Hamah Restaurants

  • Architectural Details at Aspasia
    Architectural Details at Aspasia
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    Saray Restaurant: Italian... saray

    by siaki68 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Saray is a fairly new place in Hama. Located on the second floor of a building it offers an excellent view to the Orontes River and it seems to be the favourite place of the young and wealthy people of Hama. Although it is called a restaurant, it seems that the only food it serves is –a quite tasty- Italian pizza, juices and good Italian coffee.

    Saray restaurant

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    King Food: Fastfood @ the bus station

    by June.b Written Nov 27, 2010

    The closest to a western fastfood I've seen and taken a meal at is the King Food right at the Hama bus station. I was so hungry when I arrived in Hama from Damascus from the long ride, right at the rightside when you exit the bus station gate, you'll see this fastfood. Several tables and chairs in red color motif, the food smells good, I also wanted to use their bathroom on the second floor, I ordered and surprisingly the sandwich - which I forgot the name because I was starving - was tasty. Comes with the fries and a soda + water. I think I paid SYP170 for the huge sandwich meal.

    King Food at the far end
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    Salloura Ice Cream: Ice Cream

    by June.b Written Nov 25, 2010

    Just at the corner of Quwatly and Marabet Street, also at the end of the Riad Hotel street opposite end of the clock tower near the juice stands, the Salloura Ice cream, if you're craving for a cold treat on a cold November night I did!

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    Fresh Juice Stands: Fresh Juices

    by June.b Updated Nov 25, 2010

    I got caught up a little under the weather. Colds. And before it got worse, I started drinking fresh orange juices, and Hama has a lot of these small fresh juices shop just at the corner end of Quwatly Street opposite end of the Clock Tower along the street of Riad Hotel And Cairo Hotel.

    Favorite Dish: Freshly aqueezed orange juice.

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    Ali Baba: The best falafel in town

    by June.b Updated Nov 24, 2010

    The Ali Baba restaurant is just a few walks from Riad Hotel along the Quwatly Street, near the souk. It's a small local restaurant famous for its falafel. There are some tables and chairs inside the resto. Falafel is very cheap and a good on-the-go food costs I think SYP20 or 25? ...or half a dollar.

    Ali Baba Resto. along this street
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    Aspasia: Excellent restaurant in Hama

    by MM212 Updated Apr 7, 2008

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    An excellent choice in Hama, Aspasia is a fairly new restaurant located in the heart of the remaining restored section of the old town. A beautiful ancient mansion has been restored and converted into the Restaurant. The elegant main dining room is in the mansion's courtyard (now covered). The restaurant offers a delicious Syrian menu with some Hama specialties. This restaurant is a great place to have lunch if driving through the area, or for dinner if you are staying in Hama, but if you only have time for one meal in Hama, this one will be worthwhile.

    Architectural Details at Aspasia The courtyard
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    Le Jardin: View of Noriahs and al-Nouri

    by MM212 Written Sep 17, 2007

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    For those staying at Apamee Cham Palace, le Jardin is very conveniently located across the street by the Orontes River. On the opposite side of the river is the beautiful al-Nouri Mosque and a couple of Noriahs. The restaurant offers decent Syrian food in a spacious dining room, frequented by locals.

    le Jardin dining room on the right

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    Le Jardin Restaurant: Hama's best

    by iwys Updated Apr 22, 2007

    Le Jardin Restaurant belongs to the Apamee Cham Palace Hotel. There is an international and Syrian menu. The restaurant has a very pleasant riverside location, great service and excellent food. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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    Dream House: Good food and nargileh

    by siaki68 Written Apr 29, 2006

    Dream House is a nice, clean restaurant located on the west side of the citadel, near the Orthodox Church. It is a little impersonal, but the huge portions and the very good quality of food make it an excellent choice. The menu varies from typical Syrian mezzes to pizza, burgers and fillets. Wine and beer is served, as well as nargileh.

    Hamah, Old town

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    Hotel Sultan: Very good with splendid view

    by chrisvandenbroucke Updated May 26, 2004

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    Lovely view on the old noria's from the terrace you sit on

    Not very much choice on the menu.
    The service is impeccable, they even cleaned the toilets for us.
    We had a kebab (80), shisk tarmooq (grilled chicken for 70). Rice was 35 per persoon.
    No alcohol available

    You can see the terrace behind the wheels

    Hama, noria's
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    "the bakery": filling breakfasts

    by call_me_rhia Written Jan 11, 2003

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    The bakery is not the real name of this place, since the sign was completely in arabic. But it is a great place to buy bread, cakes, and especially massive delicious chocolate croissants - I really wished I had taken a photo of them. Price: I think 25 syrian pounds, inclusing some yellow salty bread sticks whose name I never found out.

    Favorite Dish: croissants... chocolate croissants. It came as a surprise to discover that Syrian chocolate is actually pretty good

    the bakery

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    al Marakheb Bridge restaurant: good food and scenic norias

    by call_me_rhia Written Jan 11, 2003

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    a really neat restaurant with a view on the norias, which is quite a nice place to go at night. There are huge scenic windowns, too. The patrons speak some english, which makes it quite helpful. As a sidenote: during the day I often saw women in there too, not always accompanied - so it's definitely a comfortable place to go for a woman travelling alone

    Favorite Dish: mezzes... they really have quite good ones. and decent chai.

    the restaurant entrance

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