Came here for lunch with my wife on a sleepy Saturday afternoon. The setting was nice and the view good. However, the food was bog-standard Amman tourist food, the same quality as you'll find in a hundred other over-priced cafe/restaurants in Amman. Don't fall for the 'Wild Jordan' natural food theme - it's just a way to pull in gullible foreigners (myself included) and serve them the same blah food you can find anywhere else.
I had what the menu described in flowery prose as grilled chicken with fresh wild herbs, olive paste, lemon zest potatoes, etc., etc. What came was two over-cooked (fried unflattened, which guarantees they will be overcooked - any trained chef would know this) chicken breasts entirely obscured by thin dark grey mush. On tasting, the mush was clearly made either from completely tasteless canned sliced black olives or had been watered down; possibly both. The potatoes were somehow both undercooked and watery (must be difficult to do both), without even a hint of lemon or any kind of herb, wild or otherwise.
We left without dessert or coffee and won't be back. Cost of one of the cheaper main meals, a sandwich and two drinks: JD 25. So not cheap, either.
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