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Asia Bar
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Asia Bar

Oli's choice
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Asia Bar and Restaurant is the right place to enjoy true Asian cheer and authentic toothsome delicacies. The general ambience is quite modern, but it also serves as a friendly space where the exotic Asian spirit you’re looking for is not lost. Also popular as a night spot, Asia Bar is the best of both worlds. They’re known for serving great sashimi, making their Royal Sashimi platter a common favourite.

Asia Boutique Restaurant
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Although Asia Boutique Restaurant might come off as subpar upon first impression judging by the general ambience, it nonetheless offers fresh fish and a multitude of delightful Asian dishes including Thai, Japanese, and Chinese; all of which are prepared by a professionally trained chef. Customers often highlight the restaurant’s sweet and sour chicken and banana pie as their favourite.

Asian Corner
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Asian Corner

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Taking you on an exotic trip that spices up your palate, Asian Corner serves some tasty Asian delicacies that include Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Thai and Indonesian. Whether you are a fan of traditional dishes like ramen, or prefer something more adventurous like fish in oyster sauce; Asian Corner does not disappoint, either when it comes to grabbing some fast food on the go, or going out for a casual dinner.

Bird Cage
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Bird Cage

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One of Semiramis InterContinental Cairo Hotel’s popular dining spots, Bird Cage offers a diverse menu of Thai food served by their Chef Narong. Their main courses include shrimps, tender duck, chicken and beef. Their Pad Thai Kong with shrimp is our absolute favourite, while great Thai salads and starters are also served. The ambience of the restaurant is relaxing with an air of elegance, and the service is quick and cordial.

Bua Khao
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While it may come off as a typical Asian restaurant with a name that ties your tongue, Bua Khao enjoys a simple, yet elegant atmosphere enhanced with traditional décor. Their relatively affordable menu includes a ‘must try’ section with a little something for every preference –all of which is served in beautifully embellished Asian dinnerware.

Chingari
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Set in one of Cairo’s premier hotels, Grand Nile Tower’s Chingari is located on a terrace with a breathtaking Nile view, which makes up for the slightly lacking menu in terms of diversity. The restaurant offers the best of Northern Indian cuisine made with top-notch ingredients, featuring plates that cater to those looking for a touch of Indian zest.

Dragon House
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A specialised Far Eastern restaurant for Chinese and Thai food lovers, Dragon House presents excellent quality food, prepared by top-notch Asian chefs. The restaurant has a romantic atmosphere with Asian interiors; making up a large enough space for parties and birthdays, and seating up to 100 individuals. A children’s area with toys and a TV makes this spot a family-friendly environment.

Fuego
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Famous for offering Cairo’s best value for money sushi, Fuego Grill and Sushi is a fine dining spot where customers can savour the best of international delicacies through their fusion of an open Californian style grill and a sushi bar. Loyal customers highlight the restaurant’s 'all-you-can-eat' sushi nights as their favourite, while others swear by their juicy steaks.

Genghis Khan
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Known to be a hidden gem for vegetarians looking for a palatable treat, Genghis Khan is a Chinese restaurant that takes you to the world of the origin country’s traditional cuisine. The restaurant really knows how to compete on price, as it offers zero tax and service fees for groups, making it perfect for casual hangouts on a budget.

Genghis Khan
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Known to be a hidden gem for vegetarians looking for a palatable treat, Genghis Khan is a Chinese restaurant that takes you to the world of the origin country’s traditional cuisine. The restaurant really knows how to compete on price, as it offers zero tax and service fees for groups, making it perfect for casual hangouts on a budget.

Genghis Khan
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Known to be a hidden gem for vegetarians looking for a palatable treat, Genghis Khan is a Chinese restaurant that takes you to the world of the origin country’s traditional cuisine. The restaurant really knows how to compete on price, as it offers zero tax and service fees for groups, making it perfect for casual hangouts on a budget.

