Tunisian in Tozeur

Fastfood Ham Hama

This small place is hugely popular, serving up everything from chapatis and shawarma to rotisserie chicken and couscous. The side salads and beans are a quick cheap meal in themselves.

Tunisian in Tozeur

Restaurant Dar Deda

A restaurant popular with tourists and locals alike with friendly service and an intimate candlelit atmosphere. The mains on the menu hold few surprises but are reliably good. Don’t forget the starters though –...

Tunisian in Tozeur

Restaurant Le Soleil

Make like you're in the palmeraie with the plaster palm tree decor at Le Soleil. The couscous is good here, along with the stews a la jarre (baked in a clay pot).

Tunisian in Tozeur

Restaurant Tozorous

This recommended restaurant serves up pasta, grilled meat and couscous dishes in a brick-walled dining room complete with a working coffee pot–shaped fountain in the centre.

Tunisian in Tozeur

Restaurant de la République

Set back off the street, in an arcade next to the Mosque El Ferdous, this is an ever-popular local place and great for kebabs or couscous and salad.

Pastries in Tozeur

Patisserie El Qods

A handy and welcoming place to drop into for a quick sandwich, or something sweet and sticky, washed down with a fresh juice or good coffee.

Pizza in Tozeur

Pizzeria Azzura

One of the few Zone Touristique restaurants that have weathered the tourism downturn, Pizzeria Azzura serves quality pizzas.

Pizza in Gafsa

Pizza Tomato

This is a small, modern place done up in Italian-Tunisian decor. It's cute, and the pizzas are good.

Tunisian in Gafsa

Restaurant Semiramis

It’s a bit of a dive but if you want to complement a standard Tunisian meal with a beer or glass of wine (and secondhand smoke), try Restaurant Semiramis, on the ground floor of Hôtel Gafsa.

Tunisian in Gafsa

Restaurant Erriadh

One of several like-minded restaurants next to the bus station, serving quick, unpretentious servings of grilled chicken, Tunisian salads and the like.

Tunisian in Gafsa

Restaurant Abid

This is a sparkling-clean place with a bright checkerboard floor and high-backed chairs serving Tunisian fare. A popular lunch spot.

Tunisian in Gafsa

Restaurant El Khima

If you want to eat in over-the-top kitsch surroundings, try this place in the Jugurtha Palace west of town. Alcohol is served.