The vibe is old school, the food an education, the service impeccable and overall an experience in Tunis that may well leave you with a good taste in your mouth. Well worth a visit!!
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The restaurant s one of the best in town. A bit tricky to find in Medina but worth an effort. Lunch was superb, with great fish orada and nyammy dessert. I enjoyed the ambient of an old house full of tiles, wooden decor... take a...More
Wow what an awesome place! The food was really delicious (and by really I mean REALLY), staff was professionnal and kind we shared laughs and facts about ancient Tunisia..great valuw for the money by the way..Finally taking photos was a must since the place is...More
This restaurant is one of the best in Medina of Tunis. It's been more than 10 years that I eat here occasionally during Ramadan and the meals are always excellent and the service is very professional et friendly. I highly recommend this restaurant inside a...More
We had a great time at this restaurant: Great food, good service and value for money. Few tourists at the time and therefore a very calm dinner. "Everybody" goes to Dar El Geld - this restaurant gives you a more intim experience.
I stumbled upon this restaurant while cruising through the medina. It ended up being a really special experience. The food was quite good with many of the traditional extras. The highlight, however was the incredible service from Salim.
It was an excellent dinner arranged it for our Wedding Anniversary, the service was warm and excellent, the authentic Tunisian decor and architecture was everywhere, good old medina smell, and there was a "Kanun" musician with his folkloric outfit. We had an excellent dinner, Desert...More
Once you get over the strangeness of having to knock on restaurant doors to be let in, this was a very enjoyable experience. The waiter and Maitre De were very friendly and seated us despite not having a reservation. The setting is fantastic - beautiful...More