Beit Sitti is probably one of the most fun cultural experiences to be had in Amman. The food is very good, but in a way, that's not why you come here. Beit Sitti is all about learning how the locals cook from some very hospitable and knowledgeable hosts -- in fact, these are some of the nicest people I've met Amman!
Be warned, the place is a little hard to find, even for someone who has lived in Amman for more than a year, like me. Otherwise, the location is great, with great views. Also, make sure to have a fair amount of change on hand. Credit cards are not accepted, and they bizarrely do not have any change on hand.
If you can come with friends, I'd recommend it; otherwise, you will make new ones (also a good experience). Typically the group makes bread, an appetizer and a main dish. The variety is therefore a little limited (but again, not why you come). No matter what, you are going to have a great time. I highly recommend this for any visitor or ex-pat in Amman.
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