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    Eat, Shop, Love At Rainbow Street, Amman

    Aakanksha posted on 26 April

    While many flock to Al-Wakalat Street, neither time nor money was on my side. So I ditched the high street and the fancy brands in favour of Rainbow Street, downtown. A marvellous street filled to the brim with colour, character, hookah bars, coffee shops and handicraft stores, it was a real treat. Jordan is great for leather {expensive yet authentic}, hand-woven throws and rugs, pottery, silver jewellery and of course Bedouin artefacts. I found myself lost at Souk Zara. Naturally, I returned with interesting mosaic coasters, silver trinkets and even some embroidered cushion covers. End your evening of shopping at the Al Sufra restaurant. A chic place to enjoy Jordanian food, you’ll realise these people take celebrating mealtimes to the next level. From the magically appearing mezzes – which included hummus, labneh, mutabel, tabbouleh, fattoush, gallayet, beitinjan salad {eggplant with cheese, tomato and coriander}, koftas and kibbeh to the more filling sajeyat lameh {lamb with pine nuts} and pilaf, you’ll need a mint tea to finish off. If you’re looking for a good night’s sleep, the Crowne Plaza, Amman should do the trick. Plus, their breakfast will see you through lunch and tea, for sure!

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        Rainbow Street

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