The Sinai Peninsula and Red Sea Coast Restaurants

The Sinai and the Red Sea Coast resorts cater primarily to European tastes, so resort food tends to be Continental and Italian fare and buffet breakfasts. Fresh seafood can be very good. Typical Egyptian food is most readily available in the cities of Bur Sa‘id and Ismailiya along the Suez Canal. A few words of caution: Water is not always potable, so stick to bottled water to be safe. Likewise, vegetables are not always washed properly, so stay away from uncooked greens, especially lettuce and cucumbers. Oil, ghee, and butter, along with anything fatty, iare very popular. A dish that you would expect to be light, like sautéed vegetables, may come dripping with oil.

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  • 1. El Sayadin

    $$ | Seafood

    What better place than a rustic waterfront shack to enjoy a lazy lunch or dinner? The weathered wooden deck of El Sayadin, overlooking the resort...Read More

  • 2. Hedra

    $$ | Downtown | Seafood

    A good-value option in the heart of El Gouna, this restaurant serves a wide range of seafood as well as steaks in the evening. But it offers...Read More

  • 3. Kiki's

    $ | Downtown | Italian

    Not only is this a great Italian restaurant, serving arguably the best food in El Gouna, but it's also a hip hangout. Kiki's opens at 8 pm to...Read More

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