Destination MonastirDestination Monastir

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Virtually every Tunisian dish contains three ingredients: olive oil, harissa (a paste of red peppers similar to tomato puree) and sugar. The most characteristic Tunisian food is served in the small, often unsightly eating places that you can find all over. And although strict Muslims may not drink, the Tunisian wines are delicious! You can find fine food in the old-style restored district of Chraga with its many little terraces and typical Tunisian restaurants. If you like fish, then visit the attractive Cap Marina Monastir.


  • Couscous: the national dish made from millet. Each region has its own variety.
  • Brik-à-l’oeuf: a simple but delicious dish of egg in a triangle of leaf pastry, briefly fried
  • Chorba: strongly seasoned soup
  • Koucha: roasted lamb with rosemary
  • Salata batata: a spicy potato salad

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