Along the main road of Rum village, this cheap and local place serves tea, hummus and felafel for around JD1, and is where the younger Bedouin guides go to unwind.
With 15 mixed salads and five hot dishes offered from noon to 3pm, the buffet at this restaurant is understandably popular. Outside lunchtime, the restaurant is a buzzing meeting place for guides, weary hikers and …
Along the main road in Rum village, next to Alfi’s climbing shop (a grocery store), this local place serves tea and snacks, and is where the younger Bedouin guides go to unwind.
Dining here is open-air and buffet-style. Sipping a large Amstel beer (JD5) while watching the sun’s rays light up Jebel Umm al-Ishrin is the perfect way to finish the day.