You'll find a wide range of dining options on your Naama Bay holidays, from international favourites such as pizzas and steak to homemade English dishes. Head to the market area for seafood restaurants, or the pedestrianised centre for international flavours and fast food joints.
Head for Pomodoro for fresh Italian and Mediterranean dishes. Here you'll enjoy generous portions of lasagne, bolognese, blue cheese pasta, or you can always try their juicy Australian steaks. This lively restaurant also has a large outside terrace where you can enjoy the atmosphere while you dine.
Rangoli is the place to go for an extra special holiday treat. It has a cosy, intimate atmosphere and an outside terrace with superb views over Naama Bay. Enjoy traditional Indian dishes here such as lightly spiced tandoori chicken, freshly made naan bread and delicious shrimp curries.
For refined, elegant surroundings and expertly cooked French cuisine, make your way to La Fleur restaurant. Dine outside on the peaceful terrace or take a seat upstairs where you can gaze out over bustling streets. All this as you enjoy beautifully presented dishes such as seafood risotto.
Relax in the sleek black and red interior of Kona Kai Sushi Bar and Restaurant while you enjoy some of the best Japanese cuisine the region has to offer. You can sample a delicious combination of steak and lobster as the chef's theatrics wow you. There's nothing like a meal freshly cooked to order.
If you're looking for a familiar taste of home in relaxed surroundings, The Lounge will hit the spot. Sink into the sofas while you enjoy a delicious lunch or evening meal. Choose from favourites including steak and kidney pie, roast dinners with all the trimmings and apple crumble and custard.
Located on Naama Bay promenade, Viva Beach restaurant is just a few steps away from the shoreline. Pop in on beach days for delicious steaks and seafood dishes, each cooked with an Egyptian twist. There's free Wi-Fi too, and once you've eaten you can grab a sunlounger and continue your sunbathing.
Fairuz is a smart Lebanese restaurant located in the Naama shopping centre. Stop off between browsing the bazaars for freshly prepared Lebanese specialities such as a fattoush salad, mixed vegetables and tomatoes. They also serve a range of fresh fish and rice dishes that Sharm el Sheikh holidays are known for.
The cosy Mahony Restaurant features lots of little hideaways where you can dine in a gentle glow. There's a good menu selection here, with Italian specialities such as pizzas and pasta. Delicious seafood options include the Royal Platter, a feast of smoked salmon, shrimp and crab.
The popular Camel Bar is known locally for its superb views from the open-air roof terrace,making it a good starting point for a night out. Try their signature Camel Burger, made from a juicy beef patty and served with chunky chips. You can also enjoy a wide selection of cocktails with your meal.
If you're in the mood to party while you dine, head for the Little Buddha Restaurant. Here you can enjoy delicious French, Japanese and Asian-fusion cuisine in sophisticated nightclub surroundings. Be sure to try their tasty sauteed king prawns with wasabi mash potato and lobster bisque sauce.