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    The Kan Zaman: One Of The Best Rated Restaurant In Jordan

    by imran8852 Updated Mar 11, 2008

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    Ask Any Taxi Driver Or Tour Guide In Jordan And They Will Know About This Restaurant Because
    The Kan Zaman Is One Of The Best Rated And Popular Restaurants In Jordan.

    Favorite Dish: So Many Delicious Dish To Choose!

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    Pick a chicken

    by MalenaN Updated Jan 13, 2004

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    Before we left Rum village for the desertsafari in Wadi Rum we bought chickens for dinner. I will not tell you how the chicken feathers were taken off, but it was not by hand (at least the chickens were dead before).
    In the evening the meal tasted very good!

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    Eating by the Dead Sea

    by MalenaN Updated Jun 11, 2003

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    If you are a visitor at the Spa Hotel just for swimming you can only eat at the restaurant by the lower pool (the restaurant by the upper pool is just for guests at the hotel).
    It is not bad though. The view over the Dead Sea is nice and the sandwiches good.
    A chickensandwich and 7-up is 5 JD.

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    Fresh fruitjuices

    by MalenaN Updated Apr 13, 2003

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    Buy a fresh fuit juice of your own choise at one of the juice stands/cafés around in Jordan. The picture is from Ar-Razi Street in Aqaba.
    Chose your favourite fruit or mix of fruits:
    orange, mango, lemon, banana, melon, apple, strawberry etc.
    It is very delicious!

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    Restaurant in Madaba

    by MalenaN Written Jan 6, 2003

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    Are you tired of shawarmas? If you want to have something else and are willing to pay more the restaurant at Haret Jdoudna is nice. Haret Jdoudna is a complex with arts and crafts shops and a restaurant on Talal Street.
    There are different things to chose from on the menu. There are pizzas but also more traditional food.
    A pizza with a big bottle of water is 4,5 JD.
    A meat-dish, taboule, bread and coffee is just over 10 JD.
    In Friday evenings there is live music. When I was there people started do dance to the music.

    The church at Mount Nebo

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    Umm Qais Resthouse

    by barryg23 Written Apr 26, 2009

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    At the Resthouse restaurant at Umm Qais we had one of the most memorable meals of our trip to Jordan. We had spent the morning hiking in Pella before arriving in Umm Qais and we went straight to the restaurant before exploring the ruins.

    The restaurant has a terrace from where the views are spectacular, amongst the best in the country. To the north the Golan Heights and the Sea of Galilee are visible in front of you.

    The food is also excellent and surprisingly good value. We ordered a combination of 5 or 6 mezza dishes such as olives, humus, kubbeh and others which made for a filling lunch. The entire bill, including drinks, service and tax came to 17JD.

    An excellent lunch in Umm-Qais View from Umm-Qais

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    Hani Ali: Oriental Sweets and Ice Cream!

    by naruto Updated Jun 14, 2005

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    Hani Ali is situated in Aqaba on Raghadan Street, about five minutes walk from the Alcazar Hotel where I was staying. It sells traditional sweets, pastries and the ice cream is very delicious. You can say it's a sugar-addict paradise. :)

    While I had only ice cream, I noticed on the menu that they also have pasta and fish. Breakfast cost about 1-2 JD, very reasonably priced, and the good location is also a good place for afternoon tea where you can people-watch.

    Favorite Dish: Ice cream!

    The traditional Oriental and Arabian sweets on display look luscious and tempting as well!

    Hani Ali
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    Platter's: Platter's

    by myriam_c Written Mar 30, 2009

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    Platters, at the marina of Tala Bay, is where we usually went for lunch.
    Inside the music (Arabian) was a bit loud but it was great to sit on their sunny terrace.

    Favorite Dish: Their sandwiches, abundantly filled, were delicious. So were their salads, but they were huge!

    Platter's View on the yachts from Platter's
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    • Spa and Resort
    • Archeology
    • Desert

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    Tala Bay Beach Club: Tala Bay Beach Club

    by myriam_c Written Mar 30, 2009

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    The Tala Bay Beach Club consists of a private beach, a pool complex (with swim-up bar) and a restaurant. Guests of Marina Plaza have free entrance to the club (ask your voucher at the towel boy of the hotel).

    The restaurant part: salads, pizza, pasta, sandwiches.

    Drinks were pretty expensive, as they were at the hotel.

    Favorite Dish: We had pizza for lunch which was so-so.

    Swim-up bar at the Beach Club Beach at Tala Bay with view on the Sinai (Egypt)
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    Rest House: Wadi Rum: 1 restaurant

    by call_me_rhia Written Nov 15, 2002

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    There's not many places to eat at Wadi Rum - the rest house is a goverment owned simple restaurant serving powerful chai and simple (and large) traditional meals in a wonderfully scenic location. It's also the place where you organize jeeps to take you inside wadi rum.

    Favorite Dish: falafels were truly delicious - grilled meats a lot less. And - of course - i liked the hummus

    the rest house

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    basin rest.+ rest. next to petra palace hotel: Petra: 2 restaurants

    by call_me_rhia Written Nov 15, 2002

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    Here's two restaurants i can easily recommend. the Basin Restaurant is inside the old city of Petra, right where yu start your climb up to the monastery. It's a typical tourist restaurant - but in wonderful surroundings. The food, strangely enough, is superb.
    The otehr restaurant, and I can't beieve I lsot the name, is right nextdoor to the Petra Palace Hotel - you won't miss it since it's also an overpriced internet cafe: food was really good (and not too expensive)

    Favorite Dish: Basin restaurant: falafels and grilled meats. The nameless restaurant had quite good desserts.

    location of the basin restaurant

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    Al Salaam: Authentic Local Food

    by PierreZA Written May 23, 2009

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    This restaurant on King Faysal Street is not very well signposted. If you walk along King Faysal from the Hussein Mosque, you will find it on your left, close to the Bata Store.

    The restaurant seating is on the first floor. They serve typical Arabic food at reasonable prices. It seems to be very popular with locals.

    The menu is available in English and Arabic.

    Favorite Dish: Everything I had was great

    This Hotel entrance is close to Al Salaam Grilled Chickens
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    Al-Arabi: Reccomended by a local

    by PierreZA Written May 23, 2009

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    A very nice restaurant just off the round about in central Wadi Musa.
    The guide I had at Petra told me that they make the best shish-tawook, well I agree.
    This is a very nice restaurant, popular with locals and tourists alike. Service is friendly and fast.
    A restaurant I will recommend.

    Favorite Dish: Shish-Tawook (Chicken)

    Al Arabi - Wadi Musa
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    Lebnani Snacks: Don't Miss the American fast food!

    by dr.firas Updated Aug 11, 2003

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    We went with my Cousin Rani to have a good hiking at night and we stopped on Lebnani Snacks.
    it was a lovely place and the serving level was really good and we had really tasty Fish Sandwiches with fresh Orange Juice!

    My Cousin Rani and I

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    Bifa Billa: Strong Coffee and Good Shwarmas

    by naruto Updated Jun 15, 2005

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    A great little cafe that I stopped at for Turkish coffee. Quite yummy and very strong, just the pick-me-up I needed. They have very good shwarmas and hamburgers. They also do milkshakes which I did not try, but looked delicious.

    Prices are quite reasonable, starting for around 500 fils or 50 piastres.

    HOURS

    Noon til Midnight

    Favorite Dish: Try the:

    Shwarmas and Turkish coffee

    And the milkshakes!

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    • Budget Travel
    • Food and Dining

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