Cafe Mince

Farsha Cafe, Farsha Cafe
Egypt, Sharm el-Sheikh
Rating 8.8
10 Based on 21 reviews
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Cafe Mince

Farsha Cafe, Farsha Cafe
Egypt, Sharm el-Sheikh
Farsha Cafe in Sharm El Sheikh is a cafe stylized as Ancient Egypt with a variety of cuisine, drinks and hookah. The cafe offers a beautiful view of the sea, and in the evening - of the starry sky.

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All reviews (21)
Traveled 1.5 year ago
Rating 7
The cafe left a very incomprehensible feeling about itself. On the one hand, just a bunch of rubbish sketched, but still in the evening, with illumination, this rubbish plays with all colors. Definitely worth a visit. The service is very decent.
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Traveled 1.5 year ago
Rating 10
A very atmospheric and colorful place where it doesn’t matter what you eat and drink - it’s important to visit here, breathe in the air of colorful Egypt and touch its culture a little.
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Traveled 1.5 year ago
Rating 7
Very nice and colorful place. This is a real authentic cafe with antique furniture, clay pots, colorful rugs and delicious food. The medieval atmosphere creates a feeling of comfort and coziness. Given the location, the prices are "tourist". Interior, music, drinks - everything is very harmoniously combined with each other. For this alone it is worth visiting.
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Traveled 2 years ago
Rating 10
Cafe Farsha is already considered the hallmark of Sharm El Sheikh. Been here already 2 times, and this is really a very atmospheric and colorful place. The best time to visit this place is just during sunset and a little later, as the atmosphere develops even before the lantern candles are lit. Can't watch the sunset. But since the cafe is located in a cliff with a beautiful view of the sea, the atmosphere is relaxing. After turning on the lights, the waiters wear white dresses and glow with neon lights.
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Traveled 1.5 year ago
Rating 10
As our Egyptian friend Sam said, if you have not been to Farsha, you have not been to Sharm)) And I cannot but agree with him. But you need to come here in the evening, when everything is on fire and sparkling and when you can’t see worn mats and not the cleanest pillows)) The place is definitely impressive. Tourists come here not so much to drink and eat, but for the atmosphere. The music, as I was told, is special there, and it sounds only there)) There are bowls with free treats on the tables - nuts, chips, snacks.
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Traveled 3 years ago
Rating 8
Inexpensive, tasty and very atmospheric. I rested at the Faraana Reef hotel on the beach area of ​ ​ u200bu200bwhich Farsha is located, so I didn’t have to go far. I immediately noticed this place and marked it as a must-visit point in my program of stay in Sharm. Here you can take colorful photos, smoke a delicious hookah, drink coffee, tea, eat ice cream and enjoy the sea views. I especially liked the large number of authentic items and details, as well as the smell of incense.
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Traveled 3 years ago
Rating 5
The cafe is located on a mountainside, in the bay of Ras Um El Sid, above the beach of second-line hotels. The entrance is either from the side of the city (residential part of the Hadaba district) or from the territory of the Faraana Club hotel (a good four, by the way). In daylight, the cafe resembles a junk shop - a bunch of all kinds of junk from cart wheels to rugs and palm branches, but everything is pretty organically laid out, hung out, nailed down, leaning. There are bridges between the islands with tables, which gradually fill up in the evening.
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Traveled 3 years ago
Rating 6
Very beautiful and colorful place. What I like the most here is the decor: the cafe is decorated with all sorts of old things, photographs, paintings, crockery, even bicycles. Very cozy. The sea view is amazing. The only thing is that there are a lot of people. Can seat multiple groups at one table. It turns out, for example, that you come together for romance, and 2-3 more couples sit side by side with you, either tourists on vacation drunk, or generally Arabs with a bunch of screaming children.
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Traveled 3 years ago
Rating 7
We were in this cafe just out of curiosity, we decided to try local cocktails based on fresh fruits, we liked it. The disadvantages are the price, a little expensive, and a lot of people, one table is divided into 2 companies. In the evening, everything is in the smoke from the hookah, and during the day you can take beautiful photos, it looks very folklore and there are many items for decoration.
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