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Five Reasons Tseppas is the One of the Best Places to Get ‘Ka7k’ This Eid…
Published On: 03/07/2016

Has anyone else noticed how much emphasis Egyptians put on food when it comes to any and every occasion? We're at the back end of Ramadan, and the sea of Oriental sweets and desserts that we find ourselves floating in every year, and now Eid has arrived – a time of eating your own bodyweight in ka7k. Because no one does it better than mama, some, understandably, crave the taste of homemade ka7k; but there is one place that will almost certainly give mama a run for her money. We of course speak of Tseppas, which will be awash with hungry Cairenes getting their Eid-ka7k fix – here's why… -It's one of the oldest patisseries in Egypt… If you're a follower of Cairo 360, you might have noticed that one of our biggest gripes when it comes to venues is this general inability to maintain standards. Having opened in 1912, this is not a problem for Tseppas, whose 100-plus years in operation pays testament to its quality. -You'll find a branch wherever you go… With 10 branches across Egypt's capital, Tseppas has proven to be one of the most popular patisseries in Cairo – just ask residents of everywhere from Mohandiseen and Haram, to Shobra and Khan El Khalili, and even Sharm El Sheikh. Tseppas is everywhere. -There's more than just ka7k to sink your teeth into… While ka7k is synonymous with Eid, some of the other treats attached to the holiday often get overlooked – not by Tseppas, though. The same time and quality that is infised into ka7k is also present in the patisserie's ghorayeba, petit four and more. Yum. -They 'keep it real'… There's plenty of opinions on the continuing western-meets-Oriental fusion trend when it comes to classic Egyptian desserts. People largely either love it or hate it, but with Tseppas, authenticity means authenticity – the patisserie forgoes the fad, instead putting together the classics with style, finesse and, most importantly, quality ingredients and methods. -Their promotional video will make you hungry, nostalgic and yearning for the comfort of family… Call us suckers for advertising ploys, but we couldn't help but fall under the spell of Tseppas' video – now excuse us while we call our mother and grandmothers to tell them how much we love them. For more information on Tseppas this Eid, click here.


Tortina: Dessert Specialist's Rawani Cake is Unexpected (And Delicious) Ramadan Hit
Published On: 16/06/2016

Revani, Ravani or Rawani – we're still not 100% sure whether this deliciously moist cake made with semolina flour is originally Turkish, Greek or Egyptian. But what we do know is this; it is one of the most underrated desserts around. And while Ramadan is a season where konafa takes all the attention, this year, Tortina has given Rawani cake the spotlight this Ramadan. One of our absolute favourite venues when it comes to desserts, we headed to Tortina's small Heliopolis branch located at El Merghany Street and our eyes were instantly fixated on the luscious desserts; from the great collection of Oriental classics to the mouth-watering fridge display showcasing Tortina's signature and one-of-a-kind Ramadan desserts. Similar to last year, Tortina's take on konafa has been very interesting; from Konafa Mars Tart (175LE) and Konafa Panna Cotta (210LE), to Konafa Tiramisu (185LE) and Kunafa Mont Blanc (190LE); but we came for another reason –that intriguing pot filled with glossy Rawani cake topped with mangos (190LE). Smothered with syrup, filled with fresh whipped cream and mango cubes, the spongy texture of the cake perfectly absorbed the syrup and the whipped cream cut the sweetness, while, surprisingly, the mango tasted amazing, even though it's not mango season yet. Overall, though we wouldn't necessarily consider Tortina's Rawani cake a Ramadan-dessert, there's no doubt that it has proven to be one of the best of this year's best seasonal offerings – partly because it breaks the usual trend of fusing together seemingly incompatible ingredients from East and West. It's definitely one of the great additions on Tortina's dessert list this year. Well, that and the exquisite Konafa Panna Cotta, of course.


