Cairo Restaurants

Cafe Supreme: Cairo Festival City Mall Branch Falls Short of Expectations
Published On: 01/06/2015

The problem many restaurant and café chains face with expansion is the rise of inconsistency, whether it's in the quality of food and drinks or in the general level of service. Having tried and tested quite a few branches of Café Supreme, we headed almost automatically to the next one we spotted only to find out that it faced that very same issue. Overlooking Cairo Festival City's famous dancing fountain, Café Supreme boasts a prime location with both outdoor and indoor seating. During the time of our visit, the outdoor seating area was swamped though, so we settle for an indoor table.  The indoor of the café/restaurant was dimly lit with a modern-esque design and basic furnishing- nothing too artsy here. A couple of minutes after seating us, our waiter came by with our menus, which boasted all of Café Supreme's signature items of basic dishes that include salads, pastas, pizzas, chicken dishes, beef dishes and sandwiches. For shisha, we went for a Vanilla-Coconut flavour and a Strawberry flavour (40 LE/each) and for our dishes, we opted for Chicken Crispers (45LE) and a Super Salami pizza (45LE). The shishas, naturally, arrived before the food, and whilst they were, as is the usual with Café Supreme's shishas, quite wispy and flavourful, there was a lack of proper coal maintenance throughout our visit. The Chicken Crispers arrived ten minutes before the pizza did with a side of honey mustard for dipping. Lacking a satisfying crunch or any strong flavouring, they left us a bit disappointed. The pizza's late arrival was not, unfortunately, made up for by any impressive feature in the taste department, as we found the dough to be not as rich as it usually is, and the mozzarella cheese to be too scarce. The toppings, which included salami and bell peppers were scattered in abundance. All in all, this specific branch of Café Supreme failed to live up to the high standards set by the chain's other branches. The waiters, for what it's worth, were, however, quite pleasant and amicable all throughout our visit.

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: Specialist Cuisine Award Winners
Published On: 31/05/2015

Dining in Cairo is no easy task to navigate, especially if you're a particularly picky eater who values authenticity over localised version of foreign cuisine. While many foodies will appreciate the quirkiness of specialised cuisines, unfortunately, in the cut-throat Egyptian restaurant market, novelties are not enough. Only few have ever managed to start something new and unusual, fewer have stuck around to tell the story. That's why these restaurants are worthy winners of Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards – think of them as trailblazers; they dared to present something new and they manage to keep patrons coming back. Antique Khana (French Cuisine Award) A unique French bistro of sorts, Antique Khana is more than just an restaurant; the Zamalek venue's unique atmosphere and occasional event make it a one-of-a-kind eatery. Barbacoa Mexican Grill (Latin American Cuisine Award) Having taken Maadi y storm on its opening, Barbacoa is set to become even better, with renovations in the works set to elevate what is an already a top Cairo restaurant. Cachimba (Spanish Cuisine Award) Sheikh Zayed's own slice of Spain serves up delicious Tapas, Paellas and shisha in a comfortable, inviting and surprisingly homely atmosphere. Chef's Market (Mediterranean Cuisine Award) Fresh, creative and always evolving, the menu alone at Chef's Market is worthy of praise; add to that the light and airy surroundings that take you out of the bustle of Citystars and you have one of the best in Cairo. Çok Güzel (Turkish Cuisine Award) Turkish cuisine is rare in Cairo, but in Çok Güzel, Egypt's capital has a rare gem. Located way out in 6th of October City, the restaurant offers authentic Turkish dishes that are well worth the trip for out-of-towners. The Fondue Pot (Specialist Cuisine Award) There are few things in life better than melted cheese. Well, actually, maybe melted chocolate – whatever the case, the Fondue Pot does both and will have you hooked. The Greek (Mediterranean Cuisine Award) Another  of the least represented cuisines in Cairo, the Greek in Maadi is intimate, casual and boasts a menu crafted at the hands of Greek matriarch – and she's done an outstanding job! Gringos Burrito Grill (Latin American Cuisine Award) Another staple of Maadi takeout, Gringos quickly made a name for itself delivering enormous and extremely filling burritos, quesadillas and tacos – enormous in size and in flavour. Little Swiss (Specialist Cuisine Award) Probably the most famous of all the Swiss restaurants in Cairo, Little Swiss is known for the best raclette and fondue in town, and now has a bigger and better venue too. Osmanly (Turkish Cuisine Award) Kempinski Nile's Turkish restaurant is immersive in every way. The food is astounding while the luxurious hotel's Nile-side sets the mood for a master-class in dining. Ovio (European Cuisine Award) Located in Galleria40, Ovio backs up its claims of being a European artisan restaurant with refined, creative dishes that make for a exceptional and inimitable restaurant. Santorini (Mediterranean Cuisine Award) The most recent addition to Greek cuisine contingent in Egypt, Santorini is the full experience. From authentic mouth watering dishes, to the decor, ambiance and choice of music. Swiss Cottage (Specialist Cuisine Award) Because one Swiss restaurant in Maadi is not enough! Swiss Cottage sports a very cosy atmosphere perfect for a date. If you enjoy DIY food, this is the place for you. Tabla Luna (Latin American Cuisine Award) Colourful in every sense of the word, Tabla Luna has recently opened a second branch and if the original Maadi restaurant is anything to go by, 6th of October City residents are in for a treat. For more on the 2015 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards, click here.

