1.75 JOD, Mixed Grill Quality and drinks is average to below average , hopefully by next time we go they would have learned something about customer service ... and improve the quality of food and drinks. The site used to be a school until the ministry of antiquities announced the...area as an archaeological site. The church is believed to have been constructed during the 6th Century and was mostly destroyed by an earthquake in the 8th Century. Umm Qais is nestled in the hills above the Jordan Valley.
Wonderful view of the Golan Heights In 1991, Romero Group established its branch in Umm Qais, a beautiful rest-house & restaurant located in archeological site of the Decapolis period.

6.95 JOD, Sajyet Meat I am not sure of the other dishes on offer as we did not try. reserveout. Service not really paying attention to us. 7.95 JOD, Shish Tawouk There are many Roman sites at Umm Qais including two ancient theatres. 6.25 JOD, Baked boneless chicken strips with onion & hot pepper, Sineyet kabab skewers with tahina or tomato Not a member yet? The Ottoman Village is a fascinating insight into life during the Ottoman era. Not recommended at all, only the view . They aren't honest and will give youa different menu with a high receipt. 4.75 JOD, Fattet beitinjan 6.45 JOD, Grilled Boneless Chicken Quality and drinks is average to below average , hopefully by next time we go they would have learned something about customer service ... and improve the quality of food and drinksMore, This is one of the best locations in Jordan, definitely you have amazing views of the archaeological site and lake Tibris. The restaurant is open from 10 am until 7 pm from October to May, and 10 am until 10 pm between June and September. dish. This beautiful structure is located along the main Roman Street which takes visitors through an Ottoman village. Can a vegan person get a good meal at this restaurant? The lights of the far distant towns slowly lit up as the night crept in. Umm Qais 3.45 JOD, Shanklish From the essential visits such a tours to Petra and Wadi Rum, to off the beaten track sites, and experiences.

The food we ate was typical Arabic...dish. 7.25 JOD, Friday: Magloubeh, with eggplant & chicken, Saturday: Musakhan, sumac chicken wrapped with taboun bread & tenderized onion, Ice Cream Reserveout is easy to use and reservations are instantly confirmed in real-time. 3.45 JOD, Cooked diced tomatoes with meat, onion & spices, French fries The closest city to Umm Qais is Irbid which is a 45-minute car journey. The service was superb!More. Umm Qais is mentioned in the Bible as the location where Jesus performed the miracle of the Gadarene Swine.

2.45 JOD, Fried eggplant with tomato, green pepper, cucumber pickles in garlic lemon dressing, Fattoush