A scenic Nile-side setting and temptuous seafood bar make this upper deck restaurant one of the city's leading seafood dining experiences. Enjoy ... More
A scenic Nile-side setting and temptuous seafood bar make this upper deck restaurant one of the city's leading seafood dining experiences. Enjoy fantastic river views from the lively dining room while chefs prepare the fresh seafood you select from the piles of fish and shellfish lining the bar. Tables are neatly set, and service is prompt but never obtrusive. Head to the seafood bar to handpick your dinner. Don't get too carried away, as the bill adds up quickly. Shrimp, calimari, fish or shellfish are offered by the kilo, and you need only decide how you would like them prepared- grilled, sauteed, baked or fried. There are several gourmet sauces to choose from, as well as traditional ones like tahina.
I loved it thereand can't wait to tell all my friends I hope you will like it there too.
By A Yahoo Contributor, 10/16/07
Just the service and I wish they were more clean about themselves. I know i liked it there but i will never like that In any reataurant so why in my fav restaurant? I don't know but I love that reataurant.
The Fish Market
The fish market is great and they have great fish and soup. Some people like it and some do not like it. some like it because they have great fish and soup. and they also have sushi and cocktail sauce. That’s what I like to eat. Lots and lots of fish and shrimp. The fish market is one of my favorite restraunt it is also has clam chowder soup its one of my other favorites and the fish are not in other nets with different fish. Which mean they don’t kill the other fish. they also have lobster and crab. It is found in san jose. On blossom hill. all of it is ok to eat and you wont get sick like at most fish diners. And it’s a clean area to eat most sushi bars and fish diners aren’t clean but the fish market is.
it was my first experience at at fish market...I enjoyed picking out fish I wanted how many and how it is to be cooked..and the view of the Nile is beautiful day or night. The wait staff there is great and all the food is super.
I was taken to the Fish Market by Egyptian colleagues- just let them order and enjoy - the squid baked with tomato is a must. Just try not to order too much. Take your receipt to the coffee/shisha shop downstairs and you will not have to pay the minumum charge.
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