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The Best Syrian Restaurants in Amman
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The Best Syrian Restaurants in Amman

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Updated: 27 August 2017
The Syrian cooking tradition is one of the oldest in the world, and although the quintessential dishes of the levant region are largely similar, Syrian cuisine has a particular reputation for finesse. Since tragic turmoil in Syria now prevents most tourists from travelling to Syria, Amman is increasingly becoming one of the hubs for sampling Middle Eastern food from across the region, Syrian included. Here are our top picks for the best Syrian restaurants in Amman.

Naranj

Restaurant, Middle Eastern, $$$
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Naranj is known in Amman to be the most authentic restaurant specialising in Syrian cuisine. There are many speciality dishes available on the menu, including sour cherry kebabs and ‘Sayadiyeh’, a famous fish and rice dish.
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Mon - Sun:
9:00 am - 11:59 pm

Meal service:

All Day

Atmosphere:

Fine Dining

Joury - Rosa Damascene

Restaurant, Middle Eastern, $$$
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Diners at Rosa Damascene can enjoy a range of healthy yet traditional Syrian dishes from the menu whilst enjoying the charming decor of the restaurant. Outdoor seating is also available in the summer months for a more atmospheric dining experience.
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Sarawat Restaurant

Middle Eastern, $$$
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Al-Sarawat is a casual joint offering delicious Syrian inspired meals to go. Service is fast and the ingredients are fresh and delicious. Make sure you give their shawarma a try!
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Mon - Sun:
12:01 am - 11:59 pm

Atmosphere:

Fast Casual

Bekdash Ice Cream

Ice Cream Parlour, Middle Eastern, $$$
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Head to Bekdash to give their famous Damascus ice cream a try. Made from mastic and sahlep, the ice cream is then pounded to airy, stretchy perfection and topped with pistachio nuts. If you’re heading over on a summer’s night then brace yourself for crowds of people eagerly waiting in line.
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