Mcdonalds is a name that has become a synonym to the fast food concept , it is by far the leading place in the business not only in Jordan but around the world , it is simply superb in every way , the taste is the best , the value is the best , the location and delivery is the best , the customer service and the employment is the best .
there is a huge selection of beef and chicken burgers and sandwiches and not a month goes by with out an addition to the already diverse menu , my personal favorite is the big mac ( keeping it classic ) but the new line of grand chicken is a close second specially the deluxe . the fries is i suspect fried by goblins , because its simply magical and dipping it in the BBQ sauce only doubles the magic , and a Mcflury is a must in the summer .
the prices are OK with an average of 3.5 JD for the regular meal it is quite fair . to recommend that people should go there is obviously pointless since well ........ who didn't , but if you have and ordered something that didn't quite do it for you then you need to go back and find it because trust me its there at Mcdonalds .
Gamerz as the name suggests is a gaming center and a good one at that. its underground location adds to the gaming experience , day or night it is dark and perfect , the couches are comfy and the independent spaces provide a nice feel of privacy , the price at 4JD / hour is a little high and you can probably find cheaper places, but the also have good offers often like play for 2 hours and the third is free during the weekdays , the people there are very helpful and tolerant and know there regulars.
one thing that can bother you is that there isn't much diversity in consoles, there isn't any Xbox or wii's. but a cool thing that they have is that you can call and reserve a room before hand and they'll call you back and you can also find some good bargains for PS games some times.
this place is average to the max, the chicken is average, the diversity is average, the taste is average, the standard of service is the best aspect of the restaurant, i don't know how this recipe got to be "famous" but the chicken didn't taste of fame to me, compared to other known fried chicken restaurants its doesn't register as one of the best.
they do take the fried chicken experience to the dine-in level rather than the self service that is commonly associated with the trad, but the lack of sandwiches is an issue, the pricing is fair and follows the other restaurants but not a bargain. i had a good time there with my friends but not because the food was incredible, in conclusion the food left no memory in my mind,the taste and menu were mediocre.
where to start with this place , its simply great , it has became a safe haven for me and my friends and some what like a second home. its not female friendly to be honest but they have there own places to go to , any ways and since its an all male cafe the most important thing is .......... yes the arGeeleh and it is simply the best in Amman , I've been to more cafes than i can remember , some are fancy and other not so much , but non ever came close to this place , the variety of flavors is amazing ( i would personaly recoment the Guava flavor ) , the quality superb and the price at 2.5 JD is lower than average.
the atmosphere can get a little crammy speacially during the weedend but to be honest nearly all male-only cafes are like this , the staff are great and friendly and would remember there regular customers , food is the not antiques strongest aspect , but they make delicious hot dogs , the the drinks are not too fancy but still taste better than most of the big cafe one's. in the end this place is totally worth the trip even if you spent an extra minute finding a parking place.
the first time i entered i remember thinking to my self that the colors are cool , they adhere to the lemon theme and name , they're bright neony and fresh , your nose might even be tricked into smelling the lemony fresh smell that you're eyes are seeing , the couches are nice and comfy and the setting areas are widely spaced so you don't get crammed next to strangers , the food menu is not impressive , and some of my friends complain about that , but i always say that if you go out to eat don't go to a cafe , a restaurant is a more advisable choice . the drinks on the other hand are good , the hubbly bubbly is excellent but the fa7em service is kind of slow , the prices is normal to this kind of cafes , not a fan of the staff choices , i think Jordanian nationals should get priority of employment but the owners seem to rely on the cheaper Asian hand . but all and all a must-go-to cafe but not necessarily a must-go-back-to one ;)