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  • Drofie: The First Pocket-Sized 'Selfie Drone' is Being Developed by an Egyptian Startup
    Dubbed the 'Egyptian selfie drone', 'Drofie' has got the world talking. Gaining attention from everywhere from China and India, to the Netherlands, Italy and Switzerland, it continues to attract international investors from all across the world – and it's still only in its pre-launching phase.
  • MINCE: Breakfast with a Twist at Burger Branch's Zamalek Branch
    When Mince introduced breakfast, desserts and drinks to its menu, the chain's flagship branch in Zamalek missed out on account of it being too small. Thankfully, that's not the case anymore following the move to its new branch on the island, which brought with it the full menu.
  • The Old Market: Bazaars, Entertainment, Dining & More in Sharm El Sheikh
    The Old Market, also known as the Old Town, is one of Sharm El Sheikh's most iridescent, culturally rich and enticing attractions, especially nowadays as it has undergone many profligate enhancements.
  • Tunis Village: A Perfectly Stress-Free Weekend Getaway in Fayoum
    As much as we love Cairo, taking a break from the bustling city life every now and again is a must for the sake of mind, body and soul. The wonderfully serene Tunis Village in Fayoum gives you exactly that – and much more.
  • Bedouin Moon: Perfect Mix of Modern & Traditional at Charming Hotel in Dahab
    'It's like the mountains of Sinai are kissing the sea,' is what this writer once overheard froma conversation between strangers about the small coastal town of Dahab – and it's a sentence that has stuck.
  • 6 Local Travel Groups That Will Help You Fall in Love with Egypt Again
    Whichever side of the divisive #ThisIsEgypt campaign, there's no doubt that Egypt is filled with culturally rich landmarks and captivating attractions, not to mention marvellous hidden spots from the Eastern tip with all its underwater Red Sea wonders
  • Good Vibes: Five Reasons HaciendaBay is 2016’s Go-To for a Perfect Sahel Summer
    Unless you've been living under a rock, you might have noticed a strange, seasonal trend rear its head again; one that sees Cairenes flee the city and head north at weekends – or just at any time possible. Once there, these runaways engage in a range of different beach-based activities. The phenomena we speak of is, of course, Sahel Season.
  • Astrotrips: Egypt’s First Astronomy Trip Initiative
    Imagine what thousands of millions of stars within our Milky Way would look like under the telescope. Now imagine that your gateway to get in touch with the universe, the space, the stars, is only as close as a hiking trip or a camping trip to the dessert.
  • 7 Breathtaking Holiday Destinations in Egypt this Eid
    The Eid Al-Adha weekend is just a few days away and while some have been planning their holidays since the last Eid break, many others continue to hesitate - even squabble - over where to spend the 'Bairam' break.
  • CrossFit: The Fitness Freaks of Engine 38
    While some are born with a natural devotion to regular exercise, others feel more comfortable surrendering to the basic human instinct of avoiding any activity that requires physical effort. With that said, let's take a moment and admire those who commit to the world of fitness by creating communities, so to speak, that have motivated others to ge
  • Cairo 360: 11 Pool Day-use Getaways in the City
    Summertime doesn't simply end by bidding August farewell; and while many Cairenes enjoyed Sahel's eventful nightlife and entertainment, many others shied away from the North Coast's weekend rush. Whether stuck in the city for work, or find Sahel's weekend road trips hassling, Cairo 360 compiled some encouraging and refreshing weekend pool getaways, for those who like to go lavish and for those on a budget as well.
  • 8 Popular Egyptian Dishes That Aren't Actually Egyptian
    As unpredictable a country as Egypt is, if there's one thing we know can say with absolute certainty is that Egyptians love to eat. When you think about it, there aren't many countries that have as many 'national dishes' or culinary trademarks.
  • Fight & Fitness Factory: From MMA to Yoga, a Full Fitness Fete
    There are few younger globally-followed sports as mixed martial arts. While the mention of MMA usually brings up thoughts of the UFC and the misinformed use of phrases like 'human cockfighting', the discipline is much more complex than its mainstream understanding. What we do know, however, is that MMA is the quickest growing sport in the world an
  • Staying Fit in Cairo: 10 Alternative Workouts & Exercise Routines You Should Know About
    Contrary to popular belief, exercising doesn't have to be a grueling chore – even in Cairo. For many, the biggest barrier to exercising regularly is commitment, but when a workout has an element of fun to it, exercising crosses the threshold and becomes a hobby.
