A brilliant little restaurant, offering local and European food. Excellent service, really hot food, my favourite was the stuffed pigeon.
No complaints at all. Loved the decor (cool green and white). Daughter had an English style meal while I went for traditional egyptian which was worth the wait! Really wanted to try the rice pudding but the meal, really cheap was so filling! Plenty of it!
I've just come back from this restaurant as I had had my diner, it is a little bit hidden on the second floor of a building overlooking the sphinxes avenue excavations, I was a little bit worried when I got inside as I was the only guest and the hall was some what small also, but I found nice dishes... More
It's just not the same since they knocked the original down that was a great fun place, the Lemon juice is still the best in town and the food is fine just lacks atmosphere. Will still go back though.
I have eaten in Amoun since 14 yrs & it was at its old location near to the tourist Souk. The menu offers cheap affordable food but fresh & yummy too...I would highly recommend the potato salad
The restaurant is upstairs above a shopping arcade . It varied between empty and quite full but the food was always good and good value. Very convenient if , like us, you stay in the El Luxor hotel as part of a cheap package. Interesting view from the window of the street scene outside, where they are excavating part of... More
A small family run restaurant with Egyptian and Western cuisine. Some of the dished were not available because the food wasn't in season. Saying that, there was still a lot of choice, large portions and it was great value for money.
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