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nightlife:  

 

There are nightclubs, theaters and cinemas in Amman, while some other major towns have cinemas. Often clubs will only admit couples or mixed groups. Many of the 4- and 5-star hotels have popular clubs and bars.

 

 

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Jordan - food and dining:

 

 

The cuisine varies, although most restaurants have a mixed menu which includes both Arabic and European dishes.

 

National specialties:

Meze (small starters such as fool, humus, kube and tabouleh).
• Kebabs.
Musakhan (chicken in olive oil and onion sauce roasted on Arab bread).
Mensaf (stewed lamb in a yogurt sauce served on a bed of rice), a dish which is normally eaten with the hand.
Baklava (pastry filled with nuts or honey).

National drinks:

• Drinking Arabic coffee is a ritual. Coffee tends to be very strong and is served in small cups (with plenty of coffee grounds at the bottom).
• Local beer, wine and other types of alcohol are served in most restaurants and bars, except during the fasting month of Ramadan (non-Arabic nationals can drink alcohol only in hotels during Ramadan).
Araq is a local liquor similar to Greek Ouzo, usually mixed with water and ice.

tipping:

10 to 12% service charge is generally added in hotels and restaurants, and extra tips are discretionary