- Address: El-Fishawi; El-Fishawi Alley; Khan al-Khalili, Cairo, El-Gamaleya, Qism El-Gamaleya, Cairo Governorate, Egypt
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Things to Know Before Visiting El-fishawi
0.07% of people who visit Cairo include El-fishawi in their plan
95% of people start their El-fishawi visit around 5 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see El-fishawi
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting El-fishawi
El-fishawi, Cairo Reviews
Extremely tight cafe where the chairs are so close together that you're touching other people's shoulders. It is an expensive cafe and prices do not reflect the uncomfortable experience. I asked staff twice to move somewhere with more space but they declined.
Very happening place. Coffee is ok and options are limited unlike what was informed. To dodge too many people asking for money. Good places to shop and eat around.
crowded but comfortable for discussion and chatting around the city's history. the taste of coffee is the best in the city.
Likely the oldest ahwa (coffeeshop/meeting place) in the city, el Fishawi has been overseeing the comings and goings here at Khan el-Kahlili for almost three centuries… since 1773, actually, but the khan, itself, was already some four hundred years old by that time. My wife and I settle outside at a little table nestled near the wall. “Good morning,” one of the staff greets us. “S’bah en-noor… shay, min fedlik.” Ordering tea. “Mint?” “Meyya meyya. Shukran.” Yeah, I want mint! As if there was any other way to drink tea in Egypt! “Certainly, sir.” A little while later, he brings out a brass tray with a tiny, blue teapot, a couple of glasses with mint sprigs in them, a bottle of water, and a pack of tissues. We pour our tea, and begin to sip at it as sellers make their way through the alley offering to shine my shoes or sell me more tissues.
It was fine, had some tea and had a typical experience that you'd have in most Arab market places. I didn't find it to be any different from any of the other places
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