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Breeze: Calming Pool-Side Restaurant & Lounge at Katameya Heights
Published On: 31/05/2015

Having been a staple for many of New Cairo's residents for years, Breeze's laid back summery feel paired with its overall ambiance of sophistication have helped make it quite a timeless venue.  Overlooking the clubhouse's pool at Katameya Heights, and boasting a calm air, the lounge almost gives visitors the feel of being anywhere but in the busy capital. Upon arrival, our waiter led us to the table we had already reserved a day earlier, with menus already laid on it. With calmative lighting, and comfy bright coloured furnishing made up of cosy couches and low chairs, the venue immediately induced a feeling of relaxation. Before delving into our menus, we went for a few shishas, ordering the Blueberry (36 LE), and Vanilla-Coconut (43LE) flavours. They arrived within a few minutes and were quite wispy and delightful, yet coal maintenance was only properly done when we constantly called on the waiter. Breeze's menu is, for the most part, inspired by Lebanese/Syrian cuisine and features some of its signature dishes including Tabouleh, Fattoush, Mesahab and Mutabel amongst others. For appetizers, we went for Labneh (27LE), Hummos Jabali (35LE), and Tomiya (25LE). As for our main dishes, we went for Shish Tawook with a side of French Fries (66LE), Arayes (50LE). Our appetisers arrived within countable minutes, accompanied by two hefty bread baskets filled with freshly baked Baladi bread. The Labneh was creamy, topped with marinated olives and olive oil, while the Hummos was dense, topped with whole chickpeas and olive oil- both were heavenly. The Tomiya as also quite delicious and had just the right amount of garlic. Arriving right by the time we were scrapping our appetizers clean, our main dishes were a whole other story of pure of scrumptiousness. The Shish Tawook, featuring well-marinated chicken pieces that were grilled to perfection, was bursting with flavour, and the fries were non-oily and crisp and came in an adequate serving. The Aarayes were, featuring grilled meat enveloped in thin pastry, were equal parts satiating and light. All in all, Breeze has definitely managed to maintain its level of both quality food, and satisfying service. The waiters were always alert, and polite yet amicable and the food was well-presented and boasted freshness. Sure, the prices may be a bit steep, considering the 200 LE minimum charge, but the venue definitely delivered. 

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: Oriental Cuisine Award Winners
Published On: 31/05/2015

