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I went with my friend and my very calm dog. Despite the fact that we sat at the edge and away from people, they still demanded that we tie her up in the sun or somewhere completely away from us.
There are other restaurants in...Jordan that do allow dogs in outside seating. This happens in Weibdeh, Shmeisani, Sweifieh Village, etc. There are also cafes that allow dogs in Amman. So, telling me that they are subject to some kind of government repercussion is ridiculous and a blatant lie.
Furthermore, Fatatri's outside seating is clearly in public space on the Rainbow St. sidewalk.
Regardless, I suggest any people who care about dogs avoid this restaurant.More
Date of visit: August 2020
AnwarElhalah, Marketing at Fatatri, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2020
Thank you for your visit and review, we highly appreciate your feedback. I personally have a dog but according to the government regulations and people of Jordan customs I do not take him to restaurant, I try to respect others choices, this is not our...More
I was quite surprise about this place. I never tried Feteer before and it was really good. Nice, well cocked and traditional Jordan food. Definitely you should goo. Nice restaurant, excellent service and cheap! Thats a deal!
We stumbled on this place while visiting Rainbow Street in Amman in December. We originally went in for a cup of tea but when we saw the food we couldn't resist ordering some. The Feteer we had was delicious and the staff were very helpful...and friendly, and the ambiance of the cafe was also very nice.More
Excellent food and very tasty. A bit like pizza but made with pastry. You can see the chef's stretching out the thin dough (which is quite a sight to behold), adding the filling, and putting them in the oven. Waiter was friendly. Would highly recommend.
This is a small outdoor restaurant at Amman's hip Rainbow Street. Fatatri specializes in feteer meshaltet, a pizza-like pastry from Egypt. Everything is freshly made and served hot. The Armenian sausage is juicy and aromatic. The sweet honey and cream cheese pie is nice but...the taste is heavy. Staff is friendly but service can be slow during the peak hour.More
Went here several times during our stay in Amman and loved it. The staff are very friendly and service was quick. The food is great and reasonably priced. You can easily share a full portion between two, or order a half each. When we over-ordered...they gave us the leftovers in a box to takeaway.More
We were just walking on Rainbow Street and being hungry we just stepped in. The seating is outdoors and very inviting. Seemed popular. The feteers were very fast and good. Small is decent for one person. The staff was very nice. I wanted to come...back on our last day, but unfortunately didn't have time. Recommend.More
We came across this restaurant whilst walking from downtown Amman to Rainbow Street. The food was excellent, we watched whilst it was being prepared by a skilful chef.
Definitely the place to go if you want a wide vegetarian selection.
Excellent service and reasonably priced....Highly recommended!!More
On Rainbow Street in downtown Amman, Jordan, Fatatri Egyptian restaurant offers a wide variety of Egyptian Fateer. A Fateer is a thin pastry stuffed with any sort of filing, the menu is extensive, with lots of vegetarian options. These Fateer look like a cross between...a pizza, pie and a gozleme. Enjoyable and reasonably priced.More
Great feeter! (gozleme-style filled breads)
You can sit outdoor on the street and people-watch or inside near the flat-bread oven.
Wait-staff were very friendly and we were able to take home our left-overs in a nice paper box.
If you have arrived the Rainbow Street, do not go out before try this amazing restaurant with its special sitting on the outdoor sidewalk. I highly recommend the Armenian Sausage Pie With fragile dough, and do not forget to ask for the garlic chicken pie,...and for sure caprese pie for basil lovers . Sometimes when I'm at home I find myself dreaming about Armenian sausage pie and it is not long before I go with my familyMore
Date of visit: July 2019
Anwar E, Public Relations Manager at Fatatri, responded to this reviewResponded August 27, 2019
Thank you for your review and we were happy to having you, come again