Food In Hurghada
Dining & Restaurants In Hurghada
With its diverse expat population and the large pool of tourists, Hurghada has a good variety of restaurants.
If you’re traveling on a budget, Ad-Dahar and Sigala have dozens of inexpensive local-style restaurants while the resort strip eating scene tends to be dominated by the hotels with restaurants open to hotel guests and non-guests alike.
For affordable, fresh seafood with an Egyptian twist, Kastan is one of Hurghada’s top choices. We love their hearty and filling seafood soup and cheap shrimp curry.
It may not have the slick location of the restaurants along New Marina Rd but the quality and service here make it stick out from the crowd.
Located in Sheraton Road | Opposite Seagull Hotel, Hurghada, Egypt
Shade Bar & Grill
If you’re pining for a steak look no further. Sprawl out on the terrace beanbags and order your red meat fix. For those too lazy to bar-hop, Shade conveniently turns into a popular bar late at night.
Red Sea II
Slap in the souq, Red Sea II has a wide selection of seafood, plus Egyptian and international dishes, all at decent prices. Choose from fairy-light-strewn rooftop seating or pavement dining, for those who want to people-watch.
Located in El Mostashfa St., Hurghada, Egypt
This popular place, with street-side seating in the heart of downtown, serves up a satisfying menu of Egyptian classics. If you’re hankering for shish tawooq (grilled chicken) or a snack of baba ghanoog (eggplant dip) Al-Araby is a decent bet.
This no-frills place is known for its kofta (mincemeat and spices grilled on a skewer), stuffed cabbage leaves and other Egyptian staples.
La Casa del Mar
Whether tucking into Swedish meatballs or steak, this casual dining spot, just off the main drag, hits all the right buttons if you’re craving European cuisine.
Great sushi deals and curry nights make this American diner-style restaurant a top choice for anyone craving Japanese or Thai Inspired dining.
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All the usual kebab favorites are dished up at this no-nonsense restaurant. Service can be a bit slow but meals are tasty and filling.
With a menu that covers all the bases, you simply can’t go wrong at Egypt’s favorite fast-food restaurant. Come here for Egyptian comfort-food such as fiteer (Egyptian style pizza) and macaroni al-forn.