Cairo Food Tour, Downtown Tour

Egypt Food Tours in Cairo and Alexandria


Cairo Food Tour Downtown, Egyptian street food, Cairo Culinary, Enjoy walking in Cairo downtown streets, meet Egyptian people and eat as local not as a tourist, Try Falafel, walk to Qasr Nil bridge, Savor Shawerma during sailing on a boat and before going back to hotel try Koushary and Egyptian desserts, Basbousa, Konafa and Baqlava


Our Cairo food tour in Cairo Downtown
Cairo food has to be a part of your Cairo adventure! Come on an empty stomach for the tastiest street food in Cairo downtown,  on our Cairo Street Food Tour. Specialty Falafel and beans (Foul Metdames)  & more Yum for breakfast,! Cairo  food tours are the idealistic manner to get acquainted the Egyptian capital vigorously city, Cairo or Al Qahirah.

You will be accompanied by a tour guide to give you information about Egyptian kitchen.Taste your way through downtown streets,. Walk through gorgeous squares, see splendid buildings, Enjoy Egyptian breakfast, then tea with mint at a local place, and visit the Egyptian museum in Tahrir square, After your Cairo Egyptian museum tour it is time to try new flavors, meet the vendors and discover places you would hardly find on in other countries, Enjoy watching how to make Shawerma, how to make Koushari, choose one of them or both and enjoy eating at a local restaurant or while you are walking in Cairo streets  to uncover gems of Cairo and Egyptian cuisine & meet passionate local vendors and producers. Cafes, shops, notecase, and vendors selling typical street food are found throughout the roads. This tour is the best way to make you eat like an Egyptian .Even better if you follow our local guide local guide around its winding streets and neighborhoods, sampling authentic Egyptian dishes as you learn about their history and culture

Order of Cairo food tour

Tour start by picking up you from your hotel in Cairo by your local tour guide, who will inform you all details of Egyptian traditional food, what are the most popular dishes, what Egyptian prefer for their breakfast, lunch and dinner, what they eat and prepare during the most famous events, wedding party, Sebou party (The Sebou is a celebration held by the Egyptians for the newborn seven days (a week) after its birth. Muslims may perform the Aqeeqah on that day. The origin of the Sebou celebration goes back to the ancient Egyptians.

You will drive by modern Ac van to downtown, where you will enjoy a local breakfast Falafel. Fool, dynamite sandwich which is full of everything you can imagine, walking in Cairo downtown streets, then tea with mint at Zahret El Bostan, Gruppi  or Rich cafe, then stop at juice shop to try the Egyptian typical juices, Sugar cane (Qassab), Sobia, Karkadeeh etc, stop at dessert shop to savor different types of desserts, Betefor, Basbossa, Konnaffa etc

We will be very close to Egyptian museum, so let us go to have idea about ancient history, It is up to you to choose short or medium museum tour, but it is a chance to empty our bellies, then go to Dokki area Tahrir street, there are many restaurants, some are making Koushary meal, others are making Meet Shawerma or chicken shawerma, We will buy both for you the Shawerma and the Koushary and go to Nile river to enjoy the meal onboard of felucca, then go to walk in the old market Khan Khalili and see theAl-Attar, who sells various spices and materials for food and drink, sells pepper, cardamom, cumin and saffron, and sells hibiscus flowers that can be boiled or soaked in water and add sugar to get juice. Attar shops in the market also sell all kinds of incense, dates, tamarind and nuts. Like almonds, almonds, and walnuts The tour guide will buy you carob and dom, which are tropical plants. Dom trees abound in southern Egypt in Aswan, while we never see them in Cairo. It is wonderful and healthy, you can buy various products from Al-Attar shop and then walk towards Al-Hussein Square, you will also have free time to explore the place, the guide will tell you where you can eat rice with milk or pudding, and where you can drink a wonderful tea or cold hibiscus drink or hot Sahlab whether In the famous ancient Al-Fishawy Café or in the various cafes on Al-Muizz Street or El-Gamaliya Streets and other areas of Islamic Cairo downtown


Children policy: 6 - 11.99 pay 50% of the price

0 - 05.99 is 100 % Free of Charge

What to carry with you?

Passport valid for More than 6 months

Cotton or linen clothes in summer and Warm clothes in winter

Hat, Sunblock, Sunglasses

Comfortable shoes

Camera / Video Camera Mobile phone is better if you have what sup application to be easier to contact you

Note: There will be extra during the peak periods (New Year, Easter & Christmas)

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