In Jordan, ‘Mansaf in a Cup’ Creates a Food Controversy


AMMAN, Jordan — The idea struck the restaurateur like a bolt of lightning after he spilled food on his suit while eating in his car.

What if he were to take Jordan’s national dish — a milky mountain of mutton and rice called mansaf, which is traditionally eaten by hand from a large communal platter — and sell it in a paper cup to diners on the go?

The restaurateur, Muhammad Taher, soon opened his first shop, Our Mansaf in a Cup, offering takeout servings at the bargain price of one…



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