Milind Soman Enjoyed Egyptian Tea At This 250-Year Old Cafe In Cairo

by Sushmita Mahanta
Milind Soman Enjoyed Egyptian Tea At This 250-Year Old Cafe In Cairo

Milind Soman and Ankita Konwar are often seen vacationing in dreamy places. The couple recently went on a trip to Egypt and it looks like Milind is still not over the beauty and mystery of Egypt! On Wednesday, the actor took to Instagram and shared a reel with glimpses of himself enjoying tea at a 250-year-old Egyptian cafe. The cafe, El Fishawi Cafe is located in Egypt’s capital city Cairo and serves centuries-old tea. Well, it’s claimed that Egyptian tea helps regulate blood pressure and relieve fluid retention. And Milind Soman being the health freak, no doubt he explored Egyptian tea on his trip.

“Egyptian Tea anyone?” Asks Milind Soman

Milind Soman often shares glimpses of what he eats to keep himself fit. You will rarely find Milind gorging on something that isn’t healthy. And this time Milind asks his followers if they would like some Egyptian tea. And we all know Egyptian tea has numerous health benefits. While sharing a reel from his Egypt diaries, Milind shared how he explored a 250-year-old cafe in Cairo that offers incredible Egyptian tea. The actor wrote, Egyptian tea anyone ??? At the 250 year old El Fishawi cafe – Khan el Khalili bazaar, Cairo, happy to travel again – next is where ????” A lot of his followers took to the comment section to show their interest in both the 250-year-old cafe and the Egyptian tea.

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Know More About The 250-Year-Old El Fishawi Cafe In Cairo

If you ever visit the capital city of Egypt just like Milind Soman did, you will find a cafe that has been serving tea, coffee, and sheesha to locals and travelers for over two centuries in the heart of Islamic Cairo. The cafe El Fishawi Cafe is located in narrow passages of Khan el-Khalili bazaar. Cairo’s oldest cafe is being managed by the same family since 1773. It is open 24/7 every week and is frequented by writers and politicians. The cafe was once a favorite hangout spot of Nobel Prize-winning author Naguib Mahfouz. El Fishawi serves numerous yummy refreshments but you should definitely try their sweet mint tea, or karkade, a delicious hibiscus tea that tastes the best when served cold. So take notes from Milind Soman and the next time you are in Egypt, do not miss out on El Fishawi!

Also read: Milind Soman And Ankita Konwar’s Egypt Diaries Include Diving In The Red Sea