A place to cull out in old Alexandria Delicious food and nice beer The price is a little bit high On the menu is 30 for bottle of beer and 45 for caramari But in the end it will be 35&55 And still need taxes...More
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Old and vintage bar, they have a very decent and funny bartender that you would enjoy talking to. They have a must try delicious oysters, although I found a rotten piece in my order, however, they apologised it wouldn't stop me from ordering it again.
If you are wandering around the back streets it is worth popping in for a drink. A bit run down, but has that ambiance of old Alexandria back in the 1930's.
In my opinion, the Cap d’Or is among the most precious jewels of Alexandria and of all Egypt. The hand-written sign on its remarkable shop-front says “Touristic Restaurant”, which is not true. The place is more a bar or pub than a full restaurant (although...More
The place is among the oldest bars in alexandria and you can see it still has a nice vintage touch to it. It offers Nice beer and side dishes with reasonable prices. Some times people call it sheikh ali bar so not to confuse it...More
A historical bar with a very nice ambiance serving good local alcoholic beverages and at night you may find a music player (on an Egyptian instrument called ood) and he sings also ( you may tip him if you want but it is not obligatory)....More
Reminiscent of a Spanish tapas bar from the 1950s, this lovely bar is steeped in atmosphere. Old French music plays softly in the background. Antiques and old photos on the walls. Sip an ice cold Stella beer whilst sitting at the marble topped bar, and...More
i love that place, has its own taste. Don't dare to try anything else but beer for a drink. But try their mixed seafood. Not expensive yet very fresh from the sea to your table. Salads are not recommended. Just go for as much beer...More
I was there some years ago now and doing a bit of research before coming to Alexandria, I found that this mythical bar was a place to go. And it is well worth a trip there. The atmosphere is deeply rooted in the colonial times...More