Destination DjerbaDestination Djerba

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

The three basic ingredients you can find in almost every Tunisian dish are: olive oil, harissa (a red pepper paste that looks like tomato purée) and sugar. The most typical Tunisian food is served in the small, often unsightly restaurants that can be found throughout Djerba. And although strict Muslims are not allowed to drink, there are some delicious Tunisian wines! Restaurants throughout the entire island serve delicious fish and lobster dishes.

You should try:

  • Couscous: the national dish, made from millet. Each region has its own variety.
  • Brik-à-l’oeuf: a simple, yet delicious dish consisting of egg coated in a puff pastry triangle and deep-fried for a short time.
  • Chorba: hearty peppered soup.
  • Koucha: baked lamb with rosemary.
  • Very fresh fish, in a number of different varieties!

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