When I used to be younger, my mother and I would go downtown and this is what we used to do:
If we went early in the morning she would buy me a ka3keh and I like my ka3keh with La vache Qui Rit and za3tar on top. Then she would take me to this corner juice place and I would get some carrot juice, I can’t understand as a child how I liked it but it was delicious.
If we go in the afternoon she would take me to Jabri downtown and we would order mashawee imshakall. I think they closed Jabri or the restaurant part of Jabri.
Ana ju3aneh, what I had for breakfast was a cheese and broccoli croissant, seriously…I need real food and I don’t want to make it, can’t I just go to the hummus place next to our house in Amman and get some real stuff, because the fool and hummus I make are good but mish maghsoosh, it does not have the crack they add in Amman.
And here it costs $6 to get a small order, so small that after you dip the first time you see the bottom if the plate.
Anyway, later people.