Discover the best restaurant in Siwa, Egypt including Nour El Waha Garden Restaurant, Fahmi's Garden, Campione Cafe, Abdu Restaurant, Al-Babinshal, Alahrar Restaurant, Sharazad Cafe-Restaurant, Tanta Waa Juice Bar and Restaurant, Cleopatra Main restaurant, Joba Lounge
Things to do in Siwa
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Nour El Waha Restaurant & Hotel is a popular hang-out in a palm grove opposite Shali Lodge. The food is a mixture of Egyptian and Western cuisine. Sheesha is available at night. You can enjoy there food, music & the traditional siwa tea in a romantic ambiance. Together with our friendly tour operator we also organize Safari trips, sand boarding and in the near further diving trips to the surrounding Siwa undiscovered lakes.
A nice garden setting, with plenty of fans and trees for shade.
Service is rather slow, but pleasant.
Egyptian, local Siwan and Pizza on the menu. The moussaka with meat is exceptional. The Romannaya with egg plant and pomegranate far too sweet for our taste.
No problem to bring your own wine and beer.
5 based on 6 reviews
There are many places to eat in Siwa, but few with the charm and atmosphere of Fahmi’s. Don’t miss it. A meal here will add immeasurably to your stay in Siwa.
Set under date palms in a working garden outside the town, it’s a relaxing place to spend hours chatting with the articulate Fahmi and Julia, learning about the intricate workings of a garden in the desert, and enjoying their delicious food. Over and above that, there is the chance to speak with young people about Egypt’s recent history and its future. Antonius, their delightful son, will entertain you with his antics,
A short walk from the center of Siwa, it’s a bit beyond the palm Tree Hotel. Stand with your back to the Central market square and the Shali. There are three roads leading out of the square. The left most goes to the Siwa Safari Garden Hotel. The middle one goes to Shali Lodge. You want the rightmost road. It leads to the Palm Tree Lodge and there should be a sign for the lodge. Walk down that road, passing the Palm tree Lodge on the left. Keep walking along until you come to a large pink building on the left. Turn right and walk down that road. You will see a sign for Fahmi’s Garden down that road on the right. Knock on the gate, or just open it and walk in.
Fahmi’s food is all made to order. Call first and place your order. He’ll tell you what’s on the menu. It is all delicious. Try the fiteer, the lentil soup, the date ball desert, the fresh green salad. This is worth the phone call and the short walk.
Phone: 012 4829 421
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5 based on 2 reviews
Yes! We really enjoyed sitting outside the cafè and drinking our coffees and teas while looking at the shali or at the bustling market square. The staff is so easy-going and friendly! Always ready to exchange a chat with you and to tell you about themselves, even about their families: they soon become familiar characters and make you feel at home. They are so kind!
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Located right in the centre of Siwa, next to a coffeeshop. It has an open style Terrace overlooking the neightbouring street. I can send photo, if you areinterested.
located in the heart of Siwa..very friendly staff..it has different varieties of food..including vegeterian food..the staff is polite..kind..and their service is fast and clean..have no worries there..it is very popular and well known in Siwa..prices r good value for money and service..it is sometimes better to reserve before u go esp if u r a big group
4 based on 18 reviews
There is also a hotel of the same name
I didnot like food there was Not tasty enough for me, the chicken was the only good thing, it is one of siwa famous food, the rest of food was ordinary u can find it everywhere and better in tast
The place it self was the best coffee in siwa on the roof next to Shali Castle remains.
Staff was not as i expected, have seen better attitude in siwa, but wasnot bad.
The stars and wind made my night.
This place is the tallest coffeeshop in siwa
It also has rooms to stay in as motel but i didnot try staying there.
5 based on 2 reviews
Located on the edge of the market in Siwa
Alahrar is a down to earth, small scale restaurant with a Berber heritage just off the main market in Siwa. You get whatever the cook has made for that day, with lots of sides. We had barbecued chicken, beans, rice, bread, salad, all delicious. You'll lounge on the carpets and watch the town walk by through the large open front. It's great value for the food, the location, the price, Have tea at tabves on the 'sidewalk' in front and watch the local guys play pool under a palm leaf roof.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
On top of a shop house overlooking the main square, access is by a rather rickety and totally filthy unlit concrete staircase.
The whole place is rather grubby, and we certainly would not eat food here.
Tea and juice were fine, and an apple hookah was very pleasant.
Staff were more interested talking with each other than serving us, the only customers.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We spent our two nights in Siwa at Tanta Waa. We didn't want to leave, we could have stayed there forever! The food was really good, one of the best, if not the best, we've had in Egypt for sure (we've lived here for 5 years), plus the ambiance was truly magic. Staff were lovely with us! Candlelight dinner under the stars... Unbeatable. Don't miss it! Just one thing: call before going, you need a reservation so that they are ready for treating you like a king ;-)
This restaurant offers some awesome fresh juice that you will enjoy while swimming in cleopatra's spring , Also they have a very good cooker and when i go there with my friends they cook in the Siwaian way you will love the food it's all ORGANIC
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Don't go here if you are looking for an ancient site. Even though the history is of Cleopatra swimming there. This is a tourist and local site with a warm artesian well for swimming. The Lounge is not open too much any more, but will offer tea and some local flavor meals.
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