Sadly, Jeddah's old coral houses are in a very sorry state. Shorbatly House boasts some lovely mashrabiyya (balconies with perforated...
Sadly, Jeddah's old coral houses are in a very sorry state. Almost unique among the sea of dilapidation, however, is the restored Naseef...
This souq runs off Al-Dahab St and is the most extensive in the Kingdom. The market stalls cut into the heart of the old city and buzz...
This Filipino-run restaurant remains wildly popular with Jeddah's Asian community. Though simple and unpretentious, it's clean, the food...
Al-Dahab St · interesting places nearby
Fattah Restaurant information
Don't be put off by the façade (rustic log cabin meets Santa's grotto), this Yemeni restaurant is a firm local fave; sample the food and you'll soon see why. Try the delicious shish kebabs served with tahini and chilli sauce and freshly baked flatbread