Jordan Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by machomikemd
  • Restaurants
    by machomikemd
  • Restaurants
    by machomikemd

Jordan Restaurants

  • the blue fig

    Amman Restaurants

    DON'T EAT HERE!!!!!! They were moping and dusting right next to us and when we tried to tell them we are bothered about this issue the owner of the restaurant came to us telling ": Oh,,,,it's not like we are puting the mop in your plate!!!!" He was very ironic and in top of it saying " Thank you for eating in our restaurant""" very nervous of...

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  • An oasis inside Petra

    This restaurant is run by the Crowne Plaza who also runs the Guesthouse at the entrance, so if you are staying here you can charge your meals and drinks to the room. Rather handy as they seem to struggle to get a connection on the credit card machine when paying by card. The system here is simple: a 3 course barbeque buffet with mezze and...

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  • Rooftop splendour

    High on the roof of the Movenpick hotel overlooking both the town and the hills of Petra itself, this was a stylish spot to relax amongst the dust. For evening drinks there are comfortable sofas and cushioned seating beside the planted flowerbeds. Fountains provide a wonderful ambience. However, we were tempted by the BBQ dinner served after 7pm...

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  • Trendiest rest-pub

    The minute I stepped into this place I was wondering why my brother brought me to a book shop; we were supposed to have dinner. What makes this restaurant unique is his décor: you enter in a book shop and you end up in a trendy restaurant-pub which offers good food and nice ambience. I ate pizza and it was delicious

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  • Sareya

    One of our favourite restaurants in Jordan was Saraya, a restaurant in which specialises in delicious Middle Eastern & Jordan food, where both the food and prices are excellent. The restaurant is located in the centre of Meknes, close to the famous Church of the Map, within the Haret Jdoudna complex, which also contains craft shops and a couple of...

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  • Reccomended by a local

    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. Shish-Tawook (Chicken)

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  • Authentic Local Food

    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...

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  • Umm Qais Resthouse

    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...

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  • Tala Bay Beach Club

    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. We had pizza for lunch which...

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  • Platter's

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

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  • Avoid the Buffet

    If you are on a large tour, you may be forced to eat Buffet style for most of your meals. We found the local restaurants and vendors (except Petra) to have better food and ambiance. If you are comfortable with a little adventure, and you trust your guid to give you a good recommendation, get out and explore.

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  • The jordanian Cuisine at the Right Price

    Found this Restaurant by chance...was walking the Downtown and looking at the local Souq(Market)...Went inside the Restaurant and tried the Local Jordanian Cuisine..>Really Tasty and authentic..The service is also good and the Prices are really reasonable...The Mansaf is their speciality and i might say it is too DELICIOUS...!! It is also...

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  • One Of The Best Rated Restaurant In...

    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. So Many Delicious Dish To Choose!

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  • Best Lebanese Restaurant in Amman

    Sited in a quaint restored Jordanian house in a old neighbourhood, excellent atmosphere and good food Motabbal Bathenjan: Aubergine dip with lemonBathenjan Rahib: Grilled aubergines with garlic and lemonChicken Balls with PistachioVeal Shawerma: Tender shredded veal with onions and tomatoesMixed Grill: A selection of cubed meat, chicken and minced...

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  • Try this... nice ice cream

    This small ice cream shop is in the quiet end of Rainbow street, run by a friendly retired gentleman and his daughter who studies english. A good place to enjoy different flavours of ice cream, milkshakes or fresh butter pop corn in the afternoon or evening. It's a bonus too for those who are interested about local people, culture and life in...

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  • Vegetarians

    Food in Jordan is largely meat based, with lots of well cooked spit roasts. There are a lot of vegetarian alternatives, but you may find yourself enjoying a regular diet of chickpeas in some form or another, usually either houmous or falafel. The best thing to do is to order a bunch of starters (mezze), which usually offer a wide range of smaller...

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  • The best falafel

    The BEST place to buy a falafel sandwich is the Canary.Make sure that you get some pickles (pink dyed turnips) and a "haleebe-moss" which is banana and milk smoothie.This place is fast paced first thing in the morning as falafel is breakfast. Women are not supposed to enter so ask a man to go in for you.It costs about a dollar. falafel

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  • Al Karak - A meal near the castle

    Situated very close to the entrance of the fortress in Al Karak. This restaurant offers a buffet lunch for 9 dinars (drinks not included). The buffet was not the best that we had during our days in Jordan, but was still ok. If the weather is good, you can take a sit outside, and have lunch with the views of the fortress' walls.

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  • Lunch in Petra

    Well ... don't expect a luxury restaurant. It is just a buffet style restaurant with some local dishes. But the good thing is that it's inside the old city of Petra. So it is a very good option for having lunch in the middle of an ancient city. There are tables outside, so you can enjoy of fabulous views while having lunch.

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  • Great Salad bar :P

    It's one of the best resturants I went to in Jordan. It has a great atmospher! From first sight it might seem expensive, but I was surprised as it was not more than most other nice resturants in Jordan!The food is lovely! and there is alot to choose from! Well I kind of thought that the salad bar was the main menu, as there was alot more than...