Though it might be a stretch to suggest Egypt as a location for the growing trend of food tourism, but few cuisines are engrained in their cultures as much as Oriental cuisine is in the Middle East. Be it Egyptian or Lebanese, these cuisines have come to be part of life for natives and part of the experience for visitors. When it comes to the former, the idea of 'homemade' food is as coveted as anything and authenticity is always a factor – something only a few restaurants in Cairo manage to achieve on a regular basis. Here are the winners of the Oriental Cuisine Awards in the 2015 Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Awards. Abou El Sid (Authentic Egyptian Dining Award) A staple of Oriental cuisine in itself, few are able to capture the kitschy nostalgia of Abou El Sid and can deliver the same quality of food. Andrea (Authentic Egyptian Dining Award) The default answer for grilled chicken, Andrea's popularity didn't happen overnight and what other restaurant can be bold enough to serve only grilled chicken and no other meats? It's the Andrea way. Kazouza (Authentic Egyptian Dining Award) Combining the common ahwa with an upscale restaurant is a bizarre idea indeed, but if the waiting lines prove anything, it's that Kazouza are onto something. Unpretentious, wholesome and fun. Tasha (Authentic Egyptian Dining Award) Sporting a mouth-watering menu anyone who has grown up in Egypt will surely drool over, Tasha serves truly authentic home-cooked meals that are executed fantastically. Ayadina Lebanese Restaurant (Oriental Cuisine Award) Cutting into a market as saturated as the Lebanese cuisine is a difficult task, but Ayadina have proven to be one of the most distinctive restaurants of its kind. Caracas (Oriental Cuisine Award) Because Lebanese cuisine is an all-around experience that involves plenty of appetisers, delicious main-courses, and the eventual shisha – Caracas excels at them all. El Kebabgy (Oriental Cuisine Award) Sofitel Cairo El Gezirah's El Kebabgy offers a wholesome experience of wining and dining that incorporates all the delicious cold mezzas and bottomless bread baskets you can desire. The mixed grill and grilled veal liver are must try dishes. La Palmaeraie (Oriental Cuisine Award) Moroccan cuisine scarce in Cairo and delicious in equal amounts, bur Sofitel's La Palmaeraie brings together the heartiness of the cuisine with the elegance of high-end dining. Taboula (Oriental Cuisine Award) A legend on the dining scene, the original branch of Taboula in Garden City has birthed several franchised branches across Cairo, thanks to its inimitable food and experience – consistency is their middle name. Tamara Lebanese Bistro (Oriental Cuisine Award) It's difficult to expand so rapidly yet maintain the same level of quality that made you succeed. Tamara Lebanese Bistro have been able to do just that all while maintaining the status of a good venue for just a shisha, or a full course meal. Tanoureen (Oriental Cuisine Award) Combining an extremely comfortable atmosphere in one of Maadi's quieter areas, Tanoureen offers quality Lebanese food in the environment it was meant to be served in. Zeitouna Lebanese Bistro (Oriental Cuisine Award) Bringing a bistro feel to Lebanese cuisine, Zeitouna Lebanese Bistro combines the elegance of the Nile City Towers with home-cooking flavours. For more on the Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015, click here.

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: Italian Cuisine Award Winners
Published On: 28/05/2015

Possibly the most misrepresented and hard-done-by cuisine of them all in Egypt, Italian food is among the most preferred by many around Cairo – because who doesn't like the comfort of a big bowl of pasta or the intangible joy of pizza? Yet it remains the single most localised and appropriated cuisines in the city and in the Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015 winners in the Italian Cuisine category, we have a special selection of restaurants whose consistent commitment to authenticity makes them a cut above the rest. La Trattoria  (Italian Cuisine Award) Retaining a rare and intangible atmosphere, La Trattoria is a classic will take you away from the busy Zamalek streets to a no-nonsense, yet laidback, environment where the food is excellent. Leonardo  (Italian Cuisine Award) One of the Fairmont Heliopolis & Towers' main attractions, Leonardo provides delicious and wholesome Italian dishes, combined with a touch all the elegance and subtlety of fine-dining. STRADA  (Italian Cuisine Award) While relatively new amongst its counterparts at the Four Seasons Nile at the First Residence, STRADA has quickly proven themselves as connoisseurs of refined Italian dining and boasts a laidback atmosphere. Crust (Authentic Pizzeria Award) Knowing the authentic recipes well enough to add interesting elements into the mix, Crust provide Maadi residents with tasty thin-crusted pizzas. Il Divino (Authentic Pizzeria Award) Having not been around for long, Il Divino took Zamalek by storm and sports a wood-fire oven and a chic and intimate setting that churns out delicious pizzas for the purists. Vinny's Pizzeria (Authentic Pizzeria Award) Offering the closest thing to the New York style pizza, Vinny's has had the residents of Maadi coming back for more since the day they opened their doors  and have since expanded to a kitchen in Zamalek. For more on the 2015 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards, click here.

