What would you say if we told you we could transport you back to the Mughal Empire? Nope, we're not talking about the drama of it all. We're talking more about the mouthwatering food, exquisite art and all the things that made India the glorious country we know today.
Enter Moghul Room, the iconic Indian eatery that is nestled away inside the equally iconic Marriott Mena House, Cairo. The already-exquisite restaurant got a level up thanks to Chef Praveen Badoni, the Indian native that made it his mission to curate regional culinary specials from his motherland that appeal to the Egyptian palate. His signature biryani dish, which happens to be one of the most sophisticated recipes ever (mostly because rice is bae), will never fail to impress the most gourmet appetites -- with it catering for human carnivores or herbivores (because it's 2020, y'all).
Aside from the food, the spot's relocation sees it overlooking the enchanting Pyramids of Giza, with endless portraits and ornaments that date back to the Mughal Empire, making for the perfect Insta Story for the perfect dinner night. In a nutshell, buckle your belt because Moghul Room is going to take you on a roller coaster ride that only goes up.