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Noisette Introduces a Premium Ramadan Nights Experience in the Heart of Cairo

Island National Museum of Egyptian Civilization Noisette Ramadan Suhoor
Noisette Introduces a Premium Ramadan Nights Experience in the Heart of Cairo
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Nada Wahba

With the holy month of Ramadan upon us, the mood instantly switches for the better and people can’t wait for what this month has to offer, with many looking for ways to beat last year’s Ramadan. While Ramadan traditions are repetitive by nature, there are always new ways to celebrate the month, one of which is the freshly introduced spot that doesn’t just offer a splendid Suhoor experience, it is also located on an island next to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. So you’ll get to prepare yourself for the next day of fasting beside a historical sight with a mesmerising view! 

The Noisette is named after the French for hazelnut, a quintessential ingredient commonly used throughout the month of Ramadan, whether in desserts or main dishes or even the popular Ramadan concoction, Khoshaf. Noisette combines luxury and modernisation to be your go-to Ramadan spot. It’s located at Le Lac du Caire, where you’ll enjoy their exquisite Suhoor served with some entertainment and, of course, the grandiosity of the museum.

Noisette is located at the heart of Cairo, where most of its civilisation lies. It’s time to gather family and friends along for a crème de la crème quality time! You’ll lavish their Suhoor set menu with weekly entertainment programmes. It’s also ideal for corporate Suhoor as it can accommodate up to 450 people.

Their Suhoor menu is elaborate and impressive, including our favourite Arabic mezze, hummus, tarmes, and peanuts. They have the classic Suhoor feast of fuul, crispy falafel, white cheese and tomato, boiled eggs, and delicious omelettes. 

They also have a modern version of Suhoor as well, where they’ll serve pastrami, and tangy halloumi feteer swiss rolls as well as lamb sausage and chicken shawarma. If you want to have an Iftar-themed suhoor, they have an add-on mixed grill platter that includes a selection of their mouth-watering shish taouk, lamb kofta, and veal kebab, served with marinated khalta rice and steamed or grilled vegetables. Of course, there will also be Ramadan refreshments and baked bread baskets. As for dessert, they serve the famous Um Ali and the out-of-this-world special dessert, Qashtaleya.

Noisette is set to open on April 6 until the end of Ramadan, from 10.00 pm to 4.00 am. During the weekends, their entertainment segment features a special Star Night.

For more information, contact 01201620162 or 010006605591. You can reserve online through: