Don't be put off by the 1970's unsophisticated decor as that's no reflection on the food.
Popular with the locals, serves typically Tunisian food with some European style additions and offers plenty for those, like me, who can't do spicy!
You always get a mini starter of dips and bread included in the price. On the menu there's loads to choose from, from salads, traditional "brik" as well as main meals. Portions are generous and if you order a main meal it automatically comes with rice, fries and salad. Just letting you know as it's easy to over-order!
Good value for money but if you prefer something quieter, avoid local holiday times or when the Tunisian school children are off as it gets manic. Also, if you want to finish your meal with a good coffee I'd take a 10 minute walk back to the main road called the Route Touristique and take a coffee in Casa del Gelato or Coin d'alma.
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