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About Café Riche, Cairo

Café Riche which opened in 1908 at 29th of Talaat Harb Street, is one of the most renowned landmarks in downtown Cairo. At various times a meeting place for intellectuals and revolutionaries, the café witnessed many historically significant events over the 20th century. It is said to be where King Farouk saw his second wife, Nariman Sadek; where the perpetrator of the 1919 failed assassination attempt on Egypt's last Coptic Prime Minister, Youssef Wahba Pacha lay in wait for his target; and where several members of the resistance during the 1919 revolution met the basement to organize their activities and print their flyers. Patrons included the political novelist Naguib Mahfouz and the then-future president Gamal Abdel Nasser.


Overview of Café Riche

Welcome to the page of Café Riche. This is a place of interest in the city of Cairo in Egypt. Café Riche is not the prime point of interest of Cairo. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

Café Riche is not a popular tourist spot and visitors exploring prime attractions like Pyramids Of Giza, Keops Pyramid, Sphinx, Islamic Cairo and The Egyptian Museum. For more popular attractions visit things to do in Cairo.

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Cairo Airport Private Departure Transfer
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Private Tour: Fayoum Day Trip from Cairo
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Only 47 miles (76 kilometers) south of Africa's most populated city of Cairo, lies the oasis town of Fayoum. The main attraction in this tranquil town are the wooden waterworks, yet another example of the ingenuity displayed by ancient Egyptian engineers.

Private Transfer between Cairo and Alexandria
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Book your Private Transfer from Cairo Airport to your Alexandria Hotel or the Port for an affordable and safe way to get between two of Egypt's great cities. Just advise where and when you want to go and you will be transported in air-conditioned comfort.

Private Arrival Transfer from Cairo Airport
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Private arrival transfer from Cairo airport to your hotel in Cairo or Giza will be your choice if you want to arrive at your accommodation quickly, safely and above all at very reasonable rates suitable for all budgets. with this reliable, affordable service you will get both quality and affordability and take hassle off your trip to Cairo.

Share your experience - Rate Café Riche, Cairo

  • A very pleasant and quiet place to relax. The morbid atmosphere that this restaurant-cafe has still preserved is a true boon in this city. And the chicken was really tasty and absolutly good prices for that town !

  • Nice place to visit. But only once as a historic sight. Very slow service, average menu. Definitely if you are in a hurry and want to grab a quick coffee, don't choose this place, as you will loose couple of hours.

  • Feels like a place stuck in history, open the doors to a different century, pretty cheap, service is good. If I could add one thing it'd be some music. Pretty good all in all.

  • Filthy place and full of smoke. Owner unprofessional and unclean. The food is terrible and pricy per Egyptian standards. Don't waste your time/money!

  • Good food. But extremely slow service. You really have to take time out and go to the restaurant. Not at all recommended for a quick bite

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