  • 10 Places in Cairo to Hold Awesome Kids' Birthday Parties
    Back in the day, the idea of a fantastic kids' birthday party in Cairo would invariably result in a visit to McDonalds – and they'd be more than happy. Things have changed nowadays, though; the needs of children in 2016 are exponentially more complicated than a Happy Meal and a hang-out session with the eternally creepy Ronald McDonald.
  • Weddings in Cairo: 10 Wedding Planners in Egypt That Can Make Your Dream Wedding into a Reality
    We're neck-deep in wedding season in Cairo – a time when bridezilla's across Egypt's capital are on the loose. Between choosing the perfect dress, finding a suitable venue and nailing down cake, the process of putting together your 'big day' is tiresome and stressful at the best of times.
  • Ramadan in Cairo 2016: 15 Great Places for Late-Night Shisha Hangouts
    Cairenes, as much as anyone, are creatures of habit and, when it comes to Ramadan, a lavish feast of a fetar is often very quickly followed by shisha. Now, unless you're some kind of shisha afficianado, its unlikely that you have one (or even have patience) to setup you're evening at home.
  • Vaping in Cairo: 8 Egyptian E-Liquid Brands That Have Taken on the E-Cigarette Trend
    We all know that smoking is bad for our health, to say the least, and people have sought out alternatives to either quit smoking or at least lower the side effects as much as possible.
  • Weddings in Cairo: 10 Alternative Wedding Venues That'll Add a Touch of Magic to Your Big Day
    A big fancy hotel wedding, a small intimate affair or a vibrant celebration by the beach? This is a dilemma that most couples tying the knot go through. Picking a wedding venue can be a daunting task – especially when you consider the other, many daunting tasks tied up to a wedding.
  • Yasmine Nazmy: Veganism in Egypt, Raw Eating & the Power of Social Media
    Yasmine Nazmy is an inspiration to many. Along with being a talented vegan chef, she is also an expert on holistic living, offers cooking classes, nutrition consultations and reaches out to many people on social media. Her aim is to show others that not only is veganism and chemical-free living enriching, but very doable and affordable in Egypt.
  • Life Hacks: 8 Supermarket Foods You Can Use For Something Other Than Eating
    Our kitchens are packed with foods that have so much more use than for eating. That might be a strange idea in itself, but some are even more useful as powerful tools to use around the house than they are in cooking - people often forget that the food properties that are either have a negative or positive impact on our bodies, also effect other thi
  • Deadpool: Marvel Antihero Finally Finds His Place on the Big Screen
    First things first; we all know that Deadpool is no family film. Nor is it your everyday Marvel Comic's adaptation. It is, in fact, every bit as a gutsy, cheeky and an incredibly fun as you'd imagined, but it's also a film that, when stripped down to the bare bones, deals with the basic idea of an antihero better than most.
  • One Oak: Surf & Turf Specialist's New Branch at Point 90
    Deciding where to dine out with your friends can be an exhausting decision – especially with that one friend who's scared of dying from sushi or that other friend who has suddenly decided that they hate all kinds of meat. Luckily, One Oak is one of the few crowd pleasing restaurants, offering great variety with its surf and turf menu.
  • Richard Templer: The Rules of Life
    Self-help books aren't everybody's cup of tea. As much as many people resort to them for answers, many others continue to believe that self-help books generalise issues and provide generic answers and solutions that rarely resolve the challenges at hand.
  • Ravish: Cairo's Newest Burger Restaurant Lands in Heliopolis
    Located in Korba, Heliopolis Ravish is the latest contestant to join the endless battle between gourmet burger restaurants in Cairo. From the chains and the empty bottles hanging on the wall to the small buckets placed on the tables, Ravish has an interior that has become typical of many burger places, with an unremarkable atmosphere, but the open
  • The Lobby: Blackstone Bistro Replacement on its Way to Becoming Zamalek Favourite
    Still in a soft-opening phase, the Lobby in Zamalek has some pretty big shoes to fill. Taking up the space that was once occupied by the popular Blackstone Bistro, the restaurant does show signs of promise in living up to the previous tenant's standards, boasting a cosy atmosphere that meets you as soon as you walk in.
