If you see it from the street, 56 Cafe literally looks like a hole in the wall. When you walk through the wall, you are greeted by a magnificent house. This was the home of Pasha Glubb, a British official who served in Jordan until he was deposed by King Hussain in 1956 (hence the name 56 Cafe). The food is great. Large portions and varied selection. Outdoor seating with heaters. The service is slow, but that is typical for this part of the world.
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