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It's a local place that our Jordanian guide took us to and would be a real bonus to international travelers! It has fantastic food - the best we had on our 15 day trip to Israel and Jordan. All vegetarian: three different kinds of hummus, stuffed and regular felafel, fresh tomatoes and onions, what we would call French fries.
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You have to go to Hashim and experience the taste of Amman. Food is great, falafel is the best I had in Jordan. With 2 persons we had to pay 4.50JD for hummus, falafel, salad, bread, baba ganoesh and tea
one of the best meals i ever had i am vegetarian and it was a amazing experience bill came around 9 jd for 3 person me my wife and son , we had falafel meal. no menu is available just we told waiter , we...More
Hashim restaurant is one of the best relaxing restaurnats in downtown Amman. It is worth mentioning that price is affordable.
Fresh hot falafel and hommus dishes with fresh backed bread. Eat it with nice tea or if you prefer with cold soft drinks. When finished...More
We had very jice traditional breakfast contaning humus, delicious falafels, some fresh veggies and flat bread.
We were also served hot Bedouin tee.
Price was actually very good. For breakfast that was enough for 2 person we paid just 4 JOD.
Place looks clean and...More