• La Capitale

  • Sunny Olea dining room with tall doors open to patio, tables with brown velvet chairs inside, white lamps
  • SIRR bartender in vest stands behind bar stirring cocktail, glasses and bottles lining wall behind him
  • Large Five Grill and Lounge patio at dusk with lounge chairs, black outdoor fireplaces, patio lights, palm trees
    FIVE Grill & Lounge

  • Afternoon tea on table by plush sofas and chairs, fireplace in Crown Room pre function area seating room
    The Foyer Lounge


All Food and Drink

La Capitale

Sit down for a menu of updated French classics in this traditional brasserie that blends timeless elements with modern, fashionable details, and boasts Jordan’s first farm-to-glass seasonal bar menu.


Breakfast is our specialty at Olea, where you can explore menus of hot and cold dishes, international cuisine and gourmet treats – all made with top-quality local ingredients.


Follow the purple door and you’ll find this speakeasy hideaway. Dark-wood panelling and rich leather seating evoke the timeless glamour of fine craftsmanship, with highly skilled alchemists behind the bar.

The Foyer Lounge

Make yourself at home in the Hotel’s living room. Here, every table has a little extra room around it for added privacy, and traditional English Afternoon Tea service makes even the lightest meals feel special.

FIVE Grill & Lounge

Casual dining gets an upgrade. Our savoury menu of burgers, pizza, seafood and steak can be enjoyed alongside the gorgeous Amman weather outside on the terrace.

In-Room Dining

For breakfast in bed, impromptu business meetings or romantic meals in the privacy of your own room, we have you covered, day or night.

The Team

Executive Chef Saa’d Alfawadleh

Born and raised in Amman, Jordan, Saa’d fell in love with cooking at the age of 8, inspired by his father who was a chef in the Jordanian Army. He took his first culinary job in the hotel industry, later moved to Dubai and Abu Dhabi to expand his experience, and then settled in the United States, where he built a family. In New York, he helped a friend open a food truck and then joined Four Seasons Resort Lanai in Hawaii as a sous chef. The rest is history – he found his calling with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

“Cooking food is my passion and the love of my life.”

Executive Pastry Chef ANAS AL QUSAIRI

Anas Al Qusairi has been making life sweeter at Four Seasons Hotel Amman since 2008. Since 1993, he knew he wanted to be a chef, and he made his dream a reality. Anas makes a mean mohalabia, a traditional Middle Eastern milk pudding that is the perfect light dessert after a heavy meal. To balance his sweet side, his favourite condiment is hot sauce, and his guilty pleasure snack is pumpkin seeds. Naturally, his favourite cooking show is “Cake Boss.”

“Baking is fun, so when I bake, I love my surroundings to be bustling with energy. I prefer to work with music playing and in the company of lots of people.”

Chef de Cuisine Alain Regnault

With 30 years of experience as a Chef in Europe and the Middle East, Chef Alain infuses modern flavours and flare while maintaining La Capitale’s tradition of classic French dishes. Chef Alain uses inspiration from his grandmother’s cooking to create special recipes and dishes for guests of La Capitale, including: Foie Gras with mango chutney on brioche toast, sea bass with a basil crust and for dessert, soufflé with Dulce ice cream.

“I love to discover new gastronomic delights and destinations. As the Chef de Cuisine at La Capitale, I am very excited to introduce our guests to my Neo Brasserie style of cooking and especially my passion for pastries and chocolate.”

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