme Pastry Wassily wrote: La Pomme pastry, I have had a lot of past experience with it across the years. It serves eastern sweets, cakes and chocolate. They had a very good offer where you buy a large set of coupons, which consists of different coupons with different offers and discounts. It was a great money saver, and I used all of the coupons on special occasions or when I felt like eating something sweet. Quality of the food there is high, and not expensive. They also serve eastern Pizza and Italian pizza and pastries. I only tried the eastern pizza and it was ok, but I still prefer to buy sweets rather than pizza or pastries from la Pomme. More >>

Cafes and Coffee Shops

  • Costa Coffee emam wrote: One of my favourite cafes in Alexandria ... I recommend its delicious Brownies and my personal favourite hot drink Cinnamon Latte Great view of the sea ... overall it;s a wonderful place to go More >>
  • Cilantro Wassily wrote: Cilantro Gam3et el Dowal is my favorite Cilantro of them all. It's cozy and friendly. Service staff is very friendly and helpful; they will always help you in anything you need. Menu is great with a lot of variety and it has the best value for your money. Place is clean, so you can eat and drink their with a clear mind about their hygiene. I have never had anything but a pleasant and joyful experience there. Totally recommended to anyone who has a great taste in coffee and needs an excellent place to enjoy his coffee and other awesome drinks. More >>


  • Sakkara Country Club fido wrote: Sakkara Country club is located right along the desert line just north of Abou Sir Pyramids (Sakkara Step Pyramids are just south of Abou Sir). i've been a member there for years and the past couple of years have been under new ownership which are really turing the club around - currently new and large infinity pools are being put in, the restaurant is being refurbished, the rooms were gutted and completely redesigned and there are other grand plans. So, if you would like a relaxing spot to hang out in on the weekends... swim, ride horses, play tennis, rent quads .... Sakkara Country Club is a great place, particularly for families. The kitchen staff is new and the food is very good while also reasonably priced. The grand opening is likely going to be after Ramadan so if your planning on joining a club, check it out then More >>
  • Wadi Degla ODDA wrote: It's a special club, although it's small (a bit) but it's very good and quiet. I visit it from time to time. More >>

Playgrounds & Amusement Parks

  • Kee Action Sports - Paint Ball Sal wrote: Great Sport and the best of all is the fact that they have 2 fields to play in. You must play the 2 fields or visit the new 3000 SQM New Field @ Al-Obour in Al-Obour City. More >>
  • Al Azhar Park newtocairo wrote: This inner city manmade oasis boasts four five-star restaurants offering spectacular views and excellent cuisine. The Lakeside Café, overlooking Mohamed Ali's mosque, offers light meals, snacks, desserts and coffee. The Ayubid Cafe takes in the entire expanse of foliage and greenery serving café-style food. Alain LeNotre lives up to its Parisian tradition of fine pastries, adding an oriental touch of Lebanese dishes and the panorama of Old Cairo. The more formal Citadel View Restaurant specializes in Oriental cuisine served ala carte or buffet style. Service in all venues is polite and professional. More >>

Cinemas & Theaters

  • Golden Stars Cinema AdoniS wrote: Yes, very comfortable seats.. but I would suggest you to have a jacket because it might be a bit chilly.. at least for me. More >>
  • El Amir Cinema momo wrote: Your cinema is fantastic. It is easy to reach and it is the best cinema because it is very close to my home. Watching movies has become much easier for me. The movies viewed are the recent ones and the best. You also bring movies from the outside, which I really love. You are suitable for any family to go and watch a movie together. Your ticket price is very suitable for all people and services are good. I love you very much, as does my family. We wait until any vacancy comes so that we can all go there together. More >>

Fitness Centers

  • Pro Center Health Club salah wrote: Pro center is one of the most expert and targeted gym in Egypt. They have very good trainers and a lot of machines and every machine have a touch screen to access the internet and enjoy the surfing while playing. They have very good doctors for those who want to know how to lose weight and know the percentage of the fats and muscles and water in their bodies. Their prices are normal and are low for all the options available in the gym. They have a swimming pool and massage and the doors of the gym open by your finger print. More >>
  • Algotherm Red Sea Thalasso & Spa Mohamed Salah wrote: A friend of mine recommended this SPA and told me it is the best in Hurghada. So i thought i could use some massage. I went there and had a 50 minutes massage and was not disappointed at all. The massage was more than perfect. After the massage i thought that it is over and time to go back but i discovered something very nice, i was allowed to use all the facilities in the SPA: 1. Thalasso whirlpool, for those who don't know it is a special kind of medical salt that treat the skin. 2. Sauna 3. Steam 4. Jaccuzi 5. Aroma bath 6. Turkish bath 7. Relaxing room, it is a room where there is very dimmed lights, light music, and herbal drinks only no tea no coffee So it turned out after the massage that i could actually do a "day use" inside this SPA... AMAZING!!! Simply one of the best SPA's all over Egypt. Big time! Price for all of the above including 50 minutes massage was about 300 pounds... I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for relaxation.... More >>


