Currency in Port Said


Food In Port Said

Dining & Restaurants In Port Said

Self-caterers will find all the groceries they need at Metro Supermarket on Sharia al- Geish. For fruit and vegetables, try the lively market on Sharia Souq, three blocks north of Sharia al-Gomhuriyya. There are a couple of good juice stands near the ferry terminal on Sharia Saad Zaghloul which are perfect for quenching your thirst. Seafood is a real highlight of Port Said’s dining scene. The best fish restaurants are located between Sharia Atef as-Sadat and the Corniche (the pedestrian promenade which runs directly opposite to the beach).

El Borg

This massive Port Said institution is always buzzing with families on a night out. There’s a small menu of grills if you don’t feel like fish, but the good-value
fresh seafood is really what the crowds flock here for. Eat on the shorefront terrace in the evening for superb people-watching on the beach promenade.

Located in Tarh El Bahr St. Beach Plaza Complex, Port Said, Egypt

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Pizza Pino

An art deco style bistro with a cozy appeal, Pizza Pino is a local favorite for its hearty portions of pasta, good pizzas, and decently priced grills. It’s a lovely place with attentive staff; if only the background music didn’t make you feel like you were stuck in an elevator with Kenny G.

Located in 23rd Of July St. intersection of el gomhoureya st., Port Said, Egypt

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Abou Essam

This flashy glass-fronted place does a great selection of fish, pasta and grilled meat and has a popular serve-yourself salad bar.

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Good for a lunch stop between gazing at the crumbling relics of Port Said’s architecture, the
friendly Galal has shaded streetside seating and a menu covering all the usual Egyptian favorites from shish tawooq (marinated chicken grilled on skewers) to pigeon.