Revolving Restaurant

restaurants / French

Lonely Planet review

Start with terrine de foie gras as you peer at the Pyramids from the 41st floor. By the time your filet d’agneau with tomato confit and a sweet garlic doughnut arrives, you’ll be looking east to the Citadel. Sure, it’s a gimmick, but the Revolving Restaurant at least has good French haute cuisine as well. And, unlike in the rest of this Saudi-run hotel, alcohol is served.