Beit Sitti Cook

Olive oil, herbs, garlic, onion, tomato and lemon are typical flavours in Jordanian cuisine. Mansaf is the national dish, made with lamb cooked in a sauce of fermented dried yoghurt and served with rice. The Beit Sitti restaurant is a unique way to experience true Jordanian culture, situated in one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the heart of Amman. Learn how to cook a four-course Arabic meal and then sit back and enjoy your mezzas, main course and dessert, the sounds of the city, dazzling views, and stories of old Amman.

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Amman City Tour And Dead Sea

Starting the tour with the capital of Jordan, Amman, which mentioned in the Bible as Rabbath Ammon, is a bustling modern city. The historical places are located in downtown, where we visit the Citadel with remains from the Roman to the early Islamic period. Then we have a round in the Archaeological Museum. Visit the […]

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