Jerusalem restaurant and ... I...
Jerusalem restaurant and ... I loved the Jordan food. A great variety of vegetarian dishes, a great variety of flavours and colours (if I don’t like the colour, I can’t eat the food). Try to eat in small restaurants, where the cooking has not been spoiled by tourist taste. My favourite dishes? Hummus, falafel, … and a delicious aubergine puree. In Madaba you can also try a good local interpretation of pizza. I forgot the name of the restaurant; it is located in front of St. George church, inside an old, nicely restored, courtyard. The place seemed to be appreciated also by local youth, on Saturday night.
More info about the food in Call_me_Rhia's page.Add to your Trip Planner
My most lively memory is...
My most lively memory is eating with Khaled in a local open air 'restaurant'. They let me bake my own fallafel. That was harder than I thought!
Fallafel is locally known as food for the poor, but it's delicious, nutricious and vegetarian.
Favorite Dish: FallafelAdd to your Trip Planner
Not any particular restaurant,...
Not any particular restaurant, try the little cafes in the centre near the Roman amphitheatre.
Drink the mint tea in one of the many road side cafes and watch the world go by for a while. We Were rather surprised just how clean Amman is and you are not bothered by people begging or trying to sell you something you do not want to buy. The city centre was very busy and the traffic seems to come from every direction. Still I think it is more organised and less hectic and very certainly cleaner and friendlier than Cairo.Add to your Trip Planner
You really can't go wrong in...
You really can't go wrong in Jordan. Whether its hummus, shwarma, falafel, or anything else, you'll be able to find great food anywhere you go. I recommend looking for a guy like the one below (his restaurant was in Petra, but his friends are everywhere), and enjoying the delicious food.
Favorite Dish: Lamb Shwarma, HummusAdd to your Trip Planner
best idea for a short...
best idea for a short excursion out of Amman is - in my opinion - Kan Zamaan.
It is located about half an hour outside Amman, no need to describe how to go there, every hotel, tourist info, taxi driver ... will know.
It is a mixture of a local and touristic restaurant. You'll find Jordans (not the poor) there as well as tourists.
It's a big building with even some shops included that had been part of stud before.
They serve properly prepared and cooked meals, mostly local ones with an international touch.Add to your Trip Planner
Various: Aqaba eats
Al Shami - 8.5 JD for 2 - nice place
National - Really cheap - good food
Bakery - watch out for the "tour" - they want 1JD per person - but then again, it was fun.Add to your Trip Planner
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!Add to your Trip Planner
Movenpick is actually a Hotel in Petra
but the restaurant is real good.
You can have Drinks and Local Jordanian Beer which is good!
Favorite Dish: Fish!!!Add to your Trip Planner
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!Add to your Trip Planner
one of the many hawker stalls...
one of the many hawker stalls and bakeries everywhere
Favorite Dish: Baklava & Co: sweet things are sometimes very sticky but in small bits a true delightAdd to your Trip Planner
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