I first ate at Abou Al Sid restaurant (مطعم أبو السيد) in Sharm AlSeikh last year and it was the first time I experience a tasty egyptian cooking. Usually egyptian food (no offense) is all about quantity and no quality, Greasy food without a real identity (I’ve been to cairo a couple of times and I assure you I tried the best places. They all sucked. Rubber tastes better than their best dishes). But my perception changed when I tried ABou AL Sid in Sharm AlSheikh. I loved the food! and the restaurant’s ambience and overall feel was unique too
Very good interiors and feels authentic. Lots of paintings for 30’s 40’s and 50’s celebrities.
This dish was a run a way hit. meat kubba but tastes reallly good.
^Personally I hate this dessert, Om Ali, but in there it tasted different. It actually tasted like a real dessert and not a sugary goo. We went a second time just to have Om Ali again.
I’m excited that Abou Al Sid is opening. I don’t have much information about it though, all I know that Sultan Center got the franchise.