Ever since we began our journey in 2007, we were all about showcasing the other side of Amman, the artistic side. Maybe that’s why we opened our first shop back in 2009 in Jabal el Weibdeh. It was home, so we set our first tent there!
Just as soon as you get past those tiny alleys, and you find yourself facing the Paris Circle, you’ll get an overview of what awaits you in that area.
So, if you’re someone who’s into the artistic scene, if you’re someone who appreciates the simple life rather than the extravagant, the tiny alleys rather than crowded highways, you may find here the top 5 places to go to in Amman, particularly in Jabal el Weibdeh:
Named after the famous 13th century Persian poet and Sufi mystic, Rumi gives you a general idea of the chill atmosphere surrounding Jabal al Weibdeh. So grab a good book or your laptop and enjoy one tasty cup of coffee or tea at Rumi while listening to some good relaxing tunes!
The name says it all (Cupboard in Arabic): once you walk in, all you can see are cupboards full of 100% homemade natural jams, made from hand-picked ripe fruits. Breakfast ideas anyone?
Apart from being a great hangout place to gather with all your friends, It's a space to celebrate creativity, talent and culture. You can enjoy a cup of you coffee with breathtaking view of the old streets of Amman.
Artists of the Arab World, unite! Darat al Funun is where every artist, everyone with a tiny bit of creativity can come and showcase their talents, their works of art. If you’re fond of contemporary art, this is the place to visit!