About Café Riche, Cairo
Café Riche is in Cairo, Egypt. You can explore Café Riche with this list of things to do in Cairo once you have zeroed in on the Café Riche.
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Café Riche, Cairo Reviews
The restaurant is classical place, once you get in you can enjoy the atmosphere, and Egyptian artists photos. I can give the place itself the highest rate, but not for the cleanliness or the customer service. Unfortunately they don’t give the place as it worth. The food is amazing and delicious. Reasonable prices.
A step back in time the atmosphere of a bygone era of black and white film stars. Laid back. Nice coffee, but I only had the babaganoug, which was good, so can't really judge the food. Convenient location. The bathroom was out of town and a little run-down. Good place for quiet reading or work.
What a wonderful place. I am in love with this remarkable restaurant since I was chiled. The staff are really kind and polite. Food, dessert, coffee and drinks are perfect. Go to the East go to the West Riche is the best 😊🇪🇬♥️
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.
Place got SOUL, definitely not for everyone #NFE You feel like Royale - Royal Egypt, like you're king Fouad I or Farouq I of Egypt. Founded in 1908, Café Riche is definitely a Must Visit Cairo Downtown place. About food, drinks, prices and service ... All are Royale (if you're worthy enough of royalty). 100% Recommend for tourists.