My husband has a knack for picking the best little "Mom and Pop" ethnic restaurants that one would normally not look at twice from the outside. He looked at their menu online, saw that it was supposed to be the oldest authentic Tunisian food in the country, and it ended up exceeding our expectations.
The service was attentive and the waitress unusually kind hearted and sweet. The food itself was prepared very well with the right combination of spices and foods that complimented each other well. The complementary mint tea was excellent.
My husband had the Tunisian chicken soup which was excellent, and we shared the Breek Appetizer which is a phyllo dough with tuna, potatoes, eggs and capers. Also excellent. I had the Mediterranean Salad which was very good, along with the Musli which was so good my husband wants to order it next time. The chicken breast was very tender as were the potatoes. The rice was good, the sauce excellent. A side order of their pita bread went well with it. My husband said the Lablabi stew was very good. We had two of their pastries which were excellent. My husband also had a lamb sausage which was excellent. Our friend had the chicken soup also,which he liked, a sampling of ours, the pastries and a good sandwich. The price was very good for food of this quality. Portions were very reasonable, and we all went away pleasantly full for quite a few hours.
We have had many other ethic foods including Moraccan. Tunisian food has its own unique taste that we love.
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