This wonderfully authentic medina favourite is where shoppers come for lamb brochette lunches, the meat grilled to order in an ashy pit. Opposite, their (nameless) seafood place serves heaping plates of octopus stew…
The best of the cheapies. A friendly place with some outside tables near the medina and nice food in hearty portions. The air-con branch is very spiffy and clean, with blue and yellow tiling.
De la Medina has seating on medina ramparts, but the view is the main draw rather than the food or service.
At this upmarket boat restaurant floating in the marina you can sit on the top deck and tuck into top seafood, with great views over the slick, flag-fluttering yachts.
Next door to and cheaper than Lella Fatma, Belle Vue has received good reports from travellers.
Also on the Medina walls, this is more upmarket than De la Medina, but the lovely beachside views are again the main attraction.
Opposite the medina, this place is good for people-watching and has reliably palatable food.
With fussy décor involving some crazy-paving arches, upmarket local favourite Sidi Slim is welcoming, has good seafood and meat dishes, and comes recommended.
This is one of Hammamet's classier restaurants, with an interior like a pretty conservatory stage set and it serves lots of seafood.
Next door to L'Angolo Verde (a popular eatery) is Tiramasú with yummy Italian ice cream.