Foul at El Tabei El Domyati
Considered a staple food around here, this is the cheapest you can eat while in Egypt. Foul is cooked with fava beans and is usually served with vegetables and tahini. It is also served with loads of other additions including eggs, parsley, garlic, lemon and even sausage. Most Egyptians consider it a breakfast meal and they either eat it in a sandwich or as a dish with bread. Foul costs around EGP 2.5 per sandwich and keeps your tummy full for a long time. Famous for its delicious foul, El Tabei El Domyati is one of the most prominent restaurants in Cairo. They also serve plenty of other different dishes, aside from foul, to suit every taste including affordable breakfast and lunch varieties. Luckily, El Tabei El Domyati has over seven branches in Cairo, so one can be found at almost every corner.