  • Pasta Città: (Mostly) Italian Restaurant Surprises in Sheikh Zayed
    Since opening, Westown Hub has been one of the most obvious choices for a great culinary variety in the Shekh Zayed and 6th of October City areas – but it's not the only place in Beverly Hills Compound that you can find good dining at. Residing in the heart of The Walk in Beverly Hills, Pasta Città has already proven popular for its home-made and h
  • Korba Lounge & Café: Delightful Outdoor & Family-Friendly Atmosphere in Korba
    Korba is one of the most vibrant Cairene districts and a favourite to many – including yours truly. Be it a stroll, have coffee or dine amidst some beautifully designed old apartment buildings, there's always a little something for everyone. Digging for all that is new in the neighborhood, we paid a visit to El Korba Lounge, a new comer to Cairo's
  • El Sid: Abou El Sid's 'Streatery' Offers On-the-Go Egyptian Classics
    A pioneer in Egyptian cuisine in Cairo, one that satisfies your classic home-cooking cravings, Abou El Sid latest expansion comes in the form of the shortened, El Sid; a new concept from the popular chain serving Egyptian food to-go on Mohandiseen's busy Mossadak Street.
  • Tuscany Pasta Grill: Cosy Ambiance & Tasty, if Imperfect, Food at New Cairo's Patio
    The last five years have witnessed the opening of dozens of dining complexes that have redefined dining in Cairo. The newest dining zone to open comes in the form of Patio in New Cairo, where we visited new self-proclaimed pasta and grill specialist, Tuscany.
  • Gringo's Burrito Grill: Hit & Miss Experience with Mexican Specialist
    You know those days when you just don't feel like leaving the house? You know, when all you want to do is binge-watch while binge-eating? Well yours truly had one of those days recently, but instead of going for the usual fast-food options, we looked for somewhere with a little something extra – that's when we decided to revisit Gringo's Burrito.
  • Blaze: New Cairo's Point 90 Mall Welcomes Popular Restaurant Chain
    With a slew of malls opening in New Cairo, it was only a matter of time before some of the city's most popular restaurant chains began branching out to one of the capital's most booming districts – one of which is Blaze.
  • Seven Bestsellers You Probably Didn’t Know Were Ghostwritten...
    In the world of literature, one might well consider ghostwriters as unsung heroes, stepping in to write, contribute or, sometimes, carry the legacy of a deceased author, famous politician or celebrity while the work carries the name of someone else. The 'ghostwriter' has a simple job - make sure this piece of work is of a publishing standard. But m
  • Lychee: Salads & Oatmeal Breakfasts at Popular Juice Bar
    Lychee originally opened as a juice and smoothie bar in 2012, something rare to find in Cairo. Any health-obsessed foodie would be tremendously excited by the new food options added to the menu recently, since it promises wholesome and quick food to be enjoyed with Lychee's already well-loved smoothies and juices.
  • 10 Shows to Bing- Watch or Netflix This Summer
    While it seems to be the prefered method of TV-watching the world over, 'binge-watching' is a relatively new concept. Entire seasons of television series are now at our fingertips with a few clicks plus a generation with a need for instant gratification are two factors which perfectly explain this phenomena. Streaming services such as Netflix, Amaz
  • Versal: Big, Wholesome Dishes at 'Country Cuisine' Restaurant in New Cairo
    Identity can either be the cause of success or downfall of a restaurant. Promising to offer 'country cuisine', while also using words such as 'American' and 'traditional' to describe its menu, Versal's concept and identity are as vague as any - though it does show potential.
