Eating & Drinking in Siwa - Adventurous
Plenty of out of the way places to eat
Lunch in the Garden
Once you have been around for a few days you will probably receive an invitation to have lunch in someone’s garden. Depending on the amount of people who are coming and the budget they set for lunch, this can range from just tea and dates to roasting a whole goat or lamb in the sand and spending the whole day and evening out in the garden with music and lots of ‘relaxing’.
There are three camps on the edge of the Sahara. Each one serves basic food of meat, rice and vegetables. You need to book dinner in advance with the owners in town before you go and you’ll need our jeep or to arrange transport to take you there.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]