My wife and I finally stopped in for dinner here after several recommendations. The restaurant boasts a pleasant, romantic dining experience. The clientele appeared to be a younger, affluent group. The restaurant is located basically on a garden level - so the lighting is artificial and dim with no windows, but lots of enjoyable art to look at and architectural features like exposed rustic beams in the ceiling and a brick fireplace. The ambiance was just right for an enjoyable dinner out without the kids. My wife had the chicken kebab and enjoyed it very much after adding a little bit of soy sauce to add some more flavor. I had "Our Burger" with fries. The burger was great; probably the best I've had after more than a year in Cairo. The fries were okay. I'm not sure if it was intentional, but it seemed like some of them were either burned to a crisp or came from some other strange tuber cousin. I was looking forward to a tall, cold glass of freshly squeezed orange juice - but such was not available. The manager stopped in to check on us and the service was very polite and attentive. The cost was a bit on the higher side compared to other nearby options. Although they asked if we wanted smoking or non (we asked for non), it didn't make a difference. Two tables down from our "non" smoking section they were smoking like chimneys. Not Shisha, but c'mon - you can't eat anywhere in Cairo without cigarette smoke. We still enjoyed ourselves greatly and will likely return.
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