Hiking and Lunching in Ajloun!

Saturday, 01 September 2018 by
With the help of USAID and Bidaya Agency, a trip was planned to Ajloun for the local food bloggers of Amman, namely Yasmin Bani Hani (@foodiejo), Sally Saeed (@dinewithsally) and myself with the purpose of hiking (a small easy hike I promise!) and trying out the authentic Ajlouni cuisine at a local family’s house. Ajloun

A Quick Escape to Mah-Dah-Bah

Saturday, 01 April 2017 by
Hola Spring! Have you noticed the greenery across Jordan yet? It’s beautiful! We decided to hit the road and head to Madaba for a change. With only 30km away from Amman, Madaba is well known for being the “City of Mosaics”, especially mosaics from the Byzantine and Umayyad periods featuring a large Byzantine-era mosaic map of the Holy

Moka Café Does It Again!

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 by
You know these places where you literally can go any time during the day and still stuff your face? Well yes, Moka Patisserie is like that. I’ve visited three times this month: once for breakfast, once for afternoon coffee and pastries and once for coffee and dessert (trust me I’m too afraid to weigh myself right now). Located
Tokyo and Mexico City: two different cities located in two different continents, with two different cultures and even a vast difference in cuisines, have now come together (not politically, God forbid) to conceive the newest concept in Amman, the SUSHI BURRITO! As you might have guessed, the concept looks like a burrito but is made of

New Breakfast Spot: Magnolia Bakery, Amman

Sunday, 27 November 2016 by
Raise your hand if you’re a breakfast type of person! It’s the only thingI look forward to on weekends, well at least for me! Located in Dahyet Prince Hasan, Magnolia Bakery opened its doors recently offering a WIDE selection of desserts, breakfast dishes, salads (for you healthy people) and sandwiches. We were invited to try out their
Remember the article I wrote about La Capitale end of September in which I mentioned the construction site visit of the restaurant, a sneak peek of the menu and a promise of officially opening in November? Yes, you’re right, they are now OFFICIALLY open. I couldn’t believe my eyes upon entering; this is the SAME

Gusto @ Amman Rotana

Thursday, 10 November 2016 by
You know how Abdali is becoming the core of every other conversation, with all exciting hotels and projects coming up in the pipeline. I’m so happy to see how fast Amman is flourishing with a lot of great reputable hotels opening up. Amongst those is Amman Rotana. This hotel cannot be passed unseen; it stands the

Food Box: Two Cuisines, One Belly

Saturday, 01 October 2016 by
When living abroad, I grew this obsession of having noodles in-a-box on a weekly basis (sometimes more, don’t judge my carbs intake please). Then, I moved back to Amman, sadly thinking there aren’t places that serve food in boxes, and so my obsession died. THEN I DISCOVERED FOOD BOX! Located in Abdoun, it is a relatively
If you haven’t been to the Boulevard in Abdali during the month of Ramadan, you better hurry as it’s almost over! I went there on Thursday night; crowded as you might have expected, but for this time it’s the positive connotation of crowded. I’m pretty sure everyone who visited the Boulevard during Ramadan left with
For the first time, four local food bloggers decided to meet up over Suhoor in one of Amman’s cosy Ramadan places: Shamasy. Located in Um Uthayna, this place is beautifully designed  (as the name suggests; Shamasy is umbrellas in Arabic), with screens all around for watching the Euro Cup with the ultimate experience. Shamasy serves numerous
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