Check out my Jordanian food guide here: https://migrationology.com/jordanian-food/
On Day 2 (which was actually the same morning we arrived, so it was really our first day in Amman), we didn’t do much other than eat some incredibly delicious Jordanian food. After having a quick breakfast at the hotel, which I showed in the first video, we then took a nap. In the early afternoon, we got started for the day, by having some of the most incredible falafel I’ve ever had in my life, and proceeding to have a few snacks, followed by an amazing Jordanian meal for dinner. Here’s a more details looks at what we did on Day 2 of our Jordan trip.
1:02 Falafel Al-Quds - For our first food stop in Amman we went to a famous place called Falafel Al-Quds, known for serving falafel sandwiches on sesame seed buns. I haven’t had all that much falafel in my life, but these were definitely some of the best falafel I’ve ever had in my life. I had the sesame seed falafel sandwich which came filled with falafel, tomatoes, tahini, chili, and some small spices and seasoning. It was simple but incredibly delicious. Sesame seed bun - 0.75 JD ($1.05)
4:56 Gerard Ice Cream - Next we walked down Rainbow street in Amman, which by the way has some fantastic little Jordanian restaurants and cafe, and stopped off at Gerard ice cream where I tried ar Arabic ice cream which is flavored by Arabic gum. It tastes sort of like a combination of vanilla and caramel. 1.70 JD ($2.39)
6:00 Wild Jordan Cafe - After walking around Amman for a bit and getting some good exercise walking around the hills, we then stopped off at Wild Jordan Cafe to hang out for a bit, drink some coffee and tea, and enjoy the great atmosphere for the cafe and of the Amman Citadel over on the next hill. It’s a really nice cafe in Amman if you’re looking to hang out.
7:26 The Delights Shop - We headed to a certain area of Amman to go to a place called The Delights Shop, known throughout Amman for having incredible dates. While they did have a selection of plain dates, they mostly had a variety of different chocolate covered dates. I had a mint chocolate covered date, which was very sweet and rich and very good. The Delights Shop in Amman is a little high end, but is a good place if you’re looking for chocolate covered dates.
8:30 Al Osrah Restaurant - Along with eating falafel, our Jordanian food local style dinner at Al Osrah restaurant was definitely the highlight of our first full day of exploring and eating in Amman. This local restaurant served all the typical dishes including hummus, moutabel, falafel again, and a dish that I particularly enjoyed - fattet hummus - which is bread that’s soaked until is basically dissolves, and mixed with hummus. While hummus is dense and creamy, the fattet hummus was much lighter and almost had the fluffy consistency of whipped cream. Our meal at Al Osrah was excellent, if you have a chance to eat there when you’re in Amman, the food they serve is wonderful.
13:01 Temriyeh Omar - For our final food stop in Amman, we went to a local spot known as Temriyeh Omar to have a Jordanian dessert called temriyeh, which is a then layer of dough, like a roti, filled with a slice of semolina cake, wrapped up into a little packet, and deep fried to a crisp. Once it’s taken out of the hot oil, it’s then dusted in powdered sugar. It was sweet, but very good.
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I cant express my feelings by words.iam your big big fan ever bro..❤. I love arabic foods.& now my favorite place is jordan.i wish to settled there at the end of my life..and wish to try all jordan foods...😘😋
I love Jordan and I have been to Petra, Mt. Nebo, Jordan river and the Dead Sea. The people are hospitable and respectful... but I have not eaten all of those foods you have tasted... Continue your vlog!
Damn these videos make me miss Jordan more and more but the problem is I’m illegally here at the US so if I travel to Jordan I will never make it back .... let just forget about the flafil and enjoy taco
oh i really love your blog Mr. Mark Weins , hope to see you in your next visit here in The Philippines. im so much enjoyed how will you taste the different foods in differents countries ☺ Thumbs up for you!
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عشت فيها اكثر من ستة عشر سنة اعشقك يا الاردن
اطيب شعب ربي يسعدكم ويحمي الاردن من كل مكروه ويخلي ويحمي جلالة سيدنا الملك عبد الله ويخلي دوم ويعم الامان والخير على هل البلاد الرائعة اموت عليكم ما انساكم اطيب اكل هو الاكل العربي يالله نفسي اموت وادفن في السلط حتى اكون تراب من ترابها
My compliment here is solely for Jordanian food. It's rare that I want to try literally every food presented in travel videos but in this two part series every single dish looked amazing. I can't wait to find some Jordanian food in Boston. But as for the host, I'm so sorry but I cannot watch you anymore. The exact same reaction (sorry, OVERreaction for every single bit of food ever taken everywhere. Not every bite taken in ones life warrants the same 150 out of 10 reaction. Take a hint from your friend Fadi here who knows how to take a modest bite that's respectful of the food. I'm happy for you that you have so many fans and I do love seeing places I've not visited. But the "massive bite, crazy eyes, head tilt to your right, eyes closed, slow murderer smile, 'oh yah' over complimentary" routine gets tired. After the 50th viewing it loses all sense of sincerity. I'm not looking to argue with or debate with anyone. We are all allowed to have unique opinions. This is mine. Good luck!
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