This is above the inner entry way. There's also a little Egyptian souvenir shop.
Then the door leads in to the Gaming Room/Bistro, which is also decorated with Tutankhamen and other Egyptian things like framed egyptian pictures on the wall, and even Tutankhamen heads featured all over the carpet.
I haven't eaten here yet, but on weeknights they have special theme nights - one night it's Stir Fry night, another night they specialise in Seafood, and on another they have a Schnitzel deal.
I just really loved the outside of this building and had to take a look around.
The inside lobby of The Sphinx is also very impressive. Don't ask me what sort of stone it's all made of - but it's definitely not sandstone. It's fairly light. Fibreglass material maybe.