Eat with us in Jordan
If you’re heading to Jordan…
…join us for a home-cooked meal and cross-cultural conversation in Amman or Jerash.
My husband is Jordanian and a fabulous cook of all things Arab cuisine, including mansaf (the national dish of Jordan), gallayet bandorra (a tomato stew served with Arabic bread), mujadarra (a rice dish made with lentils and spices), and ouzi (a rice dish made with vegetables, yellow raisins, almonds, and spices).
We are based in Amman and offer home-cooked Jordanian meals complete with coffee (Turkish or American) and tea (Bedouin style with mint, sage, or cardamom) in both Amman and Jerash. If you choose Amman, my husband and I will be your hosts. If you opt for Jerash, you’ll feast with our family there.
To inquire about costs and availability, please contact us.
Ahlan wa sahlan (welcome)! We look forward to seeing you in Jordan.
Header photo: Mujadarra (a vegetarian and vegan dish made of rice, lentils, and spices) served with Arabic salad and local rocca leaves in the foreground. Guests learning how to eat mansaf like a local in the background.
Our meals are halal and we can also cater to vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free guests.