From the fascinating capital of Tunis in the direction of Sidi Bou Said, there´s a place where you can enjoy fine traditional country food. In a resort, Restaurant Le Phenix de Carthage serves typical Tunisian cuisine as well as Asian and European cuisine and a variety of very good desserts and sweets. The couscous is a speciality here that you cannot pass up. You have the opportunity to host events and ceremonies in their indoor spaces or outdoor covered ones. There´s also a swimming pool, terrace, gabezos and other items of Mediterranean décor. It is located near the ruins of Carthage Archaeological Park and a few miles from the charming village of Sidi Bou Sai on the border of the sea. It really is an ideal place for a stopover while visiting Tunisia to enjoy the exotic cuisine of the country.
The restaurant Au Bon Vieux Temps ('In the good old days "), is located in one of the central streets of the Tunisian coastal town of Sidi Bou Saïd, specifically in the street Hedi Zarrouk. Its cuisine is based on a typical Arabic cuisine with special reference to Tunisian dishes with French mixture. A small restaurant with a small terrace, which has fantastic sea views, the restaurant is usually full of lovebirds to be very romantic. From its walls hang various tables and including the signed photo of Jacques Higelin thanking the deal that gave the whole restaurant team Au Bon Vieux Temps. other celebs who've been: the Princess of Thailand, Chirac's wife, etc ...
Since I work in a travel agency, I spend the day selling almost anything. There are many destinations, and many people that don't want to spend too much decide to choose Tunisia. This is due to its climate and good prices. So useful that I knew I was called a few friends and clients who had been long ago, who recommended strongly that I passed by the restaurant Le Lido de Sousse and the truth is it was a real success loved by all four of us that went! The food was very well prepared, with good flavors and even though the dishes were typically Arab, they really were not too strong of flavors. The specialty is fish, because in addition to being in front of the port of Sousse it looks like you're eating something freshly caught! It was perhaps the price for the prices you find in Tunisia, so perhaps it was a bit pricey, but then as always, you pay for quality!
Le Dôme is the restaurant in Tunisia Palace Hotel. The menu is varied and there are generous starters, as is the custom in this country. The décor of the restaurant stood out, above all, because of its stained glass and gold leaf roof.