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: International Cuisine Award Winners
Published On: 28/05/2015

The phrase 'international cuisine' is a troublesome one; a proverbial dumping ground, of sorts, of unfocused, vague dining concepts. Most restaurants will sell the idea of international cuisine as serving up a little of everything – which is a far too simplified notion. What makes a restaurant serving international cuisine successful is mastering the nuances of different cuisines and bring them into one plausible, concise menu – something that the winners of the Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards in this category do, not only well, but with an intangible panache. Crave (International Cuisine) As one of the longest running and most loved restaurant chains in Cairo, Crave's ability to remain in the hearts and minds of Cairenes is testament to its brilliantly simple approach to the dining experience – an approach that doesn't compromise its quality. Le Chantilly (International Cuisine) While Le Chantilly would fit with its Swiss counterparts in the specialist cuisine section, it's their ability to go beyond cheese and chocolate that secured Le Chantilly a spot in the International Cuisine Awards. Oak Grill (International Cuisine) While Oak Grill known for serving up a mean steak, the Conrad Cairo Hotel restaurant's menu offers so much more and dining there is complete and immersive experience complimented by imported wines and elegant surroundings. The Smokery (International Cuisine) A restaurant that specialises in salmon – and seafood in general – sells itself, really. With a prime location in Katameya Heights, an excellent menu crafted by the hands of Chef Vincent Guillou, the Smokery is a unique and inimitable restaurant in Cairo. Ted's (International Cuisine) A newcomer to the dining scene in Cairo, there was plenty of hype and expectation leading to the opening of Ted's – expectations that were met with aplomb. With an in-house bakery, a comprehensive juice bar and, of course, the coveted Cheese Room, Ted's transcends its mall location. Charwood's (Premium Steakhouse) A staple of every Cairo carnivore, Charwood's has gathered a following thanks to its impressive handling of steaks. Many have bemoaned its closure in Mohandiseen, but its Sheikh Zayed branch hasn't lost any of the original's charm. JW Steakhouse (Premium Steakhouse) Granted, it's possibly the priciest on this list, but at JW Steakhouse, you're paying for top quality. Many an enchanted heart has, in vain, tried to write sonnets and poems about JW Marriott's signature restaurant, but words just aren't enough. Over the top? Try it first. One Oak (Premium Steakhouse) Another relative newbie in Cairo, everything at One Oak is customisable – everything. Cut, weight, sides, sauces – and the kitchen knows what they're doing when it comes to cooking it perfectly to request, which isn't always the case in Cairo. Click here for a full rundown of the 2015 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Award winners.

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: Indian Cuisine Award Winners
Published On: 27/05/2015

What can you say about Indian food that hasn't been said before? Robust and rich in flavours and big in portion size, it's a near-perfect fit for Cairo's collectively large and ravenous appetite. It's also a deceptively versatile cuisine, with vegetarians able to indulge and binge, too. But despite this, renditions of Indian food in Cairo vary greatly in quality and authenticity and often miss some much-needed tender, love and care during the cooking process. Then again, a select few restaurants in Egypt's capital have managed to capture that intangible authenticity almost perfectly. Here are the Indian Cuisine category winners for the Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Awards 2015. Begum Having, with its sister restaurant Nawab, grown out of Zamalek, Begum now offers the same delicious menu to the residents of Maadi in a comfortable, laid back restaurant that periodically holds events featuring Indian snacks and knick-knacks. Maharaja The Ramses Hilton has stood tall overlooking Downtown Cairo for some time and after some renovations and changes, Maharaja is definitely the crown jewel of the Downtown inn and manages to take what is a generally casual and unfussy cuisine into high-end territory.   Maharani One of the many foreign cuisine restaurants in Maadi, Maharani ticks all the boxes; the venue is modest, the environment and atmosphere is relaxed and is unobtrusive and, most importantly, the food is spot on. Massala Heliopolis is rich with restaurants and cafes, but not when it comes to Indian cuisine. Massala dishes out bigger portions than most at very reasonable prices. If you squint, you might think you're in a small New Delhi restaurant. Nawab A classic on the island of Zamalek, Nawab has stood strong for years as possibly the most popular Indian restaurant in Cairo. Unpretentious, reasonably-priced and with a huge selection of dishes on offer, Nawab keeps Cairenes coming back for more. Check out all of the 2015 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Award winners here.