  • Mandara Spa Family man wrote: Update to my previous review; I recently went again to Mandara spa and the place itself as well as the massage is still one of the best in Egypt. I had a 90 minutes sports massage and the massage really went deep into my knots and I felt refreshed and relaxed afterwards. The lady was really great. However the small things often make a big difference and the towels and bathrobes smelled really bad and even after exchanging them the replacement also smelt really bad. The very nice Thai lady who brought us the towels smelled them herself and the face she made when she smelled them said it all. I almost laughed. She explained that the laundry service of the hotel is not working properly!!!! WHAT? I wonder what they do with all their sheets. Not a nice thought. Besides that you take of (almost) all of your clothes to get a massage and then you walk to the massage room from your locker room. They used to have the one time slippers that all 5 star hotels have in their rooms but this time they had a pair of plastic slippers that really looked as if they had been worn by a construction worker for years. No way am I going to put my feet in those. I guess the times are hard and they need to save where they can but saving on towels and slippers is not the right place. It really ruins the whole mood. More >>
  • Mandara Spa Marie Lou wrote: One day suffering from a case of “Pharaonic Phatigue “I decide to pay a visit to the Mandara Spa in the Marriott Hotel. Relaxation starts when you step in to the foyer where you are offered a tray containing tea, a warm scented towel to refresh yourself and the list of treatments to choose from. The decor is tasteful Asian, the lights are dim, and a lovely citrusy fragrance and soothing music waft in the air. Even under the closest scrutiny what is most remarkable about the spa is the cleanliness, it is spotless. Once you have picked out your choice of treatment an attendant escorts you to a changing and shower room, then to the area where it will be administered. The same serene, tasteful decor and outstanding cleanliness is present all over the spa. I had a Moroccan bath and a rejuvenating facial both executed by a tiny Asian technician with hands surprisingly strong when giving a body massage and as light as butterflies when working on facials. The experience was a vacation within a vacation and worth every penny. Always best to call ahead to make an appointment and specify what you want done so they can set up and be ready for you when you arrive. More >>


  • Haytham & Salah Pharmacy Sha Sha wrote: This is a really convenient pharmacy for shopping if you're at the Grand Mall. It's quite large and has just about everything you'd expect to find in one of the pharmacy chains in North America. The drug counter has knowledgeable staff who speak fluent English (if you require this) and offer advice and suggestions relative to what you're buying. More >>
  • Seif Pharmacies newtocairo wrote: The pharmacy counter at Seif is usually very busy and quite often others try to budge in front of me. However, I lucked out on my last visit, as I was the only customer. Plus, I actually found parking in front of the store! The pharmacist who helped me spoke English, making the process fast and easy. I gave him the name of my prescription (plus a list of generics as back-up) and he was able to find an equivalent. He was knowledgeable about the drug, making sure it did not contain a drug I am allergic to. Parking is usually a hassle. More >>


  • Chiro Practic Clinic - Dr. Hesham Atta fido wrote: I've been exercising for most of life and in the process I have managed to injure my back several times. Typically my back injuries have been in the lower back and every time the injury reoccurred i was basically out of the gym for several weeks ... until i met Dr. Atta... Dr. Atta diagnosis the affected area quickly and gets to work. He is a chiropractor, among other things, and has access to all of the essentials for back related pain and muscle injuries including ultrasound. Generally, in my case, a few back-to-back 15 minute sessions is all it takes to solve the problem and put me back in the gym. I highly recommend Dr. Atta and aside from being very good at what he does, he is also very personable. More >>
  • Neuro Med fawzym wrote: I had a snoring problem and went to the sleep care clinic. I did a sleep study and found that I also have mild sleep apnea. I strongly recommend them. More >>

Hospitals & Medical Centers

  • Ghaly's Medical Group Family man wrote: This review is not so much about the quality of Ghaly Medical Center as I never got the chance to try it out. My wife had set an appointment with a dermatologist for our 2 year old daughter at 4.30 pm and she had repeatedly asked if the doctor comes on time which she was assured that she does. I was there with my 2 year old daughter at 4.25 pm and was asked to sit and wait which is fine. After app. 15 minutes a lady came and asked me to follow with her to across the street. I thought this is not too bad, only 10 minute delay. I was then asked to sit down again and wait. I asked how much longer it would be and I was told 5 minutes. Again I thought this is still ok. After another 10 minutes I again asked how much longer it would be and this is when I was told that the doctor was on his way. He wasnt even there yet but I was assured that he lived in Maadi and would be here shortly. This continued for 45 minutes after which I left without seeing anyone. Please explain to me why his time is more important than mine or that of my daughter. I am baffled by the lack of ability to manage time by many doctors in Egypt. Why even bother setting appointments if you already know that you will not be able to keep them. Is it really that difficult to manage? Most other people seem to be able to manage so why not doctors. The 1 star rating I am giving is because I was constantly being told 5 more minutes and in the end did not see the doctor. More >>
  • Cleopatra Hospital Family man wrote: I have visited Cleopatra hospital twice. Once as a patient myself and once as a close relative of a patient. Both times things have actually gone well. The rooms are simple but clean and the staff there is friendly, smiling and not expecting a tip every time they say hello. Of course any hospital stay as either a patient or the stay of a close family member is never a pleasant experience but both times the treatment was successful and tolerable. I would recommend though fixing the TV antenna as all channels are very poor in quality and filled with TV static. More >>

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