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The Weekender – 🍳 Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots

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Buongiorno Tipsters, we all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day whether you wake up peckish or simply hungover in need of a greasy meal. Whatever the reason is, you’ve got NO REASON to skip on Amman’s drool-worthy breakfast and brunch options. So we’ve dug deep to bring you the best breakfast spots. You’re welcome.

Whether you’re in the mood for your basic-b*tch avocado toast or craving something sweet like a strawberry shortcake croissant, Chapter 9 Cafe is your go-to spot for all things breakfast.

Pour one out for Shams Al Balad brunches. The good news is that El Maqha is serving some of your Shams favorites in their new a la carte, self-service cafe.

Sure, the hours at Le Petit Cafe might not be the most ideal, but their croissants are top-notch. Who does it better than the French when it comes to breakfast pastries? We’ll wait.

Fornaldar takes your favorite manakeesh to the next level. We can’t stop dreaming about their eggplant and zaatar manakeesh topped with their homemade marinara.

What’s better than the smell of fresh baked bread? Eating it from Foron Rex. Baked daily, their breads and pastries are some of the best in Amman.

Daimeh takes the classic Arabic breakfast to the next level with the freshest ingredients and innovative combinations. We love their Arabic-style avocado toast featuring sourdough Ka’ak, avocado spread, feta, sumac, and more. Add a poached egg and you won’t be sorry.

So you’ve probably blacked out at Reds at least once, but we bet you haven’t tried their weekend brunch. Each weekend the folks at Reds offer a themed brunch (think Greek goodness or all-American style).

Where do we even begin with Gaia Brunch to Aperitvo’s brunch? First of all, their salted caramel french toast is practically a religious experience. Second of all, for those of you craving a bloody mary, make sure to try their extra spicy bloody mary — it’s the best in town.

If your vibe is low key yet bougie, then Eostrix is one of the best breakfast spots for you. Nestled between 2nd and 3rd circle, this trendy gastro-pub serves some of your breakfast favorites on the weekends. Our rec? The classic strawberry pancakes.

If you’ve got a few extra JDs to spend this month, we highly recommend you do so on the W’s brunch. For the price of 50 JD, you can wine and dine all day, well at least until you pass out from stuffing yourself with fresh sushi and mimosas.

Fresh and organic is the name of the game with Yanboot’s Saturday brunches. From your classic Arabic breakfast faves to moussaka and date cake, you’re sure to have one heck of an organic brunch. The best part? If you’re too hungover from the night before to leave your bed, you can have it delivered to your house.

If you’re craving some seriously phenomenal french toast, then you need to head over to Namilyeh in Al-Weibdeh. Every weekend they serve fluffy french toast topped with their incredible, homemade natural jams and other fresh toppings. It’s not to be missed!

Bon Appetit, Tipsters!