Traditional food Foul , Thomas , Falafel ( Tamil) very old restaurant. Nice food... local food usual eating at breakfast.
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First time visit to Amman and this open air restaurant gets you going into the local cuisine. Try thi, try that. All reasonably priced. Service is quick. Located in older downtown and walking distance to Amphitheater.
The place is close to the Habiba busy shop, very nice and full with visitors around the world, they never stop any time, hygienic, delicious and cheap food, grab a table and ask for Felafel, Humos and Ghanoch and then tea
We arrived here by accident. There was no menu, they simply started spleading a plastic foil as a table cloth and brought food. Everyone got exactly the same - humus, baba ganoush, a salad, falafel, some Frensham fries and one or two additional dishes that...More
Went once, brilliant, went again! Basically four dishes, the best flafels ever, tahini and babaganoosh and chips. Mint tea and its a meal from heaven, and I don't like flafels normally!
We dint know that this restaurant is such a famous one. We randomly stopped at it without knowing that it was a vegetarian restaurant serving just humus and falafel. But when we ate those, i have no words. Best humus and falafel we have ever...More
This was a group outing. The food was delicious and the price was just right! We ate tons of food and paid very little money! It was great!
The minute I reach Amman I go dine in Hashim, its a must! Literally in the middle of downtown and the cheapest yummiest food you could get. The quality and the authenticity of this restaurant is un-matched.