Elegant dining in Luxor. Semiformal dress code is a must. Good variety of dishes. Very tasty. Professional & friendly staff.
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the food is a bit over-priced but of good quality, the ambiance is splendid and the service superb...don't miss out on the Royal Bar after dinner to enjoy a Howard Carter coffee
Yes it looks a bit like a small ballroom, but the atmosphere is fine, not that stiff at all. The waiters were very kind and efficient. We had the Egyptian menu, everything was good from the mezzes up to the sweets. We also tasted an...More
The normal Corniche dining area was closed when we visited, so we were sat in a room next door to 1886. The decor, tables, place settings and service were all the same as 1886 with a slightly cheaper menu and less pretentious dress code. The...More
This is a lovely restaurant with beautiful surroundings and an exceptional menu. The food is delicious and served by attentive staff. Everything is top notch from beautiful table linen to piping hot plates to the exceptionally good food. I can recommend the lentil soup and...More
We were staying at the Palace and decided to "eat in" one evening. Not wanting room service we ambled downstairs to the Corniche restaurant. Last time we ate here (in March) they were using the breakfast room as the evening restaurant so it was a...More
We stopped into this historical restaraunt for afternoon tea. The ambeince is amazing and very easy to imagine the old days of glory that made the Corniche so famous. Our Tea and cakes were delightful and the Service was descent. A very delightful experience and...More
Located in a palatial setting with antique furnishings, dining at Corniche is an elegant affair amidst fine linens and sparkling crystal chandeliers. Dinner at Corniche served a meal that was ok. The fish tagen lacked flavour and although the fish was definitely mouth watering fresh...More
Sorry - but both of us had terrible tummy problems immediately after eating at this restaurant. We observed food laying about unrefrigerated with flies in abundance. Not a good look!
This place should be good but it isn't. Dress code applies, could explain why it was almost empty and had a slightly less warm atmosphere that the tomb of Tut. Food widly overpriced, wine nutty prices and sadly, none of it more that just acceptable.