Great test that I ate too much as usual, I always either go there or order deliver but I have to eat from them many times. My family as well like too much
Koshary is the Egyptian national dish and every visitor MUST try it before leaving. Koshari al-tahrir is the best place to do so. Canteen-style restaurant, but that's all part of the experience: very clean, very fast, very very cheap (less than 1 euro for a regular sized portion) and the best koshary in town. Don't miss it!
Koshary; an egyptian meal that can be considered as a brunch. Cheap, good value for money, tasteful. Ingredients: Macaroni, Rice, Hommos, Red Sauce of tomato and maybe hot sauce, fried onion.
I have visited this restaurant several times and the koshary and tagan(sp?) are both very good. you get a huge bowl for 5 EGP (less than $1). the bread/chips are very nice also.
I'm not an expert on Koshari, but I thought it was pretty good compared to other Koshari. It seemed like it was heavier on the noodles than the rice, which I enjoyed. The waiter was friendly, and it was very inexpensive.
KOSHARY is a very Egyptian original meal, If you visit Egypt you cannot leave without tasting & try the experience of Koshary meal, special recipe of: Rice, Lentils, Macaroni, Hommoss (Chickpeas), fried onion, sauce of tomato, Hot sauce (Be careful!) & others.. must try! & KOSHARY al-Tahrir is one of the best… ENJOY
Our Guide took us to Al-Tahrir for Dinner and it was great. First of all, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Koshari is very popular and 100% vegetarian. Al-Tahrir is a small joint which is extremely crowded, we had to wait for sometime to get 3 tables for our big group. The service is fast, like really fast. Our... More
I ate here not really expecting anything special. I have neber had koshari before and usually like lots of meat in my food. This however was superb and really tasty. It was pretty busy when i ate here with 95% local people. The prices are cheap and service fast. Ticks all the boxes for me.
Our guide from the Egyptin museum took us there because it is nearby. The place looks uninviting from outside, and "typical" (vs traditional ) on the inside. The only food serves is Koshari, and really it is more than enough. Koshari is a typical poor man's dish in Egypt, made of Koshari is made of noodles, spaghetti, lentils, rice, and... More
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