Cooking and Dining at Beit Sitti
This evening, you will be driven to Beit Sitti, offering you the chance to learn about traditional Arabic cooking. Beit Sitti was set up by three sisters, Maria, Dina and Tania, in honour of their grandmother. Beit Sitti means ‘Grandmother’s House’ – and is located in Jabal al Weibdeh, one of Amman’s oldest districts in Jordan.
You will learn to prepare an amazing four-course Arabic meal with the help of a local Hajjeh, a respectful form of address for a middle-aged or elderly lady. You can opt to try out a range of dishes such as a vegetarian mujadara featuring lentil, rice and caramelised onions, with a Farmers Salad, smoky baba ghanouj and osmaliyeh for dessert. There are countless options, and all are simply delicious.