Welcome

To Royal Hookah & Cigar Lounge

Royal Hookah & Cigar Lounge

As one of Orlando’s top Middle Eastern Bistros, The Royal Hookah Lounge offers a casual and quaint atmosphere with customary Mediterranean cuisine. Along with a limitless list of hookah flavors on the menu, The Royal Hookah Lounge provides an authentic cultural experience that will leave you coming back for more.

Traditional Middle Eastern belly dancing is a common sight at The Royal Hookah Lounge, along with a lively crowd and hookahs being passed around among friends.

Hookahs

Khalil Mamoon hookahs

Khalil Mamoon hookahs are known for their traditional designs, durability and impeccable craftsmanship. KM hookahs are made by hand in Egypt by experienced artisans who have been making hookahs for years.

Khalil Mamoon hookahs are the work-horse of hookahs and can withstand the rigors of industrial use which is why they are the top choice for hookah lounges.

This Egyptian pipe manufacturer is considered an industry leader and often copied by other manufacturers because of their original hookah designs and unmatched quality.

We also offer Khalil Mamoon hookah sales and service as well as other hookah supplies and accessories.

History

Hookah Background

In the Arab world and the Middle East, people smoke waterpipes as part of their culture and traditions. Local names of waterpipe in the Middle East are, argila, čelam/čelīm, ḡalyān or ghalyan, ḥoqqa, nafas, nargile, and shisha.

Social smoking is done with a single or double hose hookah, and sometimes even triple or quadruple hose hookahs are used at parties or small get-togethers. When the smoker is finished, s/he either places the hose back on the table, signifying that it is available, or hands it from one user to the next, folded back on itself so that the mouthpiece is not pointing at the recipient.

Most cafés in the Middle East offer shishas. Cafés are widespread and are among the chief social gathering places in the Arab world.

Sahlab

We Serve the best Sahlab ever !!!!

This drink takes its name from the ground orchid roots used to thicken it.Those roots are dried and ground to a fine powder and could be easily found in traditional middle eastern stores or so called here “mixed business” stores.

Sahlab has been known since ancient times as a nutritious food for invalids and as medicine for gastric irritation. As the tubers are said to resemble fox testicles, it was considered an aphrodisiac. Easily made at home with powdered root sold in packages at open-air markets, we yet have to consider that Orchis macula is in danger of extinction.

Sahleb is one of the most popular drinks in the Middle East and ins perfect for those chilly days.

Stop in and try our awesome Sahleb.