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: Health-Conscious Dining Award Winners
Published On: 27/05/2015

It's not easy promoting healthy eating in a city that historically loves its fatty, sugary foods. The preconceived notions about 'healthy restaurants' don't help either, because many consider healthy food to be, well, not even really food – it's not filling and it's not all that big on flavour. The last few years, however, has seen a host of eateries around Cairo prove that notion wrong – which is no easy task, first and foremost because it's about education and informing as much as it's about serving food. With the Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Awards for Healthy Dining, we honour those paving the way for healthier eating habits. Lychee (Fresh Juices & Smoothies Award) Because fruits are nature's candy. Lychee's store on Brazil Street took Zamalek by storm on its opening, offering healthy, energising and detoxing fruit drinks that are both delicious and guilt-free. It's popularity has lead to several branches in Cairo as well as one on the North Coast. GoodCals (Healthy Dining Award) Between the fresh ingredients in the salads and sandwiches, and the totally guilt-free food, GoodCals has cemented itself as a connoisseur of healthy dining; their food is simple, unfussy and good for what ails you - a perfect office lunch and one of the first to take on the daunting task of convicing Cairo that salads are cool.  Lujo's Fresh Junk (Healthy Dining Award) Who say's healthy food can't be absolutely scrumptious and delicious? Lujo's Fresh Junk offers top-notch, creative gourmet food at very reasonable prices, all the while keeping you from worrying about your waistline. Sattva Steps (Healthy Dining Award) Another Zamalek eatery that took the island by storm, Sattva Steps won't only count the calories for you, but the number of steps you need to burn them too. If you're watching your weight but don't want to compromise the flavour, Sattva Steps has got you covered. The Vegan Kitchen (Healthy Dining Award) A vegan diet is possibly one of the hardest to educate, and convince, diners on, but when you try the food at the Vegan Kitchen, you won't miss the meat or the dairy; the dishes are creative and, more importantly, full of flavour and flair. Seriously, try the tofu steak. For more on the 2015 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards, click here.

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: Asian Cuisine Award Winners
Published On: 26/05/2015

Colourful, diverse and occasionally spicy, Asian cuisine in Cairo continues to flourish. No longer are we limited to just Chinese food and sushi, either; recent years have seen the introduction of Korean and Thai cuisines, and Japanese cuisine has being further explored. As the biggest and most populated continent, it's only natural that the cultural diversity of Asia should produce such eclectic cuisines. And, while we love the flavour palette of the Far East, it's not an easy cuisine to master and not all Asian restaurants have been able to perfect the small things that really count in making a perfect dish – but then some have. Here are the Asian Cuisine category winners for the Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Awards 2015. 8 For the perfectionists and purists; if you're looking for truly authentic Cantonese cuisine, you won't find it any better than 8. Not only does the Four Seasons Nile Plaza restaurant serve outstanding food, but it also boasts a stunning Nile view and a quality of service unbeknown to Cairo. Asia Bar So few of the restaurants on Cairo's many Nile-side boats live up to the expectations, but no such problem has befell Asia Bar in Zamalek, thanks to its diverse menu and the allure of casual and fun experience, be it for dinner or drinks – or both, of course. Birdcage While more and more Thai food emerges across Cairo's dining scene, InterContinental Semiramis' most popular and famed restaurant, Birdcage, is a cut above the rest, managing to combine the joy that only Thai food can give you, with a chic and relaxed ambiance. Bob Sushi It's tough to compete with the big boys, but Bob Sushi has made a remarkable effort to distinguish itself from the herd while offering classics as well as westernised favourites. With two branches – in Dokki and Heliopolis – it may not be the biggest name in the city, but the food can't be faulted. Mirai Wedged in-between Left Bank and Sequoia in Zamalek, Mirai offers a diverse range of sophisticated Asian cuisine in a laidback atmosphere by the Nile. Like its sister venues on either side, the restaurant has become somewhat of a hotspot since its opening and hasn't looked back. Mori Sushi Probably one of the most recognised names on Cairo's restaurant scene, Mori Sushi needs no introduction to Cairenes. The sushi chain's ability to consistently dish out delicious food in classy modern-Asian settings with great service guarantees them a spot on this list. Saigon Restaurant & Lounge Fairmont Nile City's Saigon Restaurant & Lounge may be most frequented for its nightlife events, but one trip there for lunch or dinner will reveal that you've been missing out on a remarkable Asian fusion menu full of robust flavours – high-end dining at its finest. Shogun With an endlessly entertaining Teppanyaki station, as well as combinations of authentic and westernised sushi rolls, InterContinental Citystars' Shogun is one of the lesser talked about restaurants on the winners list, but has consistently shown itself to be more than worthy of Asian-lovers' attention. ZENTRO A winner for the second year in a row, Maadi's Zentro offers sushi, Thai food and Chinese food amongst other Eastern delights,in a moder, chic setting. Seriously, Maadi gets all the good restaurants. For more on the 2015 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards, click here.

