Restaurants for Students in Jordan
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This casual restaurant reputed to serve the King's favorite hummus is out of this world! What a pleasure to dive into hummus, fool, falafel with warm, chewy pita, all washed down with sweeeeet tea as you sit outdoors and soak up the best vibrant people watching Amman has to offer. If you have one meal in Amman, stop at Hashim!Popular withBackpackersStudentsBudget
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Tel: 6 463 3542 Eclectic/organic/fresh, these are just a few words to describe the menu here. We find that the menu choices satisfy all diners at this restaurant. Whether you are craving a juicy steak or a tofu salad, they’ve got it! The Café uses fresh herbs from local nature reserves and even the menu choices take direct inspiration from ...
- 61 review
From the moment you step over the threshold of this veritable palace of dining, you know you're in for something special. You're greeted in the lobby area by a host who shakes your hand and then takes you through into the main dining hall. Seating is at Arabic low tables in the main hall or, during warmer months, outside in ...Popular withFoodies
- 81 review
Enjoy your cooking Jordanian experience with Petra Kitchen . Booking is requirement at: www.petrakitchen.com Info@petrakitchen.com Tel: +962 32155900 Mobile: + 962 795568627
It's a bookshop! No wait. It's an Internet cafe! No wait. A coffee shop! Bar! It's l of those and more! This stylish trendy everything offers a fabulous view, tasty bites, 'Mexican' beer (beer with a lot of lime and salt on your glass to break up he monotony of just beer in a country where cocktails do not abound), ...Popular withTrendstersNightlifeLuxury
- 101 review
Best cheap eat in town! We found out about Shawarma Reem from our private guide/driver. In fact, on the second day we were with him, he stopped the car at this little corner shop and helped us order take out for dinner. Although, if we ever travel back to Amman, we now know Reem only serves one item: shawarma. Easy ...
- 111 review
Tel: 6 465 0457 This place is good for drinks (of the adult variety), great for food and awesome for atmosphere! In the summer months the place is packed and you can find yourself spending a lot of your time, and money, here. The venue is a wildly popular amongst the gay and lesbian community in Amman.Popular withLGBT
Tel: 6 592 8800 A visit here will find you among the wealthy, trendy, artsy, young Ammanis. The menu is labeled as international, but you’ll find local flavor in most dishes. It’s a great place for smoking shisha and relaxing into the evening. Unlike many restaurants in Amman, they serve alcohol of all sorts.
Decent size cafe/restaurant situated on Rainbow St, serving local food mainly consisting of lamb/chicken dishes and rice. Quality of the food is excellent, the lamb dishes were particularly delicious, we had the Chicken Mansaf and the meat (lamb) with rice. Also try sides of beans, olives and chillies, washed down with fresh lemon juice. Less than the equivalent of £10 ...
Clambering about a crusader castle in the mountains can wear a traveller out. So wander into Fida and pull up a chair to enjoy a bowl of steaming hot lentil soup with chewy pita and some mint tea to rejuvenate. The restaurant is decorated with camel hair creations and Bedouin tapestry. Service was welcoming and very friendly. Very local. Very ...