India along the Nile
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The newest favourite to gastronomic adventurers is the exquisite, award-winning India on the Nile, which serves Indian cuisine in a modern, contemporary setting to redefine upscale dining. The resto-bar offers delectable dishes and guests can choose from an array of a la carte options or opt for the restaurant’s ‘tasting menu,’ designed for sharing and ideal for sampling. Signature cocktails and Indian street food favourites can also be enjoyed at the bar and lounge area.

Indira
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Indira brings the best of India’s culinary masterpieces to the heart of Cairo, boasting a flavourful menu that caters to a diverse set of palates –with varying levels of endurance to spices. Offering authentic cuisine alongside delicious vegetarian plates, the restaurant also features a relatively more affordable menu compared to its fine dining counterparts.

Izakaya
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A Japanese-Peruvian fusion that serves some of the best authentic cuisine in Cairo, Izakaya is famous for its mouth-watering fresh sushi platters and the best of seafood delicacies with an extensive cocktail menu that complements their delicious food. With a contemporary atmosphere and luxurious interiors, Izakaya caters to Cairene elites looking for an exotic journey and exceptional entertainment. We love their Seagroni cocktail, which goes great with their Ni Tuna maki rolls.

Jo Sushi
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A cosy go-to for Japanese cuisine lovers, Jo Sushi mingles high-quality ingredients to deliver succulent sushi that leaves you hungry for more. Their fresh menu includes a potpourri of tuna, salmon and Hamachi, among others. The dark oak walls of the restaurant, together with Japanese adornments exude an elegant feel, while their ‘eat as much as you can’ nights are most fun with company.

Kamala
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As a Conrad Cairo Hotel Asian fine-dining restaurant, Kamala is an amalgamation of traditional cuisine and healthy ingredients. The restaurant offers a wide array of sweet and sour plates, while the menu includes dishes prepared using charcoal grills, sizzling woks and special steamers to create exquisite meals light on the belly, and rich on the palate.

Kandahar
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Managed by the Oberoi Hotels, Kandahar is one of the most popular Indian venues in Cairo in elegant surroundings, enhanced by Indian house music. A wide selection of authentic drinks never fails to soothe taste buds after consuming some of the spicy dishes on the menu, which includes chicken curry plates that just melt in your mouth. We also recommend their tasty side dishes.

Kazoku
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Kazoku offers its customers a contemporary Japanese dining experience, featuring not just the best of the origin country’s cuisine, but the freshest ingredients and the fleshiest of sushi-grade fish, all of which are concocted by professional chefs who have mastered the art of food styling to complement their palatable dishes. Kazoku’s elegant aura, combined with their menu, often appeals to Cairo’s elites and lovers of luxury.

Keji
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Keji has successfully cemented its name in the Asian cuisine scene as soon as it launched by the banks of the Nile, offering exceptional fine dining along with a stunning view. A great Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant, Keji’s interiors emanate futuristic luxury with signature fringe chandeliers that dazzle your eyes as soon as you step inside. Although their platters are served in miniature portions, the food is undoubtedly succulent, fresh and fulfilling. We also love their wide range of cocktails, which are concocted and served by a professional mixologist.

Lan Tania
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A real Far Eastern spot with an entertaining open kitchen serving authentic Thai delicacies, Lan Tania features cheerful ambience, hospitable service and some of the best Thai dishes in Cairo. Their platter -which we have a hard time pronouncing and end up just pointing at the menu- Goong Mong Kron Pad Med Mamaung is among their best culinary masterpieces, which is served with fried lobster and their delicious Thai chilli paste.

Lan Yuan
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Despite some claims that this spot may not exude the air of luxury its counterparts do, Lan Yuan is a cosy, down-to-earth spot where you can have perfectly authentic Asian food prepared by a Chinese chef. They feature open buffets on weekends, with spicy specialties on Saturdays and special menus on Chinese holidays. Their price ranges are quite affordable, with one of their best seafood platters being their Kung Pao shrimp dish.

