Rumi Cafe

21 November 2015

Rumi Cafe opens up in Jabal Al Lweibdeh - a new small tea bar & coffee shop.

Rumi Cafe fits only 25 people and is tucked in one of Jabal Al Lweibdeh's famous streets, Kuliyet Al Sharee'a.


The owner Ayman Taqatqa is a fan of Rumi, a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, theologian, and Sufi mystic, which is where the name Rumi Cafe came from.

Ayman felt there was a need for a small coffee shop and tea bar in Jordan, that serves good coffee and tea, plays good music, and has a clean smoke-free environment.

The cafe serves a light and healthy breakfast, including muesli, magdoos, labaneh and other traditional items.

Take your laptop, a book, or go with friends and family to chit-chat over good coffee or tea at Rumi Cafe.

Location: 14 Kulliyat Al Sharee’a St.
Opening hours: 8am – 12am
Tel: 06 4644131