Renowned for being Cairo’s ultimate destination for an experience of upscale luxury, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence is never short when it comes to celebrating the art of gastronomy with its spectrum of culinary restaurants.
Taking it up to another level, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence introduces the First Nile Boat; Cairo’s latest luxury dining destination that comes with panoramic views of the Nile. Docked on the west banks of the Nile, right across from the hotel is the First Nile Boat, boasting a contemporary setting that melds simplicity with luxury.
What is a magical ambience without incredible food? The First Nile Boat is the latest addition to the scene in Cairo; Nairu, which offers a broad range of Asian delicacies from the Far East; China, Japan, India, Thailand and Korea.
Nairu, which means Nile in Japanese, boasts a selection of delicacies handpicked by Chef Nazlan, whose signature dishes include Mongolian style beef with sweet soy sauce, mouthwatering Bao Buns and the Sago Gula Melaka dessert; chilled tapioca pearl, palm sugar, coconut cream, and caramel coconut ice cream.
Cairo’s meat lovers are in for a Brazilian treat at Xodó, where the churrascaria with its finest cuts of grilled meats is awaiting, in addition to a selection of Brazilian appetizers and salads, as well as dazzling cocktails. From the famous Pão de Alhogrelhado which gathers garlic bread and chicken liver paté, and the Salada de Horta com Camarão that blends an assortment of greens with prawns, walnuts, and goat cheese, to traditional Brazilian grills including Linguiça de Carne com Queijo; Australian veal and chicken spiral sausage with cuiabana cheese.
When it comes to desserts, Xodó offers the South American Pudim de Leite Condensado, the Brazilian homemade, condensed milk flan. Guests who are looking for non-meat options are also welcome on board and indulge in Chef Guilherme’s flavoursome vegetarian dishes and food that he grew up with in São Paolo.
With only a few ingredients close at hand back then, Guilherme learned to make use of the simplest of ingredients to create five-star signature dishes, which he’s been flaunting during his 15-year journey in his homeland and in Bahrain where he mastered the art of churrascaria.
Now that you know where your next refined dining experience will be, all you need to do is book a table! The First Nile Boat is now open for reservations: call Xodó on +20 2 35671870 and Nairu on +20 2 3567 1890.