Sultana: Infamous Ramadan Mango-Konafa with an Ice-CreamTwist
Published On: 12/06/2016

Ramadan is never complete without Oriental desserts; be it konafa, basbousa, zalabya or baklava. Every year during Ramadan, Cairene pastry shops are adding creative ingredients and coming up with new ways to reintroduce classic Ramadan desserts, from smothering kunafa with Nutella to stuffing it with red velvet. Local ice cream shop, Sultana, however came up with a simple yet exquisite twist to kunafa that is worth trying. A takeout shop located at El Korba Street, Sultana has a cheerful atmosphere with its large ice cream displays, a big freezer showcasing ice cream cakes and its appetizing chocolate shelves. Sultana's Ramadan desserts menu is quite simple, with a selection of konafa and ice cream cakes, including Konafa Cheesecake (200LE), Konafa Chocolate Nutella (240LE) and Cream and Caramel Ice Cream Cake (240LE); but what grabbed our attention the most was the Konafa Mango Ice Cream Cake (240LE) with its presentation and colours. Sultana's konafa mango ice cream cake consists of a layer of mango ice cream at the bottom, topped with another layer of vanilla ice cream, mango chunks and surround by sweet and crispy konafa sticks. The consistency and the quality of the ice cream were fantastic, the layer of the vanilla ice cream is twice as big as the mango ice cream which made a perfect balance of flavours, while the kunafa sticks were a delight especially when dipped into the ice cream followed by a bite of mango chunks. Overall the cake was delicious and has a taste similar to creamy konafa with mango, only colder and lighter. Even though it's quite simple, Sultana's take on konafa mango was delightful. It's new, smart, perfect in this hot weather and after a heavy fetar, it's just what we all need.


The Smith: British Pop Culture Comes to Cairo at Quirky Heliopolis Cafe & Restaurant
Published On: 24/05/2016

It can be argued that Cairo, or some of it, is a thriving city for all that is new – none more so than with the restaurant scene, which not continues to in satisfy many international cuisine cravings, but along the way, also continues to impress, with interesting concepts. One such venue is the Smith; a restaurant and cafe which boasts a quirky British pop culture mood. Located near Cortigiano in Heliopolis, the Smith demands attention with its large lighted outdoor sign. As a venue, it's comprised of a small outdoor and a invitingly kitsch British-themed indoor area, which involves Union Jack-upholstered sofas, brown leather chairs and an overall vintage, retro atmosphere, with posters of old British films and even half a wall-hung Mini Cooper adding to the aesthetic. The space also boasts a bar, but one that serves only virgin cocktails At first, we expected some staples of British cuisine, only to find that the Smith's menu features typical international dishes that you'll find in many restaurants, like grilled chicken platters, salads, sandwiches and pastas. Perhaps the only British element in the menu is the dishes' names, with items like Manchester Fillet (115LE) and London Veal (89LE). Dipping into the starters, we went for Mozzarella sticks (31LE), and, for our mains, we picked the Liverpool Chicken (70LE), as well as the Bacon Cheeseburger (60LE). With little to no crispy texture, the mozzarella sticks were actually round in shape and served with fry sauce (essentially ketchup and mayo) – not honey-mustard as promised in the menu. The mozzarella was deliciously molten, nonetheless and served to quieten down our stomach-rumblings. Moving onto the main dishes, despite a soft and juicy centre, the Bacon Cheeseburger was essentially burnt from the outside, giving what was an otherwise solid combination of beef bacon and melted cheese in a soft bun, an unpleasant burnt taste. The Liverpool Chicken proved to be better, but still short of perfect. Comprised of five medium-sized pieces of deep-fried and well-seasoned chicken breasts, the dish is served in freshly made and thick Provencal sauce - a combination of tomato sauce, garlic and onions - and sprinkled with mozzarella cheese. Even though the sauce gave the dish that extra kick in flavour, it also made parts of the chicken's crispy exterior quite clammy. The dish was served with deliciously spiced fries and fluffy, perfectly-cooked rice. Shortly after, we decided to satisfy our sweet tooth with a dessert from Britain's neighbours from across the English Channel, France: Crème Brulee (22LE). Though classic dessert's custard was smooth and creamy, the golden-coloured sugar layer atop it was neither as crispy nor as caramelised as it should have been, taking away the key element of the dessert. We ended the meal with a cold and perfectly summer-friendly Caramel Frappuccino (29LE) which had a bold yet refreshing coffee flavour, and a kiwi-mango flavoured shisha (35LE) which perfectly mingled the separate flavours together and was promptly tended to. The Smith's spectacular interior and overall mood definitely stands out as one of the most unique in Cairo; but it was one that raised our expectations for the quality of dishes it serves and, unfortunately, these expectations weren't met. As a cafe and restaurant, the Smith's menu is a little generic and, at the time of our visit, execution was well below par. Overall, a better place to hangout than to eat and drink.


The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2016: Ice-Cream & Dairy Award Winners
Published On: 17/05/2016

Around 200 BC in China, a genius of a human being made a mixture of rice and milk and packed it inside snow to freeze. From this, the foundations of what we now know as ice-cream was born. There have, of course, been several centuries of development and adaption till we got to what we have today, but what is largely a very simple food, enjoys plenty of popularity in Cairo. This can be seen in the number of ice-cream parlours, and more recently, frozen yoghurt specialist in the capital, but the winners of this year's Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards are by far and above the best when it comes to quality, variety and consistency in both of those things. Allora Gelateria The Maadi crowd can be difficult to please, but Allora Gelateria's homemade Italian gelato has been something of a hidden gem in the area. Serving up some deliciously rich and varied ice cream flavours and creations, expect Allora to be busy this summer. Frozzy Twist With several branches across Cairo, ad several more on in locations across Egypt such as Porto Marina and even Port Said, Frozzt Twist appeals to the more experimental side of things, with some weird and wonderful ice cream creations. More importantly, though, is that what they serves is every bit as elaborate in flavour as is in appearance. Gelato Mio One Cairo 360 writer wrapped up a review of Gelato Mio with a very straightforward statement: "An overall excellent experience; one we repeated the very next day." We're not the only ones who keep going back to the Zamalek ice-cream shop, which brilliant flavour combinations (fig and ricotta anyone?) and remarkable sorbets. Mandarine Koueidar While enduring local chain, Mandarine Koueidar, churns out plenty of traditional Oriental sweets, it has long been popular for its ice-cream and sorbet. The chain's knack for producing excellent frozen treats was has been further expanded in recent rimes, with the chain also having opened up several restaurants, which in turn added more variety to the ice-cream repertoire. Rigoletto Impossible to miss on an otherwise fairly demure road in Zamalek, Rigoletto – named after the Verdi's 1851 operatic masterpiece – backs its very bright, very bold and very colourful facade, with equally bright, bold and colourful ice cream – their ice creams cake are particularly good. Scoops Serving many a cinema-goer at Nile City Towers, Scoops is small in size, but big in personality, and is also run by IRG – the company behind Zeitouna Lebanese Bistro and Casper & Gambini's. The success and popularity of both restaurants has seemingly transferred to Scoops, as evident by its excellent gelato and delicious frozen yoghurt. Stavolta Stavolta has essentially become a household name – in the realm of ice cream, at least – and its reputations is owed the unrivalled quality of its ice creams and sorbets, as well as their excellent ice cream cakes. Throw in the rotating, seasonal flavours, and you have one of the best ice cream parlours in Cairo. Yoggy's As one of the first of many frozen yoghurt specialists to arrive in Cairo, Yoggy's has stayed head and shoulders above the rest thanks to its quality. It's difficult to pull out any glaring differences between what you'll find at Yoggy's and what you'll find at its competitors, but it wins ahead of the rest for its consistency and veriety. For more on the 2016 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Award winners, click here, where you can see all of this year's winners.


The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2016: Bakery & Confectionery Award Winners
Published On: 17/05/2016

