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The Cairo Guide to the Best Oriental Sweets in Ramadan

15th November 2011
No matter where or how you eat your fetar during Ramadan, there’s a 99.9% chance that you’ll end up having oriental sweets for dessert. And any family occasion or a friend’s sohour party must be accompanied by a box of oriental delicacies. This is an inhe... Read >

Beit El Harawi: 18th Century House And Concert Hall

04th November 2011
A number of houses from Egypt’s Mamluk Period can still be found today throughout Islamic Cairo. Along with Beit El Suheimi and Beit Zeinab El Khatoun, Beit El Harrawi is a house commonly visited by those interested in 18th century Cairene architecture. ... Read >

Mohamed Ali Palace

04th November 2011
When Albanian soldier Mohamed Ali became governor of Egypt, he implemented a number of changes that eventually led him to be remembered by many as the father of Modern Egypt. Among his achievements were social and educational reforms as well as the constr... Read >

Best Shops in Cairo: A Look Back At 2010

21st January 2011
It’s very difficult to rate a shop in Cairo; one shopper’s favourite can be another shopper’s nightmare. We’ve compiled here the best of the shops that we’ve reviewed during 2010, and taken into consideration our readers’ feedback. We’re very proud that a... Read >

Prego: Maadi Fast Food Delivers the Goods

03rd November 2010
By Nour Motawa Lunchtime is happy time for those with offices or homes in Cairo within the delivery radius of Prego. That is because Prego's basic yet delicious food is a favourite at offices around Cairo. The menu options range from healthy to sinfull... Read >