  • Eight Awesome Swimming Pool Day-Use Getaways in Cairo Health & Fitness
    Summertime and the living is easy – well, not in this weather and not when you're stuck in the city for most of the summer. But there are two things you need to remember about Cairo in Eid; the traffic is ever so slightly clearer and there's plenty of hotels offering pool day use packages so you can enjoy a great day by the pool during the summer w
  • Cairo Weekend Guide: Live Music, Special Eid Events & More! City Life
    While many breathing in the sharp, salty air of beach while ankle deep in sand as we speak, many others have, for one reason or another, found themselves spending the long Eid holiday in the capital. That realization is enough for some to hibernate at home in sadness at their predicament, but the weekend is peppered with parties and events.
  • Al Khal: Flawless Family Fetar at InterContinental Citystars
    Nothing can compete with a delicious homemade fetar, especially when it comes to Oriental food. But mamasin Egyptian households should look out; there is a fierce competitor on Cairo's restaurant scene serving delicious and authentically homemade food called Al Khal.
  • Applebee's: American Comfort Food Chain Doesn't Cut it in Cairo's Citystars
    Although its enjoyed huge popularity in the US for some 35 years – and considering the fact that Cairo loves imported restaurant franchises – Applebee's in Citystars has largely gone unnoticed over the last few years and many will be surprised to realise that it has actually been operating at the Heliopolis mall since 2013.
  • The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2016: Bakery & Confectionery Award Winners
    Since its founding, the Baking & Confectionery category has been possibly the most fiercely contested in the Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards. That in itself is no surprise; we're a nation that loves sweets and desserts and the number of bakeries, confectioneries, patisseries and dessert shops increase by the year.
  • The Cairo 360 Editors' Choice Awards 2016: Ice-Cream & Dairy Award Winners
    Around 200 BC in China, a genius of a human being made a mixture of rice and milk and packed it inside snow to freeze. From this, the foundations of what we now know as ice-cream was born. There have, of course, been several centuries of development and adaption till we got to what we have today, but what is largely a very simple food, enjoys plen
  • Tired of Cooking Fetar? Order One of These Special Ramadan Bundles Instead...
    We've all been there; after a typically hot and hard Ramadan work day, slaving away in the kitchen and putting together the lavish fetar your stomach demands is the last thing you want to do. Well, you could go to your parents house for fetar, right? Wrong - they've been invited out by 3amo Mohsen and tant Sawsan tonight. How about a rummage throug
  • Five Ramadan Konafa Desserts You Have to Try Before It’s Too Late
    With less than two weeks left till the end of Ramadan, you’ve still got time to eat your way through this list of the best konafa desserts – why? Because konafa is the highlight of our Ramadan dessert culture, and every year we obsessively find different ways to eat it: Cupcakes? Rolls? Trifle? Ice cream? When will this madness end?
  • Culina & Bab El Sharq: Nile Ritz-Carlton Restaurants Team-up for Lavish Fetar Buffet
    Known for introducing a large culinary variety encompassing Italian, French, to Indian, Asian, and Oriental cuisine in its lavish weekly brunch – and for its show-stopping chocolates and desserts - The Nile Ritz Carlton's Culina has quickly established itself as a go-to favourite. This Ramadan, we headed to Culina which is teaming up with Bab El Sharq for an all-inclusive Oriental fetar.
  • Ramadan Recommendations: We Asked Foodies for Their Top Picks for Fetar & Sohour...
    Ramadan has been abuzz with all manner of gastronomical revelry, with this year in particular being one of the most fruitful times for elaborate fetars and sohours. But with options comes indecision; everyone has their own opinion on the best places in Egypt's for a perfect Ramadan experience – including Cairo 360, of course (check out our Ramadan tent recommendations here).
    But in looking for a different opinion, however, who better to ask than Cairo's most prolific foodies? We got in touch and had them reveal their own personal recommendations for fetar and sohour…

    Ramadan has been abuzz with all manner of gastronomical revelry, with this year in particular being one of the most fruitful times for elaborate fetars and sohours. But with options comes indecision; everyone has their own opinion on the best places in Egypt's for a perfect Ramadan experience – including Cairo 360, of course (check out our Ramadan tent recommendations here).

    But in looking for a different opinion, however, who better to ask than Cairo's most prolific foodies? We got in touch and had them reveal their own personal recommendations for fetar and sohour…
  • Cairo Weekend Guide: Mawaweel 2016, Fête de la Musique, the Hayy Festival & More!
    Hello, Cairo!

