Thu, 03 Dec 2020 - 09:59 GMT
Thu, 03 Dec 2020 - 09:59 GMT
When we are done with our busy weekdays that are loaded with work, to-do lists, and endless errands, it is only fair that we eagerly wait for the weekend to earn that well-deserved break we long for. Friday can be the most anticipated day of the week and there is quite a delight in relishing a delicious breakfast with a cup of coffee in a nice venue on a Friday morning. We are bringing you a roundup of splendid places where you can gather with your friends and family to make the best of your Friday mornings.
On The West Side of Cairo
Granita, All The Saints Cathedral, Zamalek
Nestled in the heart of All The Saints Cathedral, Zamalek, resides Granita paying homage to Egypt of the 30s and 40s with a contemporary twist. Granita boasts a cozy ambience reflected in the warmth of wood and accentuated by splendid chandeliers, as well as a burst of colorful flowers hanging from the ceiling and everywhere around. In addition to the indoors area, the open area features a small garden with comfortable seating and beautiful surroundings for people to enjoy the fresh air. The menu introduces a wide selection of culinary treats from breakfast, soups, and appetizers, to succulent main dishes and tantalizing deserts.
30 North, ICONIA Building, Zamalek
Known for their freshly brewed specialty coffee and aromatic flavors, 30 North is the place to be when you crave your caffeine intake and an appetizing breakfast. Located in ICONIA building in Zamalek which is formerly known as the AUC Dorms, 30 North occupies most of the courtyard space of the building with casual seating in addition to a small indoor area. The menu is quite a treat offering various tempting options. The salmon eggs benedict is definitely a must-try, and of course let the barista take you through the different types of coffee they offer for a much needed caffeine fix.
Eish + Malh
A walk down the memory lane of Downtown Cairo’s historical and magical streets, there is a lot to explore. When at Eish + Malh expect not only great food, but also a delightful crowd mix of Egyptians and foreigners together. Though the name is purely Egyptian, the cuisine is Italian. Indulge in a selection of pastries and bakeries, French toast, eggs, pancakes and a lot more fresh appetizing selections for breakfast. If you are brunching on a Friday, chances are an entertaining live performance will be in the house.
On The East Side of Cairo
Ralph’s German Bakery, Maadi
Dahab’s most popular breakfast spot Ralph’s German Bakery has originally opened their first branch in Maadi. Already demonstrated in its name, this place is all about fresh-out-of-the-oven bakery that will satisfy your appetite’s cravings. Besides their hard-to-resist bakery, their English breakfast is not to be missed.
Angie’s Place, New Cairo
If you are not an early riser, definitely head to Angie’s Place as their breakfast hours are extended. Trust us, this is not the only reason why you need to give this nice place a try; their pancakes with honey and butter are simply heavenly. The breakfast menu is broad and other entries in the menu are worth a try, especially their desserts.