Open Hours: 3p-1a Tue-Sun; food served until midnight; belly-dancing 9p Fri & Sat
Half sitting, half lying on the Egyptian carpets, enjoying delicate Oriental dishes and sipping the exquisite wine from the Nile delta - that's the ... More
Restaurant am Nil
Half sitting, half lying on the Egyptian carpets, enjoying delicate Oriental dishes and sipping the exquisite wine from the Nile delta - that's the life! The belly-dancer performs the dance of the seven veils, the drums beat faster and faster, and you begin to feel hotter and hotter, and that's not just because of the spicy food...Check out the Egyptian national dish known as foul (Egyptian beans with olives and unleavened bread) for EUR4.50. Main courses cost around EUR7-EUR14 and a bottle of 20-year old Egyptian wine is available for EUR30.
Berlin is a landlocked city, over 150 miles from the sea. But Roter Sand serves up the freshest fish imaginable,
thanks to modern means of transportation and the restaurant's own lobster pool. The restaurant offers all conceivable types of ...
Located next door to the recently restored New Synagogue in Berlin's old Jewish quarter, Oren is a popular Jewish restaurant
with a distinctively oriental flavour. Perusing the menu is like taking a journey through the Orient, from Maghreb to ...
A recent addition to the bar scene on Oranienburger Straße, Mansy is extremely stylish, with marble floors, pastel coloured walls
and modern decor. Like so many other places in the area, Mansy is a bar cum restaurant, but has ...