    Fight through the hunger, thirst and heat, for your prize awaits just over the horizon – a weekend packed full of live music, events and some Ramadan fun.

    Thursday sees the long-awaited first night of Mawaweel at Darb 1718, as the cultural centre and Cairo Jazz Club Agency bring you the 'alternative Ramadan experience' once more, a
  • 'Marriage Impossible', Egypt's Film Industry & Arab Contradictions: An Interview with Noor Arnaoot
    This year, one of the most ambitious movies to come out of the Middle East in some time is being filmed – right here in Cairo.
  • Cairo Weekend Guide: Farmers' Market, the Koshary Festival, Lots of Gigs & More!
    After a cold few days, things are starting to look a little brighter weather-wise. Regardless of the temperature, though, it's time to stop complaining, man-up and wear a damn jacket if you're so damn cold.
  • Fish Makan: New Seafood Restaurant Opens in Zamalek
    No. 33 on Abul Feda Street is constantly expanding with new restaurants and cafés, and the latest endeavour to open this month is Fish Makan, a pretty seafood restaurant brought to us by the same owners of Mori Sushi.
  • Cairo's 2014 Highlights: Festivals, New Openings, Local Partisanship & More
    2014 has been an eventful year in Cairo on all fronts and none-more so than when it comes to dining, nightlife, hospitality, shopping and even arts & culture.
  • The Master Chef: Self-Proclaimed Family-Style Restaurant in Mohandiseen
    We all have our favourite restaurants in Cairo, but nothing gets us quite as excited as stumbling on the lesser known eateries. Mohandiseen has many a narrow road to get lost through and we happened upon the Master Chef by complete coincidence.
  • Steak Out: Carnivorous Cave of Meat Now in Maadi
    While neighbourhoods like Maadi and Zamalek are where restaurants with quirky and unusual ideas go to flourish, when we found out good old carnivore-friendly restaurant, Steak Out, had made its way to Maadi, we were very excited.
  • Mizan: Funky Food & Events Hub in Maadi
    These days, we can't keep up with all the new eateries opening in Maadi, and have become spoilt for choice as to where to get a good meal in Cairo's southern suburb. The latest edition to the eternally-hip high street, Road 9, is Mizan, which opened its doors a mere stone's throw from Sakinet Metro stop.
  • Cairo Weekend Guide: EL-FIT Grand Finale, Panorama of the European Film, Student DJ & More!
    Hello Cairo!

    With plenty of live music, parties, exhibitions and festivals taking place this weekend, there's no shortage of options for what's shaping up to be a very busy weekend.
  • ‘Never, Never Talk to Strangers’ & ‘Dancing in Fumes’: A Review
    Though many will point to the Arab Spring as a catapult of creative output in the Middle East, the region's relationship with film has always been a unique one. Proof of such is award-winning Syrian filmmaker, Noor Hilal, who in 2010 gave birth to two short films; Never, Never Talk to Strangers and Dancing in Fumes.
  • Lettuceat: Gourmet Salads in Zamalek
    Recently opened, Lettuceat in Zamalek is already proving itself to be a real contender in the realm of healthy eating in Cairo. Banishing the notions of bland salads, Lettuceat aims to combine succulent meats to fresh greens and delectable vinaigrettes, creating masterpiece meals from fresh ingredients.
  • Tabali: Egyptian Street Food at Balady-Chic Restaurant in New Cairo
    We, Cairenes, definitely love ourselves some foul, falafel and hawawshi. Sushi and burgers may come and go and tastes for international foods may vary, but when it comes to some traditional Egyptian cuisine, none can resist. Tabali is the latest addition to restaurants aiming to serve gourmet Egyptian street food.
  • The Boxtrolls: Fun & Quirky Stop-Motion Animation
    If you've enjoyed the type of quirkiness in 2009's Coraline or the creepy-goofiness of 2012's ParaNorman, then The Boxtrolls – the latest stop-motion creation and an adaptation of Alan Snow's Here Be Monsters! novel – might be right up your alley.
  • Fury: Solid, Engaging WWII Drama
    Written and directed by David Ayer, Fury may come across as just another WWII story that has been told many times before, but there's more to it than it meets the eye.
