Mojos: Chill out and enjoy the view
Mojos is a very relaxed bar with attractive outside seating areas, overlooking the sea and all of Naama Bay. Played nice chill out music when we visited, so very relaxing just watching the boats bobbing around in the bay and the lights of bustling Naama Bay. Found prices for drinks more expensive than most places though.
Fantasia: Not to be missed
Don't book this through the rep. its much cheaper to go one evening and book it for the night you want. The place is built like a Morrocan Palace, we eat a fantastic meal and because we went up and spoke to the manager who let us look around BEFORE we booked actually met us on the night we went, and then reserved the best seats for the outdoor show. A history of Eygpt, with replicas of the pyramids, temples etc, a horse riding show, dancing which lasted over one hour. Then outside to the "night show" dancing, drinking, shopping and of course the smoking of the Sheesha. A great night, good food, entertainment and fantastic service - we are going again this year !
Dress Code: Dress for an evening out, dress up if you want you will not feel out of place
Sharm Panorama: ShArM PaNoRaMa
it is a kind of bar situated on the cliff in naama bay. here u smoke shisha sitting on oriental pillows and drink some tea or fruit juice and u have an amazing view on the naama bay promenade by night
Tche Tche: Shisha!!
Smoking Shisha or water pipe is a big thing in Egypt and its no different in Sharm. Its a great thing to do, having a smoke and people watching, so Cafe Tche Tche is the prefect place to do this. You can chose from a variety of tobacco flavours for your pipe, but my personal favourites are apple or mixed fruit (special), You can while away the hours here having a nice drink, but no alcohol is served here, Fruit juices, soft drinks and a selection of teas and coffee are available.
Its popular with locals and visitors alike.
The waiters here are friendly and the service is good. Its also very cheap and good way to chat with friends before the real party starts.
Shenanigans Irish Bar: Shenanigans In Sharm
Took time to find but when finally found Irish Bar (at Ocean Bay Hotel, next to taxi parking) it was certainly bworth it.
Food was excellent, must try their chicken enchilladas. Music was mixed and cool, some of the best i heard in Sharm.
Staff were freindly and manager Dave was top man. Tell everybody about this place...don't visit Sharn without enjoying a Guinness at Shenanigans and say hi to Dave from me and the gang
Dress Code: No dress code.
Pavement Cafe: Another Night another cafe
Emma and I really enjoyed eating, drinking, smoking shisha and watching the world go by each evening at these pavement cafes.
Dress Code: In January the temperature drops to about 8 degrees so wrap up warm. As soon as the sun goes down you will feel a sharp change in temperature in Janusary.
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Bus Stop: best party in town
If you want to have a great party you have to visit Bus stop. On Thursday there is House mania party, entrance 125 egyptian pounds - great party. On Saturday Hit Mania is on - less people but still great :)) I do recommend visiting this parties.
Hard rock cafe and good egyptian restaurant
Hard rock is another good place to party. Entrance is about 10$, but you can usually negotiate this - at least for ladies.
Above HRC there is a very good egyptian restaurant, you have to try this delitious food. Prices are moderate, especially compared to those in resorts. I loved egyptian food!!!
The Tavern: British bar
The Tavern opened mid summer 2004,it is part owned/run by a brit and as such has taken on a very british feel.They show premiership football and rugby live and plenty of other sport beside all on a large drop down screen.They do british food aswell,sunday roast etc and was the only place that we saw Sakara lager on tap(much nicer).The owner has also just opened up a small takeaway version of the tavern on the main pedestrian walkway between the Naama centre and the taxi rank on peace road.
Sharm Panorama: Sishabars
This one is located on the cliff in the center of Naama Bay and You can look at the nigthtlife from here and have a nice fruitdrink and a nice sisha. Anyone can smoke it even if You dont smoke regulary, the smoke tastes very nice and fruity.
Dress Code: Whatever....
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The Tavern Bar: English Bar in Egypt
The Tavern Bar is a dive hangout as well. With so many divers in Sharm, I suppose nearly all the bars/clubs are dive hangouts. But the Tavern is where many of our instructors headed after closing up to relax and have a cold drink.
There are three parts to Tavern Bar. The first floor is like an English bar with tall tables & stools and a huge-screen projector. There is also a small dj booth on the first floor and the house-dj mixes up house music. The second floor offers more relaxed seating and tvs. And there is an outside terrace on the second level that has a big-screen projector set up.
In addition to an extensive cocktail list, Tavern Bar serves up traditional eats like chips & vinegar, English-style steak, burgers, cottage pie, and many other mouth-watering treats. Main courses average around 40LE while steaks range from 60-90LE.
Dress Code: No dress code...most people go casual
Champions: New brit bar
The former "papas tavern" at the new water park in Hadaba.It is a large,brit style bar with seating outside and a free pool table inside.They show live sports and have free wi-fi access.
Dress Code: Anything goes.
Na'ama Bay: Hard Rock Cafe
We went in The Hard Rock Cafe one of the evenings just for a drink, we didnt eat there so I cant comment on the Restaurant side of things, but the atmosphere was very good in the Cafe, with all the music and lively barstaff. The drinks wefound were quite expensive compared to some places, but it was worth going in there to say we had been there! It was a good night but wasnt in there for that long.
Memorabilia found in the Sharm El Sheikh Hard Rock Cafe include:
And a lot lot more.
Mon - Sun 12:00PM - 2:00AM
Mon - Sun 10:00AM - 4:00AM
Mon - Sun 12:00AM til Late
Dress Code: There isnt particularly a dress code for here
Fantasia: 2006 - Great Evening
We heard some good reports last year and didnt go so thought why not give it a try.
We went to check out the price one afternoon and got a free tour of the restuaruant, arena and some of the art work etc. it was all quite spectacular. We purchases our tickets that day for the english night, and got to choose which seats we wanted in the restaurant.
Total cost 180 EGP which includeds buffet dinner, entertainment whilst eating and than the Sound and Light Show.
Check out the Gallary of photos on the website (under Sharm El Sheikh - Alf Leila Wa Leila)
Dress Code: Smart / Casual
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Sahara Desert: Stars and Dinner
This was a Thomson excursion but I'm sure similar evenings are arranged by all the hotels and by local companies.
We travelled from Sharm into the desert and into a Bedouin camp. This was set up for tourists but had a good and genuine feeling about it - a bit like the "Living History" camps you might find at a Sealed Knot battle re-enactment here at home.
We were welcomed with a cup of hot, minty Bedouin tea and then invited to smoke the hubbly-bubbly. I'd been practising snorkelling all day so sucking instead of blowing felt a bit strange to this non-smoker!! It tasted of liquorice by the way!
During this time we heard the final call to prayer from the local mosque - the only time I heard it during this holiday as usually there was too much music and activity going on. An evocative and wonderful experience.
Sitting in a tent on floor cushions, we learned about the Bedouin way of life, had the opportunity to buy a few trinkets and then enjoyed a wonderful meal - salads, couscous, yoghurt, fish, kofta, soft drink, lovely.
This was followed by stargazing - and the sky was absolutely full of stars and of course there was no light pollution. Massive telescopes were set up to give us great views of stars, of Saturn and of Jupiter. Amazing.
The whole evening felt real, and our party was small which added to the feeling of genuineness. Well done Thomson!
Dress Code: Mosquito repellent is a good idea. Closed, comfortable shoes for walking on the sand (which can be stony). Long sleeves and trousers or a long skirt would be advisable as it is a bit cooler at night.
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