Since its founding, the Baking & Confectionery category has been possibly the most fiercely contested in the Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards. That in itself is no surprise; we're a nation that loves sweets and desserts and the number of bakeries, confectioneries, patisseries and dessert shops increase by the year. With this year's winners, though, we have selected the venues that have not only maintained a consistency in the quality of its foods, but also a consistency in a gastronomic field that relies just as much on creativity that captures the imagination of Cairo's collective sweet-tooth. Brew & Chew Emerging as a perfect dessert-and-hot-drink-hangout in Cairo, Brew & Chew stands as one of the best venues among a very good few at the Courtyard in Maadi, thanks to some inspired foods and a generally great place to enjoy both sweet and savoury nibbles, while maintaining a playfulness and a good level of service. Coppermelt "Efficient service, classy design and lip-smacking desserts - what more can you ask for?" was what one Cairo 360 reviewer said of Coppermelt – a statement that sums the chic New Cairo patisserie up to a tee. Despite facing plenty of competition in and around its location, Coppermelt has continued to attract dessert lovers from far and wide. Dip n' Dip One of the newer dessert chains in Cairo, Dip n' Dip is strictly for chocolate addicts and doesn't apologise for its gluttonous food. With branches at Citystars, Cairo Festival City and Sheikh Zayed, the cult of Dip n' Dip is slowly but surely taking over Cairo. Dukes Having opened some five years ago, Dukes has enjoyed a hushed existence – you see, they might not be as flashy or as heavy-handed with promotion and social media as its competition, but it really does let its outstanding food speak for itself, with largely simple, but well-made cakes, baked goods and more. L'Éclair Paris As a largely modest and unspectacular looking booth aat Downtown Katameya Mall, it's easy to walk past L'Éclair Paris without a second thought. But taking a closer look, and eventually a taste, will reward you with some truly marvellous Parisian éclairs. While some of the savoury options are excellent – including the smoked salmon éclair – its the generously cream-stuffed sweet éclairs that have earned L'Éclair Paris an award. Nola Cupcakes While Cairo's love affair with the humble cupcake has died down a little, one cupcake creator is left standing as the absolute best – Nola. The numerous other cupcake specialist that have found success over the last few years have struggle to maintain a consistency, creativity and loyalty, but Nola continues to be number one. Nutelleria Egypt It was only a matter of time before Egypt's love of Nutella – a love shared the world over – was to inspire someone to bring Nutelleria to the country. That seemingly simple hazelnut chocolate spread is as infectious as it is delicious and Porto Cairo Mall's Nutelleria presents some pretty creative ways to eat that chocolate gold – including through a syringe straight to the mouth. Outstanding. PAUL Though functioning as a restaurant, too, it's in the Bakery & Confectionary category that we've chose to salute international chain, PAUL. While their French-inspired menu is solid, it's the chain's profficieny in their desserts and baked goods that it truly excels with in Cairo. TBS Having recovered from a PR disaster last Ramadan, and done so with the utmost respect and accountability, TBS (The Bakery Shop) has regained its position as the premier bakery in Cairo and reminded everyone that their baked goods and products are among, if not the, best to be found across the city. The Batter Half & Co. Gluttony thy name is the Batter Half & Co. Widely thought of as the most popular, and maybe even best, dessert shop in Zamalek, the Batter Half & Co. has maintained quality and creativity since its opening, presenting a variety of modern desserts not found anywhere else in Cairo – as worthy a winner as there ever has been in the ECA. For more information on the 2016 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards, click here, where you can see all of this year's winners.


Dip n' Dip:  Chocolate Overdose at Citystars Branch of Popular Cairo Dessert Chain
Published On: 09/05/2016

For many, happiness equates to chocolate – and for good reason. Scientifically, chocolate produces two important hormones; the dopamine which helps you be alert and focus and serotonin – also known as the happy hormone – which prevents depression. Yearning for some great desserts, and of course some dopamine and serotonin, we headed to Dip n' Dip, one of the most talked about chocolatiers and dessert places in Cairo and a definite go-to if you're craving chocolate-infused desserts. Located inside Citystars, Dip n Dip's food court branch has a spacious indoor area with touches of wood, with red, black and white colours dominating the interior, the ceiling, the walls and even the plates, not to mention three chocolate fountains displayed in front of the open kitchen. The venue itself is big, with several tables set outside, so you don't worry about the long wait you'll usually find at Dip n' Dip's Cairo Festival City branch. With a huge variety of desserts, including Caramel Pain Perdu (50LE), Brownies n' Cheesecake Pot (65LE), and, wait for it, Fettuccine Crepe (60LE) – shredded crepe topped with molten chocolate – we wanted to try almost everything, until we finally decided to go with the Funky Brownies Crepe (50LE) and classic Dip n' Dip Waffle (60LE). The former is a French crepe with perfect thickness stuffed with fudgy brownies and smothered in Dip n' Dip's insane milk, white and dark chocolate sauce combo. As good as it sounds on paper, the combination of the brownie-stuffed concoction didn't work, with the chocolate sauce itself served in such abundance that we had to scrape it off to taste the crepe itself; it was an overly sweet dessert, unbalanced in terms of flavours. The waffle was a different story altogether, though. Served with strawberries, kiwi, bananas, pineapple, whipped cream and your choice of milk, dark, or white chocolate, the Dip n' Dip waffle is by far the best waffle we've come by in some time. The fact that it's overpriced and is actually half-a-waffle, it had a crispy exterior, with a soft and fluffy centre. The waiter came with a jar of milk chocolate sauce to drizzle it over the plate as a touch of showmanship, but again it was just too much and drowned the otherwise delicious waffle. With a cheerful vibe and a love of chocolate, Dip n' Dip is sure to please. Perhaps the one concern we had during our visit, was the fact that the chocolate was overpowering the desserts rather than complementing them. For those who like a little bit of chocolate over their dessert –including yours truly- the experience might be just end up being a chocolate overdose, but as far as chocolate, Dip n' Dip is every chocoholic's dream come true.


