Reminiscent of good old times of the once cosmopolitan Alexandria, this place is still a refuge for those who value good cuisine and cozy ambiance. Although service is swift, waiters are polite and helpful, background French songs of the seventies playing, but it is all about the quality of food served which is more important. I can guarantee you that pizza served is one of the few best in town, although it is thin that fork can't get hold of it properly, but it is very delicious. Prices are normal for such a renown place. The ice-cream is not worthwhile to order and you can try better their nice profiterole as a finishing dessert.
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