I’ve visited Tunisia once.  Not sure if I’d ever go back.

Based primarily on the fare at one restaurant, my general impression of Tunisian food is that it sits somewhere between Mediterranean and Bilad al-Sham cuisines: lots of meat and/or seafood, grilled and/or braised, with couscous and/or rice and/or flat breads, seasoned with subtle spices.

    1. Tunis (2019): First Meeting of the Regional Parliamentary Forum for Health and Well-Being in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (WHO mission)

“TUN” is the 3-letter abbreviation for Tunisia within the United Nations system.

These commercial eating establishments in TUN, as featured on GMTD, are arranged geographically below, then listed alphabetically.  Some might no longer be in operation.

Venues in other countries can be accessed via the COUNTRIES index.

* recommended

** highly recommended

! to be avoided


  1. Walima (Sheraton Tunis Hotel) (10.169 Couscous with Grouper) (10.170 Brik) (10.171 Chorba Frik) (10.172 Tajine with Shrimps)

Tunis-Carthage Airport

  1. Business class lounge (10.173 Chicken Kabsa)

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