It’s beginning to look a lot like the end of Ramadan. And as much as it saddens us that we didn’t get to visit each hub we wanted to for Iftar or Sohour, there’s still one last opportunity to dine out in the spirit of the Holy Month. So for your final Iftar, check out these festive spots hosting just the right Ramadan ambience and aura to soak in the last meal of the holiday.
Tree Trunk — Korba
With new innovations, Tree Trunk is entirely different from when it first opened. With mesmerising lights hung in every corner and special unique urban decor we can’t get enough of, you’re destined to enjoy a serene Iftar there.
Alku5 — Downtown
Believe it or not, Alku5 was originally Ismail Yassine’s house! The Egyptian comedian’s home was turned into a beautiful co-working space with delicious food and a to-die-for view for your entertainment. We guarantee you won’t find similar decor elsewhere.
Ghazalet El Reem Village — New Cairo
If you want to taste the full Bedouin experience, we recommend visiting New Cairo’s Ghazalet El Reem Village for your last Iftar or Sohour out. The protectorate features both nomadic Arab food alongside a glimpse into the Bedouin lifestyle; what’s not to like?
Tawlet Yvonne — Maadi
While Tawlet Yvonne tends to be mistaken for a home rather than a tent for eating, it has such memorable decor and atmosphere you’ll feel comfortable immediately. And, of course, their array of delectable Lebanese plates is irresistible.
Ahimsa — Giza
Imagine having your final Iftar right by the Nile. With Ahimsa just a few metres away from the river, this can become your reality! We recommend checking out the venue’s schedule to book a fun activity with your Iftar for your friends and family.