We were hungry and had walked around for a while looking for somewhere to eat, but all the recommended restaurants were shut! It was a sad situation really.. a town that has such amazing heritage sites, and yet not a single place open to eat, except for a McDonald's opposite Luxor Temple, which I refused to eat in.
We then passed this pub and it had been recommended in my guide book, so I instantly figured we should go there, despite being a little reluctant as it's hardly an authentic Egyptian restaurant!
Nevertheless I was impressed. The food took a long long time to arrive, but it was good (kebab, salad, chips, omelette). I had a cocktail too which was well made.
The staff were extremely friendly, and they had some football on TV. The only other guest was an English man who now lives in Luxor, so we spoke to him for a while.
The toilets were clean, as was the place in general, and I can imagine it having a great vibe with a few more people.
The decor was great - pictures of Lady Diana, musical and sporting icons.. there was a lot to look at!
I'm glad we ended up here
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