Ampersand: Quaint Cafe & Restaurant in Zamalek
Published On: 08/05/2016

Zamalek isn't short on cafes and restaurants, but that hasn't stopped the island being a desirable spot for the coffee houses and eateries to call home. The venues at Abu El Feda Street's Club 33 haven't had a good start to the year, but the Nile-side road is still largely defined by the number of venues sitting along it, the latest of which is Ampersand. As a restaurant and café, The aesthetic is all very simple, with outdoor seating in a fantastic little enclosed garden of light, natural wood and greenery and an indoor area boasting white walls and plenty of natural light on account of the glass walls, as well as a fussball table. The menu at Ampersand brings together a wide variety of dishes inspired by Mediterranean cuisine, but the sandwiches and desserts were rather tempting during a morning visit – the former of which you can customize to your heart's desire. You pick a bread (10LE), cold cuts/protein (15LE), cheese (18LE, vegetables (4LE) and a dressing (2LE). This is where we encountered a problem, though. The menu doesn't state the options available and, at the time of our visit, the waiter was unable to recall what was available. In the end, we decided to rely on luck and go for a roast beef sandwich with cheddar cheese, lettuce and mayonnaise – and luckily all the ingredients were available. Arriving in no time at all, said ingredients were noticeably fresh, with the beef in particular being tender and finely cut. Served with a side of solid French fries, the only issue with the sandwich was the baguette, which, already brittle from the outside as it is, was just a tad stale. We also tried a fresh orange juice (24LE) which was, indeed, very fresh and served in a very generous amount, while Ampersand's latte (27LE) was spot on. Continuing with the drinks, we also ordered a cappuccino (24LE) alongside a hearty slice of chocolate cake (45LE), which comes in a jar, as is the trend these days. Made of layers of cream and cake and topped with crushed biscuits, the cream and cake layers were outstanding. Boasting a balance of sugar that let the chocolate flavor shine, the cake layers were soft and moist, though the biscuit was an unnecessary addition and tasted stale while not retaining much crunchiness. While our visit to Ampersand wasn't without fault, there's a settling in period that every venue has a right to. As a venue, Ampersand is airy, pleasant and takes full advantage of its location, offering a good spot for lunch brunch or a quick coffee. All that's left is a little bit of tweaking in kitchen.


Classic Rock Coffee Co.: Hidden American Coffee House at Citystars
Published On: 01/05/2016

