I visited this restaurant three times in the past three months or so. I liked their menu and how more diverse it is than expected (although only arabian food is served). Food is delicious and fresh. You should try their Mtabbal (the best I ever had) and freekeh with cream (which surprisingly tasted like risotto). Waiters and service are good but I wish they don't stand nearby when they have nothing to do and stare at the customers because it makes some people uncomfortable (but not me. They can join me for all I care :)). The seating is cozy and arabian themed but they don't allow guys to sit in the terrace like many other restaurants and cafés in Jordan for some cryptic reasons. Prices are below average. It is a good place to go for a bite when you want to drive out of the city. I would have given it a 3.5 stars but since that is not applicable, 3 it is.
It is the perfect breakfast place for the family when you want traditional local food in a comfortable setting.
The hummus and fool are good, the labaneh was thick and sour. I really wish they did not serve argeeleh there but I suspect thats why most people go there.
The best part about this place is the terrace that overlooks the fuhais roundabout.
The place is quite packed during peak hours on weekends and the service can get quite slow but the staff are nice and friendly.