  • Healthy Living & Farmers’ Market: Monthly Bazaar of Homemade Goodies in Katameya Heights
    In a world where we're surrounded by big business and are constantly, and rather unconsciously, consuming mass produced products, we seem to have acquired a yearning for something simpler and more natural.
  • The Cairo Tower: Still the Best View of Egypt's Capital
    With quiet streets overflowing with refreshing greenery, fine restaurants, cafes and bars, Zamalek is one of Egypt's most attractive districts and home to one of Cairo's top monumental attractions - the Cairo Tower.
  • Harley Davidson: Motorbike Haven in Zamalek
    With more and more bikers hogging the streets of Cairo, there's no better biker gang to be part of than the city's hogs of Harley Davidson themselves. With that said, the Harley Davidson shop offers the best of Harley's motorcycles, services and equipment needed to head on the road.
  • O.Liv.O: Charming Pizzeria & Bar in Zamalek
    Certain types of food are often – and almost systematically – corrupted in kitchens across Cairo restaurants, with that seemingly simple thing called a pizza suffering more than most.
  • Cookies 'N More: Delivery Only Home-Baked Goodies
    There's no better way to end a craving than to stuff your face with a batch of cookies. Cookies 'N More - Cairo's newest homemade goodies and delivery only bakery - is here to treat us with many unique baked-goods to satisfy our sugary appetite.
  • Lost Art: Artist Leaves Paintings in Cairo Streets as Part of Interactive Project
    If you put a painting up on the wall of a museum, does that necessarily make it art? American artist Leslie McAllister wants people to explore that question in her latest project, Lost Art.
  • The Best Parties Across Egypt This Eid
    Praise be to Egyptian national holidays, for they be merciful and forgiving in the face of our dull and diluted lives. Yeah, we’re pretty psyched to be back by a beach!
  • The Cairo Dish-Painting Initiative: Quirky Project Adds Colour to Cairo Skyline
    When you look at the Cairo skyline, chances are you'll see a grey and polluted mass of concrete dotted with a forest of satellite dishes.
  • Ramadan in Cairo 2014: Celebrating Ramadan at the Top Cairo Hotels
    With Ramadan just a few days away, Cairo is bubbling with festive vibes, as we embark on a month of fasting, shorter work hours and lavish food.
  • Cairo 360 Editor's Choice Awards 2014: Specialist Retailer Awards
    The pursuit of shopping in Cairo - for either necessities or leisure - isn't as straightforward as it should be - a fitting metaphor for life in the capital. From the other side of the counter, when it comes to creating a niche market, few retailers survive the cost of educating their customers on their products.
  • Art Talks: 'Beauty & The Beast' by Sabhan Adam & Hossam Dirar
    While art is rampant across Cairo's galleries, rarely does an exhibition manage to take our breath away. 'Beauty and the Beast' – a dual exhibition of 'The Beast' from Sabhan Adham, and 'Beauty' from Hossam Dirar – is a demonstration of jaw-dropping talent, perfectly intertwined at Zamalek's Art Talks.
  • Baby Yoga: Mother-Baby Bonding at FLOW Wellness Centers
    The benefits of yoga cover a range of physical, emotional and wellness issues in adults – but what it could do for babies? Most mothers strive to foster a happy, healthy home, however finding the right balance can be a little tricky.
  • Sattva Steps: Calorie-Counting Restaurant in Zamalek
    Restaurants in Cairo continue to emerge, aiming to bring new and exciting concepts to the dining scene. Recently opened in Zamalek, Sattva Steps revolves around the notion of clean, healthy eating, with the motto; Eat, Move, Burn.
  • Oysho: Tasteful Loungewear & Underwear in Cairo Festival City Mall, New Cairo
    Despite the never-ending shopping scene in Cairo, finding tasteful, quality undergarments and nightwear has often presented a challenge. Started only recently in 2001, Spanish clothing brand Oysho is now an incredibly successful, world-wide franchise, with over 500 stores across the globe.