L'Asiatique
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L’Asiatique perfectly blends trendy chic with sophisticated posh, rendering a luxurious dining spot perfect for impressing a dinner date. A mixture of modernistic and ancient Asian décor with low Japanese tables and rotating sushi trays make for an exotic experience. A comfortable secluded area is available for small parties; and with Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Thai cuisine available alongside a sushi bar, this restaurant just about covers the best of the Far East.

Maharaja at Ramses Hilton
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Maharaja at the Ramses Hilton offers an exotic dining experience in an elegant setting adorned with Indian artwork and ambient lighting. Customers can watch their delicious dishes being prepared by the experienced Indian chefs at the live cooking area equipped with traditional tandoor ovens. The restaurant’s authentic menu also features some great options for vegetarians.

Maharani
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Maharani

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Named after a poetic word for ‘empress’, culturally signifying to Indians someone dear to the heart, Maharani is likewise committed to bringing the finest and freshest meals that taste absolutely lovely. With beautiful Indian palatial surroundings, accompanied by personalised service and excellent food quality, Maharani is also a great option for vegetarians seeking an exotic taste. Their Tandoori Alloo is a common favourite.

Mirai
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A sophisticated Asian restaurant with relaxing décor, dim lighting and excellent service; Mirai is a classy spot with a romantic atmosphere that makes the perfect date as well as a great option for an authentic taste, complemented with gorgeous views and relatively affordable prices. Their grilled salmon and black pepper shrimp dishes are must-tries.

Mori Sushi
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A world-renowned high-end sushi chain, Mori Sushi offers an extensive menu of the finest in sushi using all fresh ingredients; from maki rolls to sashimi, as well as some great dishes of Brazilian origin. Their eclectic range of scrumptious desserts puts the cherry on the cake.

Nile Bukhara
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A lovely spot known for its Indian décor including ethnic low chairs, Indian paintings, tapestries and elephant statues; Nile Bukhara’s food is served by an Indian chef who perfects his concoctions with fresh curry and a tandoori oven for an authentic taste. Palak Paeer is one of their best treats, which is fresh spinach served with cottage cheese for lovers of vegetarian cuisine.

Okashi
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A cosy Japanese restaurant adorned in wood panelling with tawny hues that exude an air of a Japanese village home, Okashi boasts a lovely ambience that makes their food all the more delicious. With a small water fountain and Japanese lamps embellishing the surroundings, traditionally themed teppanyaki tables and a sushi bar are magnificently poised by the Nile.

Peking
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Renowned worldwide for its mouth-watering Chinese cuisine, Peking features excellent food including steamed wontons and a wide selection of main courses. The atmosphere is generally cosy, friendly, and the service is attentive. The price range is quite affordable, while some of our favourites include their delectable hot pots.

Rachawadee Thai Restaurant
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Featuring home cooked dishes prepared by Thai chefs, Rachawadee is a brilliant option for some authentic dining. Vegetarians can opt for the restaurant’s tasty vegetable spring rolls or Pad Tai Bua Khao – the star of the menu. Fried banana topped with fresh ice cream and golden maple syrup is a great finale.

Saigon Restaurant & Lounge
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A full-fledged Asian fusion themedrestaurantoffering a taste driven selection, Saigon adds value to your dining experience with its wide floor-to-ceiling windows that show offthespectacular Nileview. With plush interiors, distinct décor, and walls covered in mother of pearl tiles, the restaurant’s contemporary design leaves visitors savouring a pre or post dinner drink inthedefinition of elegance as they enjoy live entertainment alongside an unbeatable Nile view.

Shogun
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A nice and cosy restaurant serving the best of sushi and teppanyaki cuisine, Shogun is a lovely spot to be if you seek a true Japanese atmosphere enhanced with a fish tank in the centre of the restaurant. Customers can enjoy the tasty food either at the sushi bar, or at one of the five Japanese live cooking tables.

Sushi Bar
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Sushi Bar is where lovers of Japanese cuisine can enjoy their meals in a classy setting, enveloped with an elegant atmosphere. The menu includes traditional dishes, allowing you to choose from a selection of excellent sushi with a potpourri of tuna, salmon, salads and a variety of seafood. The California rolls are simply delicious.

