An Oriental style Café overlooking the river Nile with indoor restaurant with a capacity of 300 seats and open air extension with a capacity of 200 seats. The restaurant serves an open buffet at lunchtimes and an a la carte menu in the evenings.
The ancient Egyptians called Luxor simply “Niut”, “the City”. Homer named it the “City of a Hundred Gates”. Luxor possesses undeniable charm. Here and there among the palace halls and gardens and on facades of nineteenth-century buildings with corbelled balconies there is a glimpse of the past colonials and Egyptian monarchs.
As the sun sets, the Temple of Luxor seems to stand apart from the world of the living. Its columns, colossal statues and bays recover their serenity, oblivious to the carriages passing by.