Egyptian chefs conjure traditional dishes from kosher and halal meats served amid the dining room's belly-dance stage and hand-painted walls
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Inspired by King Tut's exquisite tomb, Al-Masri melds hand-painted Egyptian artwork and gilded decor with a menu of Egyptian cuisine that reaches back into the 7,000-year history of chefs Sausan and Hatem's homeland. Free-range poultry lays the foundation for dishes such as firakh fe alforn, served inside the main dining room alongside lamb and vegetarian fare, as well as in the Isis room, a 12-person private dining area. Thursday through Sunday, female dancers don traditional costumes to perform raqs baladi—belly dancing—atop a painted stage, channeling the traditional music in a display more emotive than a bag of mood rings left on the radiator.
Amazing atmosphere and delicious food! Incredible service and fun entertainment, too!
Kaitlin M. ·
March 1, 2017
Really wonderful place...the dancing was top notch.
They also have a belly dancing school in addition to the restaurant. The decor was beautiful and authentic. The owners and staff were professional and warm. We really enjoyed the food. The Maza plate was delicious and stunning to look at. You could tell that there was skill in the kitchen.
It's a very entertaining evening.
Mark A. ·
January 17, 2017
A real delight to be a guest at this wonderful "hidden" (in plain sight) gem. Everyone treated us so graciously and the food was absolutely divine. We look forward to our next visit.