very nice and calm place .. the best sweets ever with reasonable cost, the hot drinks are not that excellent yet they are ok. there is also a restaurant but i didn't try it before.
it is very comfort and nice place. the quality is very good. really like it so much. the location is at the center of Alexandria. recommend it :)
nice variety of greek and french sweets and pastries. an icon of down town Alexandria. a visit to the city is incomplete without going there
we come here everytime we're in Alexandria and if the weather allows it we sit outside facing the sea and Saad Zaghloul statue. A traditional cafe since 1922 that makes the best cakes and sweets in Alexandria . The friendly waitors and the internal decoration are a shade of the belle epoque when Alexandria really was the pearl of the... More
It is very authentic with lots of pictures of King Farouk, it's like you were sucked back in time to the old Alexandria in the early 1900s. It has been renovated yet kept it's uniqueness. Delicious desserts, I loved their apple pie.
Another wonderfully unexpected surprise in the very French-influenced city of Alexandria. Relatively untouched by tourists, the city as a whole provides some welcome respite from the more in-your-face aggression of Egypt's southern cities, and Délicés is a perfect example of this. Fantastically well-appointed sweets are serve in the main dining hall by dedicatedly European-styled staff; take away is available, but... More
This place has a great pastry. All cakes are delicious as they use the old classic receipes. The Location is great but the place is not well decorated and maintained. They renovated only one side - the unnecessary one (at the casher and cakes fridges) , but the hall-where people sit to have something- is old, dusty needs renovation. I... More
Wow, the only way to say no to all of these pastries is when you're about to explode, because you had so many! Takeaway is always an option, and the staff is very welcoming and warm. They remember you (especially if you go there every day, like we did), and are keen on chatting with you. They also serve the... More
The heart and soul of this famous establishment, founded by Greek entrepreneur Cleovolous Moustakas in 1922, has been largely torn out. The patisseries are as tasty as their equivalent in Europe, with European prices to match, and the service is OK but we felt as if we were sitting in a corridor, with no original fixtures and fittings to give... More
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