Egyptian Pizza Coupons and Deals
Ethnic restaurants provide a taste of variety for everyone not lucky enough to travel frequently or secretly live in the United Nations food court. Have a far-flung feast with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Middle Eastern Cuisine and Drinks The menu includes wood-fired spinach pies ($6.95), the Giza pizza topped with marinated lamb flank and roasted red bell peppers ($9.95–$17.95), chicken shawarma ($8.95), and seafood-kebab platters with shrimp, crab, and scallops ($15.95). Egyptian Pizza The chefs at Egyptian Pizza trace their cooking techniques to a different side of the Mediterranean Sea. Ancient Egyptians pioneered the practice of rising ...
Whoever picked the seven wonders of the ancient world really blew it. If they'd had any taste at all, Egyptian Pizza would have joined the pyramids at the top of the stack for sure. With today's deal, pay $15 and get $30 to spend on food and drink from this wonder of the restaurant world that blends brick oven pizza with Middle Eastern cuisine. Located in Belvedere Square, this stand-out eatery offers 30 varieties of pizza alongside chicken and lamb schwarma, a selection of tender kebobs, and delicious vegetarian options like falafel and tabouli. Try the Giza pizza with mozzarella and feta, piled with marinated flank of lamb, black olives, and bell peppers, seasoned to perfection with fresh dill and cilantro. AOL Cityguide gives Egyptian Pizza's wood-fired pie its "best pizza" nod, making this spot worth stopping at for a tasty tour your palate will never forget.
Ahlan Wasahlan, Welcome!Twenty thousand years ago, people ate only raw wheat germ. Eventually they crushed it and added water. This mixture was then cooked on burning stones. Evolution then brought us to Egypt, the cradle of civilization, where the first conical oven was invented, and thus the technique of rising dough.Virgil tells us that the Romans introduced the moretum, an ancient form of modern pizza. It was a mixture of bread without yeast, soaked in oil and eaten with raw onions or garlic.At the start of the Middle Ages, the word picea appeared in Italy, which later became pizza. But we had to wait until the 17th century to taste pizza as we know it today. Indeed, in this era the native tomato from America appeared on European plates. From Napoli, the commercialization of prepared pizza with different combinations of toppings such as mozzarella cheese, artichokes and other condiments progressed gradually across Europe.In 1830, Port d' Alba was created, the first Napolitan pizzeria using brick ovens. Here at Egyptian Pizza, we perpetuate this tradition. Taste and appreciate our succulent pizzas cooked according to this authentic method!Our intention at Egyptian Pizza is to provide our customers unique and natural foods, while at the same time, cater to their increased awareness and concerns regarding health and nutrition.We believe in serving tasty, healthy and natural meals to all our customers in a casual and affordable environment. Consistency, quality and freshness are guaranteed!