Sushi Ya
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Sushi Ya is a cosy Japanese restaurant, where a world of delectable Asian cuisine can be explored and savoured, featuring the finest hot and cold dishes. The restaurant offers both a casual lunch ambience, and an elegant dinner setting amidst a décor of earth tones and soft lighting. They also host frequent all-you-can-eat sushi nights.

Sushiramis
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Sushiramis

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Sushiramis uses only the freshest ingredients coupled with meticulous preparation to create a range of mouthwatering Sushi and delectable Sashimi. The Sushiramis Maki with grilled eggplant, molasses and smoked eel is a must-try. Their delicious sushi is available not only at the lobby level, but also in all the other restaurants in the elegant Semiramis InterContinental Cairo Hotel.

Taj Maharaja
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Serving authentic Indian cuisine, Taj Maharaja’s food is simply delicious. We recommend their tandoori specialties; which are marinated in yogurt, flavoured with 15 traditional Indian spices then cooked in the famous ‘tandoor’–the traditional charcoal fired clay oven, giving it the authentic taste it’s famous for.

Tandoori
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Tandoori, named after the traditional clay oven that gives Indian food its authentic taste, is a lovely restaurant that makes you feel at home with its comfortable décor and friendly service. The chicken curry, and of course, the tandoori are some of the best dishes on the menu.

Tao

Tao

Oli's choice
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Set in the stunning Dusit Thani Lakeview Cairo, Tao is a multi-Asian restaurant that features the best of exotic cuisine, all prepared by native chefs ready to present to you the sweet and savoury delicacies of their home towns. With a contemporary ambience boasting traditional décor, Tao’s atmosphere makes it a classy spot for fancy dinner dates. We love their Japanese dish, Hotate, which features sea scallop with delicious caviar.

Torii
Oli's choice
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A contemporary Japanese restaurant with amazing interiors, Torii’s food is notably authentic and is complemented with the futuristic, trendy feel of the restaurant’s ambience. Prompt service and friendly staff make Torii a great dining location, offering a la carte sushi, sashimi and hot meals as well as all-you-can-eat sushi nights twice a week.

Yana
Oli's choice
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Yana is a contemporary Southeast Asian culinary fine dining restaurant offering plates from the hearts of Thailand. Meals are prepared with homemade spice blends and flavourful sauces by their highly skilled Thai Chef. Distinctive golden Buddha statues set the perfect mood for a captivating dinner.

Oli's Choice

Tao

Tao

Set in the stunning Dusit Thani Lakeview Cairo, Tao is a multi-Asian restaurant that features the best of exotic cuisine, all prepared by native chefs ready to present to you the sweet and savoury delicacies of their home towns. With a contemporary ambience boasting traditional décor, Tao’s atmosphere makes it a classy spot for fancy dinner dates. We love their Japanese dish, Hotate, which features sea scallop with delicious caviar.

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Asia Bar

Asia Bar

Asia Bar and Restaurant is the right place to enjoy true Asian cheer and authentic toothsome delicacies. The general ambience is quite modern, but it also serves as a friendly space where the exotic Asian spirit you’re looking for is not lost. Also popular as a night spot, Asia Bar is the best of both worlds. They’re known for serving great sashimi, making their Royal Sashimi platter a common favourite.

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Kazoku

Kazoku

Kazoku offers its customers a contemporary Japanese dining experience, featuring not just the best of the origin country’s cuisine, but the freshest ingredients and the fleshiest of sushi-grade fish, all of which are concocted by professional chefs who have mastered the art of food styling to complement their palatable dishes. Kazoku’s elegant aura, combined with their menu, often appeals to Cairo’s elites and lovers of luxury.

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Yana

Yana is a contemporary Southeast Asian culinary fine dining restaurant offering plates from the hearts of Thailand. Meals are prepared with homemade spice blends and flavourful sauces by their highly skilled Thai Chef. Distinctive golden Buddha statues set the perfect mood for a captivating dinner.

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