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Friday, 24 November 2017
The restaurant, where an underwater meal costs 99 euros ($106) per person, took more than a year to be built
Ahram Online highlights the top 10 chocolate indulgence destinations in Cairo
Ghraoui is scion of one of the oldest Damascus merchant families with business dating back to 1805
falafel and kibbeh are served by refugees from the Syrian war
Ahram Online picks five spots where a seafood extravaganza is at its best in Cairo
Ice Rolls give ice cream a warm profile
Chocolate lovers the world over know it: nothing can quite match an indulgent chocolate feast
A festival on Saturday will celebrate the crop that ticks all the boxes for food with maximum nutrition
Ahram Online meets one of the leading experts on the making of Swiss chocolate during his visit to Egypt to launch the Swiss Chocolate Festival
AlReef ElDemashqi attracts clients encouraged by its delicious, not overly expensive food
Fernando’s gives a fresh face to Italian restaurants that have always been closely associated with the Alexandria dining out tradition
Fresco has a large diversity of sweets--mostly chocolate and ice cream-based--to offer
The first street food stalls in the world to be awarded a star by Michelin
Out with the kounafa and in with the Charlotte
Across Cairo, five Syrian stores have been delighting Ramadan and Eid tables with traditional sweets
Missing ‘regular mama food’, sick of ordering junk, too consumed to cook – for all of those individuals and families, the culinary version of Uber is offering the answer
Tamara Al-Rifai, the coordinator of Syrian catering service Zeit Zeitoun, tells Dina Ezzat about food, life in exile and nostalgia for her country
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