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier: Gritty, Politically-Themed Superhero Sequel
    Box office numbers will tell you that Captain America: The First Avenger was a hit, but under all the hype and dollar signs, the film itself was rather forgettable and only really served to introduce the icon comic book superhero into the increasingly intricate Marvel Universe. This time, however, the ageless superhero returns in the surprisingly g
  • Slime: In the Brick House
    Over the last decade, hip-hop has come to be welcomed by mainstream ears in a way that few would have thought at its inception. Even in our very own Cairo, hip-hop and r&b; is guaranteed dance-floor filler across the city's bars clubs and live music venues.
  • Divergent: Book-to-Screen Adaptation of Young-Adult Favourite
    Adapted from the pages of Veronica Roth's wildly popular sci-fi fantasy tale of the same name, and directed by Neil Burger, Divergent marks the beginning of what is to become another, addictive dystopian-future trilogy – similar to The Hunger Games.
  • One Year & Counting: Back 2 Basics’ Best Parties
    This weekend, perennial party planners, Back 2 Basics, celebrate a triumphant first year on the party scene in Egypt with a huge event on the Fairmont Nile City rooftop on Friday 4th at 2PM, with B2B favourites, John Jakobsen, Ouzo, Mohasseb and SHawky.
  • Taboula: Excellent Lebanese Cuisine in Garden City, Garden City, Cairo - Restaurants
    Tucked away in a quiet side street in Garden City lies one of Cairo's most coveted restaurants. Fans of Lebanese cuisine living in this city need not look further than Taboula. Having received a favourable review some years ago, we went to see if the restaurant still lives up to its great reputation.
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  • Arz: Traditional Lebanese Restaurant in Mohandiseen
    Over the years, Lebanese restaurants in Cairo have continued to increase, with only a select few living up to the high standards of a cuisine with such strong heritage and variety.
    Our visit to the Arz Mohandiseen branch came during rush hour, and the restaurant was empty, which meant we had all the staff to ourselves.
  • Cortigiano: Popular Cairo Restaurant Opens Branch in New Cairo
    As one of the more popular restaurants in Cairo, Cortigiano has never been considered a groundbreaking chain, but remains afloat thanks to its varied options, basic approach to its cuisine and reasonable value for money. It's no surprise then to find the chain pop up in the expanding food complex that is Emerald Empire in New Cairo.
  • Cairo Guide: The Best Live Music Venues in Cairo
    With so many of Cairo's entertainment options readily affected by fickle trends and modern affectations, local live music remains one of the only avenues available that is comparatively unaffected by the ebb and flow of the media.
  • The Cairo Kitchen Cookbook: The Brains Behind the Recipes
    Suzanne Zeidy might not be a name all Cairenes are familiar with, but the entrepreneurial foodie is one of the brains behind both kitsch-cool restaurant, Cairo Kitchen, and mainstay of bars and clubs in Cairo, La Bodega.
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  • Eight Times Omar Samra Totally Kicked Ass
    This weekend, Egyptians woke up to the news that mountaineer, adventurer and all-round action man, Omar Samra, can now also add ‘astronaut’ to his already impressive list of achievements, after being chosen by the AXE Apollo Space Academy to fly into space.
  • The Wolf of Wall Street: Blockbuster True Story of Power, Money & Greed
    Martin Scorsese's latest tale of hunger and overindulgence, set in the dog-eat-dog world of finance, is told without a single ounce of restraint. Unconventional, unflinching and utterly outrageous, The Wolf of Wall Street is truly something to behold.
  • Cairo Weekend Guide: NYE Hangover, Live Music & New Art
    After surviving the wild Christmas and New Year celebrations, venues in the city would be forgiven for taking it easy this weekend. But that's just not Cairo's style and we're set for another event-filled weekend. After all, you know what they say; there's no rest for the wicked.
  • Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom: Ambitious but Crammed Biopic
    Based on Nelson Mandela's own memoirs, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom is an ambitious biopic that looks at the remarkable life-story of the late South African President and his incredible journey.
  • Jo Sushi: Long-Time Japanese Favourite in Zamalek
    As the Cairo restaurant scene wavers ever more towards the Orient, sushi has been at the forefront of the movement with a seemingly limitless supply of restaurants offering the Japanese delicacy. And while there were quite a few sushi places already established before the increasing demand, most of these restaurants have fallen victim to new venues
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