Finally a specialized salad house in Amman. Too many places charge an arm and a leg for mediocre salads but not this place. Their specialized chefs truly enjoy what they’re doing and it’s evident in the quality of the salads they serve. Unlike most places, they have different salads everyday, literally depending on the quality of fresh produce available in the market but you can also design your own salad.
Excellent food which you can hardly find elsewhere. If you’re in the mood for some tongue, spleen or liver, this restaurant is the place for you. Beware though that you will need to carry a fat wallet if you’re treating other people.
An excellent choice for those searching for a healthy meal on a budget. The food tasted fresh and clean. The service was excellent. I would highly recommend it for those taking their fiancés out. It would definitely help you decide if she is willing to eat Kushari on tough days.
An excellent choice for those searching for a healthy meal on a budget. The food tasted fresh and clean. The service was excellent. I would highly recommend it for those taking their fiancés out. It would definitely help you decide if she is willing to eat Kushari on tough days...
Good old Abu Omar is finally in the area. The place serves the traditional dishes, humus and falafel, as they should be, in a traditional style. They still use the handheld machine to make falafel so you don’t get the feeling you’re in a factory and instead remember the good old days when a group of people gathered and chartered in the restaurant as they watched the “m3alem’’ dropping the falafel into the hot frying pan. I got my food and when I asked for the bill, I was shocked. Paying less than 7 or 8 dinars to feed a group of four some humus has lately become a rare occasion in Amman and I must say that paying less than 4 dinars for the food increased my appetite even more
Too overpriced considering the quality of the food. The service is, as in many of Amman's high class restaurants, good but that is expected considering the amount of money one spends their for the mediocre food.
During my visit, I welcomed by a van which blocked the entrance to the parking lot. Therefore, I was forced to either park on the street, and risk a ticket, or hand over my car to the valet, which is not free.
We waited a long time for the main course but were served big amounts of appetizers and small rations of the main course.
Overall, I highly recommend spending your money somewhere else unless you are trying to impress someone, not by the quality of the food but rather by your fat wallet.
Expats, this is the place for you. Their burgers are old fashioned and are not messily covered with all types of strange sauce you are not used to. The burgers are meaty and I recommend them with light toppings. Ask for little mayo and little ketchup so that you may taste the fresh meat.
One of the best pizza places in Amman. The pies are flavorful and reasonably priced. Their signature dish - dough hut pizza - is delicious and I highly recommend it. The crust is then and the toppings are rich and generously poured on the crust. I would highly recommend it for those who need a quick meal or need to feed a few sudden guests.
Excellent cake, pricey snacks. Though the cake there costs a bit more than other places, it is well worth the money. The cake is light, hearty and full of flavor. I highly recommend visiting the place for the cake.
Highly over priced considering the offered menu. I paid 25 for a meal I can easily get for 14 dollars in the states. It is definitely not the kind of place you want to go to if you want to leave feeling full without having to pay an arm and a leg for your breakfast.
Though a bit pricey, I must admit that fatty daps perhaps makes one of the most burgers in Amman. One thing that I didn't find appealing was the atmosphere. The tables are too closely placed next to each other which offers no privacy.
The burgers were small and dry. We were asked to add our own condiments. If I were a burger chef I would have made my own at home. There are much better places to eat burger in Amman that are worth the money
Considering pizza prices around amman, Casper stands out as a place which serves great pizza for a relatively cheap price. You can get a pizza that's enough for 3 people for around 4 dinars. They are rather generous with the toppings and cheese and they have a variety of toppings as well.
Perhaps the best beef shawerma in Amman. His shawerma sandwiches are hearty and juicy. Unlike other shawerma restaurants, Reem has kept to the authentic shawerma taste many of us grew up with in the 80s and 90s