Ramadan is the month where pleasing our tummies become our number one priority. There’s just one big problem; deciding where to go and what type of cuisine to choose. Well, this Ramadan you won’t be having that problem because we’ve brought you our favorite iftar and sohour spots (ranked from highest to lowest in price).
Fel Felluca – Maadi
Two Ramadans ago, Fel Felluca launched and it immediately became the ultimate iftar and sohour experience. They offer two services; the Elite and the regular.
Elite iftar: 480 LE, elite sohour: 450 LE
Regular iftar: 380 LE, regular sohour: 350 LE
Location: Corniche El Nil, in front of Alfa Market
For reservations: 0101 111 1041
Welad el Zawat Tent – New Cairo
Welad el Zawat has been gathering friends and families since 2009, and this year is no different. You can find the tent at New Cairo’s JW Marriott hotel. If takht is your thing, this spot is for you.
Iftar (at Layaly Mirage): 414 LE, sohour: 245 LE
Location: JW Marriott Hotel, Ring Road – Mirage City
For reservations: 02 24115588
Al Markeb – Maadi
Much like Fel Felluca, Al Markeb offers an Instagrammable iftar and sohour experience by the Nile. What makes this venue stand out is that they provide their customers with PlayStation, live bands for sohour. You can also pick the boat you want to break your fast or sohour on; with each boat having a different theme.
Iftar: 400 LE, sohour: 250 LE
Location: 33 Corniche El Nile
For reservations: 0101 968 6822
Bab Al Qasr tent – New Cairo
Iftar at Bab Al Qasr tent is special because you’ll always have some of the region’s biggest talents serving as the backdrop to your very own mosalsal that you call your life. May 31 marks their opening night where they’ll be hosting superstar Hakim. Their killer lineup for Thursdays and Fridays include Abd El-Baset Hamuda, El-Essily, Massar Egbary, Hamdy Batchan.
Iftar: 395++ LE, sohour: weekdays- 338 LE , weekends- 448 LE
Location: First Settlement, Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski
For reservations: 01097111151
Lanterns – Mukkatam
Lanterns’ Ramadan tent never fails to wow us. Located in Uptown’s Cairo Clubhouse, the tent overlooks the greens of Emaar Misr’s beautiful golf course.
Iftar: 300++ LE , sohour: weekdays- 210++ LE, weekends- 230++ LE
Location: Mukkatam, Uptown Cairo
For reservations: 01283557000
The Tap East – New Cairo
For Ramadan, The Tap East once again turns into its Arabic alter ego El Hanafeya.
Iftar: 300 LE, sohour: 150 LE
Location: Stella Compound, New Cairo
For reservations: 01283557000
The Terrace & Abu Ali – Zamalek
If you want to have your meal by the Nile but you’re too afraid to get on a boat, then The Terrace & Abu Ali is perfect place for you.
Iftar: 310 LE, sohour: 180 LE
Location: Zamalek, Hilton Zamalek
For reservations: 01001604031
Fawazeer – Giza
Eat & Barrel and Hayda teamed up this holy month to deliver the best of international cuisine in the form of the oriental-themed Fawazeer. The tent also hosts entertainment acts during the weekends; expect to see the likes of Hegazy Metkal, Poussi, Saad el Soghayar and Ahmed Adaweya.
Iftar: 250++ LE, sohour: weekdays- 150 LE, weekends- 250 LE.
Location: Bahr El Aazam, in front of Four Seasons First Residence, Giza
For reservations: 01016496999
Wust El-Balad Tent – Downtown Cairo
The luxurious Nile Ritz-Carlton is hosting Wust El-Balad Tent — which by the way is our favorite. Situated in the heart of Cairo, expect to have a big side of mesmerizing view of the Egyptian Museum when you have your food.
Iftar: 250+ LE , sohour: 275 LE
Location: Corniche El Nile Cairo, Egypt
For reservations: 0101 695 5555
Riverside – Zamalek
Break your fast with a wide range of items and different set-menus at Riverside. If you’re a big fan of options and small menus aren’t your thing, Riverside will be your thing. Their entertainment lineup includes El-Leithy, Adaweya, Massar Egbari and Abdel Basset Hammoda.
Iftar: 185+ LE, sohour: 150+ LE
For reservations: 01212801290