The Definitive Guide to Living in the Capital , Cairo , Egypt

Books

Sara Abou Bakr, et al: Hello, It’s a Muslim Calling

Sara Abou Bakr, et al: Hello, It’s a Muslim Calling

Victoria Hislop: The Thread

When their grandson asks them why they have never left their home in Greece, The…

Andrew Humphreys: Grand Hotels of Egypt in the Golden Age of Travel

There is nothing more exciting than getting out of your country and exploring other parts…

Kevin Maney:Trade-Off: Why Some Things Catch On, and Others Don't

In the ever-changing capitalistic, new-age world we live in, everything changes with maximum speed, including…

Lucy Caldwell: The Meeting Point

Literature has always benefitted from the idea that we live in a global village. The…

Eamonn Gearon: The Sahara: A Cultural History

How many camel experts do you know? If the answer is none, then you can…

S.J. Watson: Before I Go to Sleep

”Memories define us. So what if you lost yours every time you went to sleep?”…

Cecilia Ahern: The Time of My Life

The Time of My Life tells Lucy Silchester's story with a fairytale-like twist. Her life…

Annabel Pitcher: My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece

It's often said that the most noticeable thing about a book is its cover, but…

Rawah Al Falah Badrawi: Siwa: Legends and Lifestyles in the Egyptian Sahara

More than just an elegant coffee table book, Siwa: Legends & Lifestyles in the Egyptian…

Steve Harvey: Straight Talk, No Chaser

If you are a woman who has always wanted to understand how the male brain…

User reviews

Waseem El Tanahi

Casper & Gambini’s Nice step up from the usual mall food in Egypt but guys 90% of your restaurant is smoking…

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Yetyet El Hamamy

Kayan Kitchen: A Much, Much Better Alternative to Fast-Food in Cairo I am in love with the food

Asser Ismael Hamdy

DessART It is closed a year ago.

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Tai Torky

Nola Cupcakes Nola's has become the contender for quality cupcakes in Egypt. We use them for everything from birthdays to…

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manar.eltayeb

Caracas The most delicious Lebanese Fattah in town

Danielle Steel: Hotel Vendome

Hugues Martin purchases an old hotel, renovates it and turns it into a gem that…

Eleanor Brown: The Weird Sisters

The Weird Sisters follows the story of Rose, Bean and Cordy; the three Andreas sisters…

Daniel Barenboim and Edward W. Said: Parallels and Paradoxes

A book without a defined topic can be a turn-off for some readers, especially in…

Lucette Lagnado: The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit

Throughout history, different ethnic and religious groups have inhabited Egypt; some for brief periods, others…

Sherif Zaki: Sorry, I Don't Smoke

The fact that smoking is bad for your health is not debatable. Although a lot…