The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Ramadan 2017
With Ramadan currently half way through, you may be looking to mix things up, go somewhere exciting, and even try something new. With so many options on the (literal) table, Egypt is a culinary-man’s paradise with a continuously growing list of indulgences. The most noteworthy contenders offer both hefty buffets and an excellent locale to go out, reconnect and share some laughs with the people in your life.
Lanterns at Uptown Cairo
A vast iftar and suhoor selection are offered in the clubhouse overlooking the gorgeous greenery of the golf course, supplemented with TV screens, weekend live performances, and a number of private pergolas for those looking to have a special night.
Wust el Balad at the Nile Ritz Carlton
Nestled between beautiful downtown Cairo and the Egyptian museum is the Nile Ritz Carlton’s Ramadan tent, Wust el Balad. Doors open at 10 PM, offering a traditional assortment of Egyptian cuisine in the form of set menus in a modern, wonderfully lit open-air atmosphere, boasting unique entertainment that includes oriental takht and even a walk-around magician.
3al Nile at Fairmount Nile City
Oriental delicacies and flavorful shisha’s are served in a modern oriental setting against a magnificent view of the Nile that you can’t quite get anywhere else. A classy but casual establishment that will keep you mingling until dawn.
Fawazeer at Eat & Barrel
Open buffets with Traditional Egyptian cuisine, the freshest shisha, and the most exciting live performances of Ramadan 2017, including tanoura shows and some of the best acts Egypt has to offer.
139 Pavilion at the Mena House Hotel
And of course, what better way can you celebrate this month and the very essence of Egypt than by breaking your fast alongside the Pyramids surrounded by gorgeously lush landscape of the Mena House gardens.