Posted by: admin | March 23, 2009

Mansaf, the Jordanian way.


The great Mansaf from Al-Quds Restaurant

The great Mansaf from Al-Quds Restaurant

I was reading a great blog entry from ‘summer‘ on www.mimicooks.com. She was talking about Mansaf and it got me thinking. I remember eating Mansaf for the first time. The food was so heavy, all I wanted to do was sleep afterwards. I felt so heavy 🙂 and I said to myself, I am not eating that again. But of course when you go and visit your friends on a Friday afternoon at their house, you’re most likely to be offered a Mansaf, well it was the case for me:-0. I know Mansaf is very hard to make, so I have been told. I don’t know what happened but the more I ate Mansaf, the more I wanted it.

I know everyone talks about Jabri being the best place for Mansaf and the late King Hussein used to eat from Jabri’s but I much prefer to eat Mansaf from the ‘Al-Quds’ restaurant in Down Town. They just simply do good food and the best Mansaf in town. You are not going to find a fancy table, with fancy waiters or fancy cutlery; they only do fancy food.

If you haven’t tried Mansaf, yet then I suggest ‘Al-Quds’ restaurant in Down Town. Enjoy it.

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Responses

  1. I hate you 😦
    Now, I’m craving mansaf again!

  2. Thank you so much for linking to my cooking blog, i really apprecaite it!
    now that you have the recipe, maybe you should be able to make it…right?
    🙂

  3. Hello all,

    I was just wondering if I can get the recipe for mansaf too. Thanks

    • ‘summer’ on http://www.mimicooks.com is the place to go to if you want recipe info 🙂
      good luck.


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