Named after the luckiest number in Chinese culture, 8 serves Chinese cuisine while being situated alongside the Nile, offering gastronomic dishes with stunning views of the city’s famous river. The décor, ambience and personalized service welcomes guests to savor China’s authentic dishes, from dim sum to soup to seafood. For an extra special occasion, guests can make use of the two private dining rooms which can accommodate for up to 20 people, an ideal setting for intimate gatherings, while the Captain’s Tappanyaki table is ideal for celebratory occasions.
Bab El Nil
Having recently undergone a makeover, Fairmont Nile City’s restaurant Bab El Nil presents world class Middle Eastern cuisine alongside daily live entertainment by dancers and vocalists. With arabesque inspired ornamentation and an indoor and outdoor experience, the restaurant provides a warm and welcoming ambience while overlooking the Nile.
Saigon Restaurant & Lounge
Fairmont Nile City’s signature restaurant boasts an Asian fusion theme. Its sharing concept revolves around selections of small portions that can be shared across the table. The clean and minimalist interior includes distinct Asian touches, including walls covered in mother of pearl and wide floor-to-ceiling windows showing off the stunning river Nile. The relaxed lounge area offers a great location for an intimate drink while enjoying the guitar tones of Ashraf Zayeda and the violin from Walid Allam from 9:00pm onwards.
The Revolving Restaurant, Cairo Tower
Offering unprecedented views of Cairo, The Revolving Restaurant rotates 360 degrees in 75 minutes, meaning you could be looking at the pyramids as you start your first course before admiring the city’s Citadel while enjoying dessert. Fine French cuisine is served while guests admire the sprawling Cairo skyline above the hustle and bustle of this busy city.