Article

Sidi Bouhdid

Sidi Bouhdid (La Medina Arabe, Hammamet) — blessed with having” the best view in Hammamet,” you sure will have lovely scenery unfolding as you savor your brunch. Similarly, it’s also a great backdrop for admiring the sundown, but as this is brunch-centered, we’ll focus on the mornings! In this traditional coffee shop, the green tea, […]

Article

Le Grand Cafe du Theatre

Le Grand Cafe du Theatre (Avenue Habib Bourguiba, Tunis) – adjacent to the beautiful Art Nouveau architecture of the national theatre, this café spreads across the wide pavement of the famous Avenue Habib Bourguiba, justifiably likened to the Parisian Champs-Elysées. Locals gather under the parasols of the vast terrace to drink coffee while observing the […]

Article

La Tavolata

La Tavolata (Avenue Hedi Noulra, Ennasr II, Tunis) — for an authentic taste of Italy in Tunis, it is worth leaving the city center for the residential suburb of Ennasr. Here all that is Italian can be found on a plate from the chef’s succulent pizza cooked on the premises and garnished with Italian mozzarella […]

Article

La Spigola

La Spigola (52 avenue F. Roosevelt, La Goulette, Tunis) — this is a popular seafood restaurant in the Tunisian capital. attracting both well-heeled locals and expats. Meals begin with a vast array of small plate appetizers; harissa, radishes, grilled peppers, olives and more, along with fresh bread. Diners are often allowed to pick out the actual […]

Article

La Rambla Resto-Café

La Rambla Resto-Café (Hotel La Belle Vue, Blvd. Ibn el Fourat, Hammamet) – this seaside restaurant is popular for its breakfast meals: pancakes, omelets, croissants, and freshly-brewed coffee. Along with breakfast, diners can order paninis, sandwiches, pastas and dessert items like ice cream for lunch or dinner. Regardless, diners come here as much for its […]

Article

La Bô M

La Bô M (Avenue Principal, Túnez): ubicada a orillas del lago de Túnez, La Bô M transporta un soplo de aire fresco tunecino. Dirigido por la joven chef Malek Laabidi, entrenada en Lyon, La Bô M propone una cocina innovadora basada en productos de temporada de alta calidad. A Malek Laabidi le gusta seleccionar a […]

Article

La Bella Marina Restaurant

La Bella Marina Restaurant (Rue Dag Hammarskold 8050, Hammamet) — When you think “La Bella Marina,” fancy cigale lobsters and evening settings may jump to mind more quickly than brunches, but fortunately for residents and visitors of Hammamet, you can come here when the mid-morning lull hits, too, and have a pick-me-up guaranteed. It’s mostly seafood and steak, […]

Article

Fondouk El Attarine

Fondouk El Attarine (9 bis Souk El Attarine, Tunis) – in days gone by, this restaurant was a pit stop where traveling salesmen used to station their caravans and beasts in order to rest after a long day’s journeying. Today, this magnificent bright edifice houses a luxury souk selling artisan jewelry, carpets and other handicrafts together […]

Article

Essaraya

Essaraya (6 Rue Ben Mahmoud, Boulevard Bab Menara, Tunis) — t is not easy to find this restaurant, a sumptuous restored palace hidden in the Medina’s labyrinth of souks. So it is opportune to come across a man clad in traditional attire and bearing a lantern waiting to guide clients to the restaurant’s entrance that opens into […]

Article

Dar Zarrouk

Dar Zarrouk (Rue Hedi Zarrouk, Sidi-Bou-Said) — Located in the cliff top coastal village of Sidi Bou Saïd, about twenty kilometers from Tunis, Dar Zarrouk blends in with the typical dazzling white villas and their blue shutters. Its terrace is an ideal spot for enjoying magnificent views of the crystal blue Mediterranean. The sophisticated interior also looks […]