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Channel Your Inner Goddess with French Brasserie Freya

Freya pays homage to international cuisine with an emphasis on French culture.

Formerly known as the Norse goddess of love and beauty, Freya is now a full-time brasserie located in the heart of New Cairo where it rules over its new space with a feminine atmosphere and a colourfully fruitful ambience. Oh, and if you hadn’t guessed it, we’re here for it!


The vibe at Freya


Freya pays homage to international cuisine with an emphasis on French culture. “What really makes the eatery stand out is that most of our dishes, if not all, have a twist or an element of surprise,” says Ahmed Heggy, the owner of Freya, to SceneEats.


The lobster bisque shrimp ravioli at Freya


The new spot offers a wide range of luscious food like the lobster bisque shrimp ravioli, cranberry quinoa salad, stuffed mushrooms, and finally, our absolute fav conceptual dish, the molokhia arancini. Yup, they went there.


Freya is also perfect for when you want to catch up with the squad over afterwork-drinks 


If you’re all about hearty food and want to channel your inner goddess, Freya is a must-visit.