Mohammed Ali As-Saadi Street
Beit SittiBeit Sitti means 'grandmother's house' in Arabic, and time spent here taking part in one of their celebrated cookery classes is to be truly welcomed in to a family home. Three chef-sisters run the business, with classes taking place on the leafy flower-filled terrace or (in cooler weather) grandma's kitchen itself.
Jordanian cuisine takes in the best of the region, and the dishes you prepare reflect this tradition – a little from Palestine, a dash of Syria and a taste of Iraq – as well as traditional regional food across the country.
Classes can cover breakfast, lunch or dinner, but whichever you opt for the group finishes around a large dining table, tucking into whatever has been prepared. Recipe sheets are given to all participants at the end, to encourage the cooking journey in their home kitchens.