Egyptian gastronomy makes excellent use of the vegetables, vegetables, and fruits grown along Egypt's rich Nile valley for centuries and you can discover Cairo's conv
entional dishes all over the city. From street vendors to five-star dining establishments, we list the leading breakfast and brunch spots to try.
Lucille's has been serving Cairo great Tex-Mex and American cuisine since 1995. This place is always crowded, but once you've tasted anything on the menu, you'll understand why it deserved the wait. Try The Maadi Scramble with Hash Browns and Dark Bread. The generous parts, as well as exceptional, fast service, add to the experience.
Location: 54 Rd 9, Maadi, Cairo Governorate, Egypt
6. Nile 49
If you're looking for a remarkable Nile view and a relaxing environment, this dining establishment is a terrific choice. Nile 49 serves various food every day to get an Egyptian meal on Monday and a French plate on Tuesday. The breakfast menu is excellent, too, with omelettes, tahini, baba ganoush, Fateer meshaltet, a layered pastry served with honey, and many other delicious items right out of the Levant and the Middle East.
Location: Kit Kat Tunnel, Madinet Al Eelam, Agouza, Giza Governorate, Egypt
5. Aqua E Luce
Popularly referred to as the best breakfast area amongst the stylish Heliopolis crowd, Aqua E Luce in the Fairmont Hotel is difficult to miss: the white leather seats, retro lit flooring, and a wide, glass-fronted kitchen area use a contemporary dining setting. The open breakfast buffet and continental food are highly rated, and Fridays likewise provide live jazz music.
Location: Heliopolis Towers Uruba Street, Heliopolis, Cairo 11511 Egypt
4. La Pietra
Found in Mohandiseen, a significant Giza district, La Pietra has been a favourite go-to for Cairo's more youthful crowds for several years. This restaurant's delicious breakfast menu consists of fantastic peanut butter and Snickers milkshake and is served from 9 am till late midday. This joint is popular amongst students, which is also dear to older patrons who can usually be spotted playing backgammon over the long shisha sessions.
Location: El-Higaz, Gazirat Mit Oqbah, Agouza, Giza Governorate, Egypt
Bubblicious off Ismail Mohamed Street has a comfortable white outside, and old made light post fixtures that make it stand out from the crowd of unassuming buildings all around. Seemingly, the place gets its name from its bubble tea, and the owners boast that it is the first bubble tea shop in Cairo!
Location: 6 Ismail Mohammed, Abu Al Feda, Zamalek, Cairo Governorate, Egypt
2. Left Bank
Found on the Nile river banks inside the Sequoia complex, Left Bank has a great view of the house and the riverboats moored throughout it. Comfortable sofas enhance an intense interior with white, grey, and silver touches. There is a little patisserie display on the venue's right side, filled with tiny drops of paradise: macaroons, éclairs, and chocolate doughs. Most likely, the best part of Left Bank is its floor covering, though: the whole floor is a mosaic recreating the map of downtown Cairo.
Location: 53 End، Abou El Feda, Zamalek, Cairo Governorate 11211, Egypt
1. Il Mulino
Get a seat on the comfortable outside location under patio umbrellas at this timeless Italian joint and take pleasure in great Mediterranean tastes. Earthy and classic Italian ingredients, such as basil, sun-dried tomatoes, and olive oil, notify all the dishes, while the fresh bread is to-die-for. Don't miss out on the bruschetta and grilled halloumi.
Location: 7 Street 261 New Maadi Cairo, Cairo Governorate, Egypt