This re-created Nubian village on the banks of the Nile has open-air, low-level seating, a shisha (hookah) area, an open grill, a bread oven, and space enough to accommodate the ubiquitous motor coach tours. The food is standard Egyptian, with mostly grilled meats and mezze, but the setting is delightful—you are surrounded by trees and away from the traffic in town. By day, a handcraft center is open. You'll need a taxi to drop you off and pick you up after your meal.
7 mi south of Luxor at the eastern end of the south bridge, Luxor, Egypt