Mansaf and its traditions

Mansaf and its traditions. Jordan is a country where food has great cultural significance. It brings people together and makes each occasion truly special and unforgettable.

Mansaf, the Jordanian national dish, is a major part of all celebrations and festivals. A large number of people can be served in large round dishes so that guests can gather and share food. It is a food that is deeply rooted in Jordanian culture, and when you eat your first bite, you will really taste Jordan.

Coming mainly from Bedouin traditions, Jordanian hosts offer Mansaf as a token of appreciation, respect and courage. Its components come from the harsh desert environment, yet the tenderness of the flesh and the delicate taste of sour jameed sauce is a reflection of the warm hospitality of Jordanians and an expression of how much they value their guests.

If you want to share a table with your family and enjoy Mansaf, book a table.