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Eating & drinkingrestauranter & caféer

Sakkala is the modern part of the city, consisting of a long stretch of the most luxurious to the cheapest hotels. There are numerous cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy both Egyptian and European cuisine. Egyptian cuisine is tasty, but not the most refined. You should not expect to see many vegetables. The range of vegetables used is mainly limited to potatoes, cucumbers and tomatoes. Meat is also scarce. Egyptians mainly eat fish and seafood.

You should try:

  • Kusheri: a mixture of lentils, rice, pasta, parsley and sauce (one of the cheapest dishes; served in special kusheri restaurants)
  • Foul: a tasty, thick sauce made from brown beans and spices
  • Makarona: a baked lump of macaroni, stuffed with tomatoes and minced meat
  • Baba ghanugh: a mixture of tahina, baked aubergine purée, chickpeas, garlic and lemon juice
  • Kusa: grated courgette, fried in a batter of flour and egg
  • Fatir: a pizza-like pancake with a sweet or savoury filling

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