Sophisticated dining in Luxor. Formal dress code is a must (tie & suit) for gentlemen. Good variety of dishes. Very tasty. Professional & friendly staff.
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Bring your formal attire and your appetite as you embark on a culinary trip from French to English to American and German foods. Some ingredients will look familiar to those who are used to European and American cuisine. Enjoy the food and the low prices.
Stayed at the Winter Palace for 2 nights and had dinner at this restaurant on both nights. I love fish and the fish at this restaurant was terrific. The second evening, they made fish sayeed? for us. It was just outstanding. But... the way the...More
The only thing that's good about this restaurant is the setting. Ridiculously overpriced, very limited menu if you are vegetarian (almost 3 times are vegetarian, including Soup). had a very bad experience there, ordered Ravioli for my main dish and it arrived by mistake as...More
Beautiful room, wonderful service. The dress code is entirely in keeping with the atmosphere. While the food is not up to Parisian standards it is still very good and I doubt that there is a better restaurant in Luxor. Those who carp about the food...More
The menu sounded promising but resulted on a succession of bland dishes cooked in an outdated way... It is a french restaurant that does not even have french wines on their list. On top of this, they have this ridicilous smart dress code policy forcing...More
The restaurant has a "dress code" requiring men to wear jackets. However, they supply a mediocre black jacket that you can place on the back of your chair. Pretentious? Yes. At 8:00pm, the place had only three tables with guests. The food was acceptable, but...More
We made a reservation which is required and also has a dress code. The table setting was beautiful. The service was great. The food was delicious.