A relative newcomer, with friendly service and intimate candlelit atmosphere. The mains on the menu hold few surprises but are uniformly good. Don’t forget the starters though – doight de Fatima (finger-shaped briks…
Pick this place out by its yellow and green awning. It looks unassuming but serves some of the best chicken we’ve had in Tunisia, dishing up with side salad, a bowl of spaghetti with peppery sauce, great chips and a…
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 (pastry and coffee 1DT).
This recommended restaurant serves up pizza and meat and chicken dishes in a brick-walled dining room complete with a working fountain in the centre.
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.
Tunisian dishes, pasta and steaks are served in a palm-shaded courtyard. Wine and beer are available (there's a raucous local-boozers bar attached).
This small place is popular with Tunisian families. Preorder the metabgha (Berber pizza; 3DT) or stick to camel steak.
Try the (chewy) camel if it's available, or enjoy the decor of plaster palm trees and the vegetarian dishes if it's not.
A few doors north at the start of the Zone Touristique, Pizzeria Azzura serve quality pies.