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The Weekender – 15 Best Brunch Spots

They say breakfast is the best meal of the day, clearly they forgot about brunch. Woke up late and had a meal full of guilty pleasures? Decided lunch just isn’t worth the wait? There’s our favorite B word to save the day. Well hello there brunch, is that you? The Tip n’ Tag team went on an adventure to find you the best brunch spots in Amman, so brunch your way out of bed and indulge in a combination of sweet and savory flavors.

ThreeSixty @ Amman Rotana

On Fridays, we brunch. Nothing says brunch better than a 360 view of Amman, seafood on ice, premium BBQ grills, live stations, exquisite desserts and a wide selection of beverages. Brunch at ThreeSixty is soon becoming one of those go to staples for all those who love international buffets in Amman. The fun times don’t end there though, while you move from one live station to the next, your kids will be too busy having a blast with the face painters, balloon-shapers, and the cooking teachers. Win-win to say the least.

Time: 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Price: 25++ per guest

 District @ Shepherd Hotel

District, this summer’s hit rooftop restaurant bar, serves up an amazing brunch.  The trendy decor combined with a spacious outdoor terrace provides a perfect brunching spot for your hungover weekends. The menu includes the classics and countless new fusions. Top off your mimosas and embrace the good vibes.

Tip –  Brunch, sip and jam to the DJ

The Spice Garden @ Sheraton Hotel

Who doesn’t love a delicious buffet? Whatever you’re in the mood for The Spice Garden is serving it. From sushi to pizza to pasta and even Mansaf.  Grab your friends or family, head towards The Spice Garden, entertain your senses.

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

Price: 25++ per guest

Gusto @ Amman Rotana

Family times are the best times, especially when they’re accompanied by delicious food. At Gusto you’ll be brunching with those closest to heart, sharing a selection of Italian platters and memorable conversations, while the kids keep entertained with various fun activities. Nothing makes the heart fonder than an Antipasto or a delicious tiramisu cake to brighten up the last day of your weekend. Cheers to a Saturday well spent.

Time: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Price: 22++ per guest

Tried and true. Brunch-time landmarks.

Cafe Gourmand

The Cafe Gourmand is a boutique cafe, bakery and patisserie inspired by Parisian cafes but with a Middle Eastern twist. The food is delicious and has a menu that would impress the pickiest of brunch goers.

Tip Try their Eggs Benedict, they’re exquisite!

Blue Fig

Blue Fig is a tribute to all cultures of the world. There’s so much to offer that one can never run out of ideas when brunching there with friends. Their menu is delightfully diverse but their consistency to serve great food never fails to impress!

Tip – The Avocado toast is to die for! Get it with a poached egg on top and thank your lucky stars!


 A combination bakery and restaurant, Crumz is the best of both worlds. Whether you’re in the mood for pastries or for a full on feast, they’ve got you. With a menu full of assortments, your every craving will be catered to.

Tip – They serve the best eggs with turkey and cheese croissants. Period.

Where’s the Hummus at?

Shams El Balad

Here’s to celebrating all things local! Shams El Balad cafe is the only farm to table outlet in Amman, offering organic homemade Jordanian food. Traditional dishes are recreated to give your taste buds an unforgettable experience.

Tip – Best eggplant mutabal in town

Rakwet Arab

In the heart of Weibdeh, sits a hidden gem. Rakwet Arab is full of character, and takes you to a different time as soon as you walk in. The atmosphere isn’t the only great thing they offer though, with a wide selection of delicious Arabic food to pick from and flavorful shishas, you’ll be there for hours and hours on end.

Tip –  They serve amazing manakeesh


When people talk about Hashem, the name is usually followed by phrases like the “you have to go there if you’re visiting Amman” or “it’s got the most amazing falafel and hummus in town”.  Those people were not exaggerating. The ambiance of this alley restaurant can’t be beaten! Hashem gives you an authentic arabic experience that you won’t soon forget.

Tip – You can’t miss out on the falafel, hummus or the fatteh

Extra cheese and maple syrup please.

Hala’s Treats

 Hala’s Treats prepares food made with love, it’s the kind that leaves you all tingly inside! The cozy and beautifully designed shop is not only inviting but the food inside will take you to an even more special place in your tummy. If you’re a believer in variety being the spice of life then look no further. Hala’s has got sandwiches, salads, quiche, omelettes, waffles, and incredible line up of desserts that will leave you wanting more with every bite.

Tip – They have amazing 3-cheese quiches and their waffle rises above all others

The Bake House

Hey there egg wonderland. Whether you like them scrambled or as omelettes with cheese, veggies, steak on the side or plain, The Bake House chefs definitely know their eggs. If you’re in the mood for an all-American-diner then this brunching spot is your place to be.

Tip –  For a fulfilling brunch, order The Bakehouse Supreme

The Pancake and Waffle House

What’s golden brown on the outside and warm and soft on the inside? Yummy pancakes! There aren’t many places specialized in pancakes and waffles in Amman so if you’re craving one of the two, now you know where to go. Their laid back atmosphere will make you feel right at home.

Tip – Pancakes with fresh fruits and vanilla ice cream, YUM!

Life is short, eat dessert first.

The Cake Shop

Taste is one thing when it comes to desserts but design, color, and details have become equally important to picky foodies in our town. The Cake Shop will not fail to impress, they’ve mastered it all. This joint is perfect for those who love sweets but also fancy salty dishes. Their variety is a strong suit, making it a great place to go to with a group of friends.

Tip – Enjoy their Apple, Cinnamon & Walnut Waffle

Treats and Beans

For a small shop, Treats and Beans surely out does itself when it comes to the food being served. Their crepes are mind-blowing. With a range of toppings ranging from fruits to a vast selection of chocolate, you’re sure to not be disappointed.

Tip –  Go for the mini-pancakes, the flavor is anything but small

Keep calm and have brunch!

Lemur Love,
The Tip n’ Tag Team