4 Apr 2006



Blogger MoonLightShadow said...

You know what.. in my mind, Cilantro became very much related with 'Haal'.

Yesterday, was there alone, waiting for my mother to finish her shopping for some stuff. All I had in my head was Haal's Cilantro posts.

4/05/2006 08:28:00 pm  
Blogger haal said...

Mooooooooooonnnnnnn, HEY HEY. Thanks Moon. That is really sweet of you. How are you? I hope all is fine with you. Miss you around! Hope work is cool and hiking is even cooler.

Salam kebeer le MOOON ...tanta ta ta tam tan tan

4/06/2006 01:10:00 am  
Blogger MoonLightShadow said...

Yeah, almost all is fine, hope it's the same with you.

4/08/2006 12:05:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I second Moon...was there yesterday morning...and was like staring at people as if I would know you ya3ni :))

4/08/2006 11:51:00 pm  
Blogger haal said...

You guys are so cute seriously. :) I was there (cilantro zamalek) friday morning. I was on the phone most of the time, if you happen to see me. Sitting downstairs.

4/09/2006 08:35:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh...No..I didn't...actually I was sitting upstairs..but see..I knew it :D

4/09/2006 10:42:00 am  
Blogger Nightlegend said...

Cilantro is a very nice Cafe' ,their service is friendly and very good most of the time.

4/16/2006 04:00:00 am  
Blogger johny bravo said...

I don't like Cilantro anymore.Used to like it for the heavy hotchocolate,but the setting of Cilantro in Korba & Mohandesin is really uncomfortable.My only lovely one is Cilantro Zamalek,with latin music & cosy atmosphere

4/16/2006 09:31:00 pm  
Blogger Sarah said...

hey Haal, Long time no hear. I love cilantro. my favourite is DownTown. All the waiters know me now and bring me my order exactly like i want.

4/18/2006 09:11:00 am  
Blogger haal said...

I am not sure what will happen to it when Starbucks opens. I personally dont like starbucks. Hardly went to it when I was in the States. Dunken Donuts was better for me. Does this tell you about my coffee taste standards?

Well, one major fault i see in CIlantro, is the inconsistency. The coffee tastes different, very different every time you order it. Once so strong, another time so light. ALso, they removed my favourite pastry, Mocha Eclaire, to be replaced with really bad pastries.

My favourite is Zamalek. Downtown is great, but only the balcony. The rest is not that comfy plus it smells a little.

4/18/2006 09:45:00 am  
Blogger Sarah said...

Well Zamalek was the first one to be opened and then the rest just came along right??
I love the zamlek one it is original, i love Zamalek it seems a city of its own the same feeling i get in Maadi. I wouldn't trade Cilantro for Starbucks.. not cause Cilantro is better or that Starbucks is worse..
Simply cause I LOVE CILANTRO..
Nice talking to you Haal it has been a long time..

4/19/2006 07:32:00 am  
Blogger Alina said...

Ok, guys...The Cilantro will be the first thing I see when I get to Cairo, that is a promise. First becuase Haal had about a dozen posts inspired by it and she made is seem so beautiful, comfy and relaxing, second of all, beacuase you all seem to enjoy it.

I am a Starbucks fan, I would like to have it here. Not necessarily for the coffee, but because it needs a certain living standard and development to come to a certain country. Just like McD's Big Mac :D

4/22/2006 08:44:00 am  
Blogger Boring Lips said...

Well, this is not about Cilantro but I want to say that I like the way you write. Keep up

Good luck

5/06/2006 07:16:00 pm  
Blogger eyeofbeholder said...

first of all,alina dear those stuff don`t need a standard of a country. they are the only manifestation of globalism that would make no difference between india and the states.what differs is the kind of people enter there and here.anyway i was going to write strong opinion about ur 9721 and that love making issue.however my eyes lead me to this cilantro post.so i figured it out no need of talkingas long as the other one won`t realize it.shilo had 20 million $ to be spend on her photos.20 somalian children dieeach day.

6/12/2006 11:15:00 pm  

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