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The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2015: American Dining Award Winners
Published On: 26/05/2015

A deceptively simple, yet complex cuisine, American dining is all about the satisfaction. Sure, it may leave you with a sense of guily but that's because it's all about 'big'; big portions, big flavours and just plain big everything. While elements of this cuisine are regularly mistreated in kitchens throughout Egypt in the form of subpar, flavourless burgers, soggy fries and uncreative Tex-Mex appetisers, there are a few restaurants in Cairo that have managed to rise above the rest by staying true to the cuisine and dishing out food that is every bit as delicious as it is gluttonous. Here are the winners of the 2015 Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards in the category of American dining - affix bib now and prepare to drool. Blackstone Bistro Offering a creative and consistent menu with a generally comfortable atmosphere, Black Stone Bistro has developed a following between the two branches in Zamalek and Maadi, thanks to its burgers and its rich breakfast options. With staff so friendly and attentive that you just want to take them home, it's consistency that has led to Blackstone's success. Burgerque The youngest winner in the American dining category, Burgerque promised much in the run-up to its opening in Maadi and delivered with aplomb. It has continued to do so with its quirky burger variations and toppings and it also holds the distinction of offering a much more relaxed and languid dining experience – this is not fast-food in any sense of the term. Butcher's Burger Since its innocuous launch in Agouza, Butcher's Burger very quickly made a name for itself with new branches in Zamalek and Sheikh Zayed. Dishing out massive patties with top notch ingredients, Butcher's Burger's has proved to be one of, if not the, best restaurants in its rather crowded and saturated market. Gourmet Burger Cairo Opened in 2012, Gourmet Burger Cairo was on the ground floor of the burger trend and separated itself from the pack by offering veal, duck and other quirky burgers. Increased competition has tried to knock GBC off of its plinth of glory, but the quality of their burgers has held them in good stead – even their veggie burger is excellent! Lord of the Wings Wings are the ultimate appetiser, but, unfortunately, they are also the worst executed appetiser in all of Cairo. Lord of the Wings hasn't been in Cairo all that long, but the chain lives up to its name and is one of few restaurants that actually get the balance right between crunchy chicken and delicious sauce. Lucille's A staple of Maadi and Road 9, Lucille's is a pillar of dining and time-wasting in the leafy suburb.  Almost legendary in status thanks to its awesome burgers and even more awesome breakfasts, Lucille's and has been confusing people about what chicken fried steak is for years and we're npt the only ones hoping it continues to do so for many more years to come. Mince Mince's rapid success came as a result of a no-nonsense approach to making burgers and a continuously evolving menu that is now on offer at Heliopolis and Sheikh Zayed, as well as the original branch in Zamalek. One of the first to kick off the Gourmet Burger craze, Mince's popularity is still very much on the high. For more on the 2015 Cairo 260 Editors' Choice Awards, click here.

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Huawei P8: New, Cutting-Edge Smartphone Sells Out in One Hour at Cairo Launch Event

Chinese telecommunications and technology giant, Huawei, celebrated the Egyptian release of their revolutionary new smart phone, the P8, this week with as special event at the Citystars branch of Virgin Megastore. The launch, much like the device, attracted much buzz and had people lining up outside