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Venue says: "Every Thursday 2-for-1 happy hours, 6pm until 8pm - come try our delicious cocktails!"

There's a hint of the souk about this Clapham spot. Squint - easily done, given the low lighting - and you could almost be in Khan el-Khalili. Almost. The 'magic tent' is a bit of a talking point - they shipped it over from a bazaar in Cairo and filled it with comfy cushions, low-slung tables, Egyptian rugs and shisha pipes. 

Cocktails play a lead role on the drinks list, with dark 'n' stormys alongside rum and gingers, vodka and hibiscus and a tequilito - a Mexican mojito made with lime, agave, tequila arette blanco, mint, bitters and a twist of orange. There's a few craft beers, plus wines, prosecco and sipping shots. They even sell mead. 

The food menu is short, with baklawa, Turkish delight and chocolates alongside a selection of nuts. You can, though, order from Red Spice curry house over the road - they'll deliver it and have it served with plates and cutlery. Just like the real thing. 

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Café Cairo says
The Cairo experience is all about hospitality, it's about an alternative to the high street, a fantasy home from home.

Ours is a beautiful café/bar/club; a hub of warmth, colour, comfort and entertainment, a myriad of small intimate spaces for rest, work or play. We are looking to build a community hub - a place for conversation, eclectic live music, talks, films, events and parties!

The grand tour

Walking through the front door you will discover an elaborate café with exquisite sweets, puddings, hot cocktails, fresh teas, sit up tables, make-your-own-toast and free wi-fi.

Wandering down the corridor, find the travellers' lounge with books, chess, backgammon and a cosy fire.

Wandering further in; tucked away at the end is the tranquil yet colourful shisha garden.

The presence of our unique tent, made specially in the bazaars of Cairo, provides a haven for anyone seeking sanctuary. Expect big, comfy cushions, blankets and low tables with our little shisha bar. Once a week it transforms into a free cinema!
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Venue name: Café Cairo
Address: 88
Landor Road
Transport: Tube: Clapham North

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Aaron M
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Wow great place. Magical in every way. Amazing cocktails staff are helpful & kind, free toast.what a great idea

. Cafe Cairo is by far the best late night cafe in London with eclectic music from live to Dj's, cabaret shows to secret cinema. A must see must go place.

Sue P

We call it 'Cairo'. Once you're at the door you are transported to a beautiful country! A treat not to be missed.

Martha J

Cafe Cairo is a colorful little gem found within the greyness of London Town. It is a great place to go to before going out, out ,,,, drinks are fairly priced and you can jazz yourself up with face paints and glitter that they provide. The staff are so welcoming and the place has a very comfortable homely feeling  The music is very diverse and you can always have a good conversation as Cairo seem to pull the creatives in. I like it a lot  :)

Daisy B

Have been here many times, it's one of my favourite spots in London. Beautiful lighting, most friendly family style atmosphere. Lots of amazing music and DJs and homemade drinks and cocktails. Highly recommend to people visiting London, or Londoners who've never been.