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  • Strong Coffee and Good Shwarmas

    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.HOURSNoon til Midnight Try the:Shwarmas and...

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  • Oriental Sweets and Ice Cream!

    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...

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  • Best Italian Restaurant in Amman

    Dine al fresco in the lovely courtyard in summer or in the nice cosy interior in winter, good food made from fresh ingredients, wide selection of wine, in my opinion the best italian restaurant in Amman. Crema Di Funghi: cream of mushroom soupProsciutto Crudo: parma ham with melon, avocado or figsRavioli al Salmone: ravioli with salmon in creamy...

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  • Restaurant in Amman

    Great ambience, great service good prices, great bar near by to continue the evening, it has been awarded the best in Amman for 3 consecutive years (i think) and it is definitely worth a visit. Tabouleh salad, yiaortlou kebab, homos, most dishes were really good.

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  • Aqaba eats

    Al Shami - 8.5 JD for 2 - nice placeNational - Really cheap - good foodBakery - watch out for the "tour" - they want 1JD per person - but then again, it was fun.

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  • Buffet at the Movenpick Petra

    16 JD for the full buffet or 6 JD for soup and salad. 4JD for a giant Amstel beer.The soup and salad buffet is by far the better deal as the mains and desserts were only average. Great breads and salads.

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  • Very uncultural I know but............

    Very uncultural I know but Pizza Hut in Aquba was the best meal I had in Jordan (Sorry). Its not always easy being a veggie in the Middle East. I usually lived on banana or tomato in Pitta!Although Falafal is always a wonderful & cheap meal. Salad & Vegetable Pizza

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  • Jordanian Cuisine

    Two Jordanian delicacies are:Mansaf(pictured) - lamb, seasoned with aromatic herbs and cooked in jameed (dried yoghurt), served with huge quantities of rice.Stuffed Basby Lamb - roasted lamb, stuffed with rice, chopped onions, nuts (pistachio and almonds) and raisina.

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  • Kan Zamaan

    The restaurant is part of an old building. There are also souvenir shops, a traditional spice shop and more. The nicest local dishes you can imagine! Wonderful buffet with traditional Arabian food. I loved most a dessert called "Umm Ali" "Ali's Aunt". That is a hot cake with raisins and a nice sauce. Delicious!!!!

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  • Pick a chicken

    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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  • Chicken

    It is similar to K.F.C.!But the Series is Saudi an!I wanna say the quality was not less than the K.F.C!You can check it by yourself once you go to Amman!

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  • Don't Miss the American fast food!

    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!

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  • Cool!!!

    Movenpick is actually a Hotel in Petrabut the restaurant is real good.You can have Drinks and Local Jordanian Beer which is good! Fish!!!

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  • Eating by the Dead Sea

    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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  • Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood

    There are many great eateries in Aquaba wether it be fresh juice and shwarma or one of the more upmarket cafes. We had a night out at a seafood place where the meal was superb, candlelit tables and a view to the sea accompanied the fantastic meal. Fish

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  • Fresh fruitjuices

    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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  • Eat in the street!

    Enjoy food in the streets, favorite for me the sweets baclaba(please feel free correct my spelling) with nuts, almonds...pure honey!

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  • Restaurant in Madaba

    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...

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  • Dead Sea: 1 restaurant

    The restaurant.. ugly.. all I can say.... then again at thedead sea you can only eat at posh hotels, since there's nothing else. so this one is just as good (or as bad) as any other one. The food, however, was quite good - despite the plastic surroundings. there was some delicious arab bread with onions.. and some salty pastries (with onions...

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  • Petra: 2 restaurants

    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...

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  • Wadi Rum: 1 restaurant

    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. falafels were truly delicious - grilled meats a lot less. And - of course - i...

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  • Amman: 3 restaurants

    very basic ( u only get a spoon to eat) is the place under the beige/yellow and white sign in King Hussein street near the acco internet cafe (1 dinar). A better one, still in the centre is the Jerusalem Restaurant: spoon and fork (but no knife) and food for 3 dinars. At the other end of the price range, the Blue Fig in Adboun, where the rich youth...

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  • one of the many hawker stalls...

    one of the many hawker stalls and bakeries everywhere Baklava & Co: sweet things are sometimes very sticky but in small bits a true delight

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  • If you are looking for the...

    If you are looking for the Fast food resturants, you will see Macdonalds. Popyes Burger King, Piza Hot and othersIf you are looking for tradishinal food, you should go to Kan Zaman, Tawheen El Hawa....Dont miss the big hotels resturants you will regret it Jordan is very know of Mansaf, it consist of Rise, meat and Lebna...

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  • On a hotel and dining level...

    On a hotel and dining level there are enough luxury establishments to satisfy even the pickiest traveler.That includes the local cuisine.Don't leave without tasting the 'mezzeh'or appetizers,aromatic breads,desserts soaked in honey, and 'Mansaf',Jordan's traditional dish of lamb,yogurt and rice.

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