Keeping up with Cairo's restaurant scene is as exciting and it is unpredictable and while local restauranteurs compete with new concepts every day, more and more international chains are also trying out their luck on Cairo's restaurant map. One of these venues is Classic Rock Coffee Co.; an American coffee house that takes up a space at a restaurant called the Garage at Citystars. Tucked away beside the tickets office on Citystars' fifth floor, Classic Rock Coffee Co. shares the same venue with the Garage, which dominates with a biking-themed interior – colourful scattered helmets, biking graffiti on the walls, a full bike at the entrance - while Classic Rock introduces subtle rock music theme, which is mostly shown in its guitar themed banners and guitar pick logos on their menu. Eager to find out what both venues have to offer, we decided to order our meals from the Garage and trying Classic Rock's shakes and beverages. Skimming through the Garage menu –which involves a mishmash of international picks including burgers, pizzas, Chinese and Italian food – we were a little concerned with the restaurant's lack of identity but we decided to keep it simple with Ninja Fingers (39 LE) as our appetiser and for the mains, we opted for the Garage Burger (39LE) and the Royal Star Burger (39 LE) with a side of Garage Cocktail Fries (19 LE each). Served as fourbreaded boneless tender chicken strips, the Ninja Fingers had a pleasant golden crunchy outer crust, but as soon as we sliced into it, the breading started to crumble apart or completely fell of as we dipped it into the accompanying honey mustard dip. Shortly after, our burgers and fries arrived. Served in small bowls, the Garage Cocktail Fries – basically chili cheese fries – were covered with a thin layer of cheese that we had to dig to find the minced beef, while the red beans were nonexistent as if the chef was holding back. Overall, it was a mediocre dish. A large burger patty stuffed with mozzarella cheese, covered with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and special garage sauce, The Garage burger had an unpleasant stale taste with no presence of any mozzarella stuffing as promised in the menu while the bun didn't taste special. The Royal Star burger was a double patty burger with essentially the same toppings as the Garage Burger, with an addition of beef bacon which we requested to give the burger an extra punch; only it didn't do much as the burger itself had the same stale taste as the one before. Fortunately, Classic Rock Coffee Co's milkshakes came in to save the day. The Chocolate Peanut Butter (26LE) was a heavenly piece of art, with a delightful taste of melted chocolate ice cream and a magnificent peanut butter aftertaste that was both delicious and exciting. The Purple People Eater (26LE) was incredibly refreshing with an amazing blueberry sourness complimented with bananas which worked so well with the overall flavour of the shake. We sealed the deal with the aptly named Full Tank of Sundae (36 LE); three scoops of vanilla, chcolate and strawberry ice-cream topped which were smooth and quite refreshing even though they were served without the promised chocolate/caramel sauce. Overall, we had a disappointing experience with the Garage burgers and we feel the place needs more time to elevate the quality of its dishes and figure out the type of restaurant it wants to be. But as far as milkshakes and desserts –which is what we actually came for- Classic Rock Coffee Co. introduces great flavours which definitely redeemed the evening and will make us come again soon for some more.


Yoggy’s: Fat-Free Fro-Yo at Sheikh Zayed's Americana Plaza
Published On: 30/03/2016

Frozen yoghurt is perhaps the best invention since French fries-except that maybe it is far less hefty and has guiltless calories. Arriving early to the IMAX movie theatre with a couple of hours to spare before the movie starts, we came across Yoggy's, a fro-yo specialist which turns out to be the sweetest waste of time. Located inside Americana Plaza, Yoggy's is a fat-free frozen yogurt shop with a simple, casual purple & white atmosphere, few wooden benches in the outdoor area –similar to the ones you find in school courtyards- not to mention intriguing DIY frozen yoghurt machines which stood out as soon as we stepped inside. Yoggy's has three different cup sizes, only the scale is what specifies the cost where 100 grams of frozen yoghurt costs 24LE. With three machines available, each having two blendable flavours –pistachio, strawberry and bubble gum to name a few- we opted for two medium sized cups of frozen yoghurt, where the first was a mixture of plain Frozen Yoghurt with Blueberry (65LE) and the second was Custard and Chocolate (60LE) ready to be spiked with toppings. Starting from the blueberry and plain frozen yoghurt mix, the consistency was thick, creamy and very smooth. The plain frozen yogurt had a creamy flavour with a tangy kick to it which worked so well with the sweetness of the fruits and the gummy bears, while the blueberry had a fruity, refreshing and zesty flavour which didn't need any additional toppings. Topped with oreos and M&Ms, the chocolate frozen yogurt was bursting with chocolate flavour which made us feel like it wasn't frozen yogurt and more of a soft chocolate ice cream while the custard frozen yogurt had a milky pudding-like flavour to it; a perfect choice for those who prefer sweet flavours overpowering the sour and tangy flavours of the frozen yogurt. Yoggy's is a fun experience and a great outing for those looking for a sweet light treat before heading to the movies or while on a shopping spree. Everything from using the fro-yo machines, watching the luscious frozen yogurt going into the cup and topping it with gummy bears was delightful but it definitely came at a price. 


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