I think I would call this a dinner with a difference, rather than a cookery course. We got in last minute while they were renovating. We were allocated to a table and offered a choice of soft drink. Unfortunately, these were swept away by staff before we had had a chance to drink them. Our table was given the task of prepping veg for tabbouleh. Then, either squeezing a lemon or chopping garlic. That was as much cookery as we did as after that we were told to help another group put toppings on mini-flatbreads but with 12 or more of us around a small table, it was not possible for everyone to be hands on. Then we watched the other dishes being made.
Food hygiene standards were good.
What we enjoyed best here was the food itself and the conversation and social evening we had with other guests. In London, we go to Supper Clubs and this had a similar vibe.
We brought our own wine which we handled ourselves, as per the local protocol.
Total bill was 79JOD which had to be cash only as no connections for card possible.
We thought this was good value for what we ate and the sociable experience.
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