Yes... Service can be haphazard, the tables sometimes sticky, and the sign outside bearing the word "touristic" a bit off-putting, but Zorba's does quite well on the food front. Mezze are almost all good (though had a disagreement over whether our fried haloumi was indeed haloumi)... and main meat dishes are very tasty. We did look into the fish display downstairs and while some looked fresh.. others had opaque eyes and gray gills. We passed! That said, given that all fish in Amman typically comes from Turkey... it's hard to complain. Unsure where the restaurant name comes from- but this is not a Greek restaurant, just as the wonderful "Auberge" across the street is not French!
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