This is a cost Arabic restaurant in Fairmont hotel.
Privately set chairs and tables, quiet and suitable for dates or small numbers. Lots of people Having Shisha around, if you don’t like smoke, this is not the place to go.
The highlight of the menu is their Mansaf Burrito. The Jordanian traditional dish reconstructed into a Mexican version, by having the rice and meat wrapped in a burrito, and yogurt sauce as a side dip. It tasted really good, generous portion and comes with side rocca, radishes, and green onions. About 10 JDs, but well worth the experience.
The waiters are helpful, but need more organization, got the wrong order of an ice-cream on my table, but they were nice enough to leave it for free after I had tried it thinking it was a palate cleanser before the Mansaf.
They do have a beautiful outdoor terrace which should open in 2 weeks, sounds like it will be a beautiful place to spend summer evenings.
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