The Sabil-Kuttab of Sultan Mustafa III situates southward Sharia Port Said. The mosque was erected by Sultan Mustafa III who was the son of Sultan Ahmed III. The Sabil-Kuttab is beautifully decorated on the Ottoman style. This obvious in the use of brightly colored marble inlays for ornamentating the columns and the frames of the windows and the use of Tughra or royal Cipher. The building has two doors: the first is rounded in shape but is not used now, and the second one is in the other alley on the left. The Sabil is worth visiting for its panels of handsome marble ornate and its harmoniously painted tiles. The Kuttab was used at that time as a place for studying holy Quran, but now it is used as a storeroom.