Suhoor among mummies a unique experience in Egypt

Egyptians can now enjoy a unique dining experience during the holy month of Ramadan. Visitors can eat breakfast and suhur at a new restaurant just meters away from 22 royal mummies that were recently transferred to the National Museum of Civilization in Cairo.

The restaurant called “Moulay” opened ten days before Ramadan, to be the first place to eat in the museum.

The owner of the restaurant, Dina Al Sabban, explained that the aim of the idea is to provide a rare opportunity for visitors to eat and then enjoy an overnight visit to the museum.

“I think it is a very new and unique idea, because it is the first time to work in Egypt. Usually it works by land (abroad), and it is the first time it is introduced in Egypt, that people come to come to offer them breakfast and suhour in a museum,” she said.

She added, “I think that if I applied in more places, in more museums, and in places, Egypt is a very, very, very beautiful country, and there are many places where it is possible for us to provide a service like this, so that people will keep getting to know the museums, including that they go to see a museum and see the country and at the same time they sit and eat in A choise of place to eat choise..I think it is a nice experience.

The museum opens its doors from nine in the morning until three in the evening, but it opens from 8 to 11 in the evening specially for visitors to the restaurant, according to Ahmed Ghneim, Executive Director of the museum.

Some customers spoke about their experience at the restaurant and their impressions of the experience.

Gina Aziz said, “I was upset too much, and I felt that we have many needs that I can establish a lot … a really ancient and old civilization, but not (untapped) … it is land from the smallest need that they do with a great need and they can make people harbor it, but here in Egypt it is not necessary. We have this .. but I feel that this period has started to focus more (in English) on this topic, and that they are really doing needs that draw people and give them experience and enjoyment of the experience in Egypt that is.

Farida Mustafa said, “It is a really, really, really unique experience because the museum means experimenting that you fear the museum at night, there is nothing but you and the antiquities and needs that are present (inside) that you see, because you have all the time, rest and peace of mind until you stand by looking at the needs carefully. For example, you read about the new equipment that you installed, which means trying all of them on some of them that you did not want before. ”

For his part, Moataz Qutb said, “We used to miss the idea that we see some, and we eat breakfast in particular for Ramadan after Ramadan breaks the past year, except that it remains close to the museum. This is something that I see you do not have in Egypt or you will not be prepared for me. The first one in Egypt with this view, and it is very sweet, it is you. You made two things, one need one. I ate and relaxed, and after that I entered and looked at the museum and walked. ”

A huge procession transported 22 ancient Egyptian royal mummies through Cairo earlier in April.

The mummies were transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in the city of Fustat, Old Cairo.

The museum officially opened on April 3, and the Royal Mummies Hall was opened to visitors on the 18th of the same month, according to the museum’s website.
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