I cannot recommend more Dar El Jeld, a great restaurant hosted in a wonderful traditional palace in the Medina. We had both fish and meat, tajine and couscous, everything was delicious and tasty. The service is impeccable.
We were there with visiting friends to give them a taste of traditional food. Quite hidden and the first time tough to find, but definitely worth it. Amazing location, very attentive and friendly staff delicious food. Really worth every dinar.
Located in a former Palace within the Médina of the old city in Tunis, this is one of the grandest restaurant around. High ceiling and historical murals greet you as you walk in. The waiters are highly trained and professional, they have an impressive list of local and international dishes (I highly recommend their couscous and grilled fish with Tunisian... 更多
This place was a fantastic venue , full of history and traditional Tunisian architecture / decor. The food is gorgeous , loved it all , tried it all, ate it all!!! Definitely a place to go but be careful in booking as apparently it's booked weeks in advance If in Tunis then check it out
I was brought here by one of my clients for a business dinner. The location and ambience was fantastic, I would say this was a don't miss dinner venue (make sure to book). I had the Brik followed by the couscous and it was all great and washed down with some nice local red wine. We also had the cream... 更多
A great restaurant that is more of an experience than just a lovely meal. Highly recommend the couscous (their three versions: lamb, fish and vegetables) suits all tastes, and tea at the end with a bit of a sweet square is the perfect ending. Well worth a visit.
Whenever I feel like eating Couscous with mutton like the one my mother used to make, I go with my little family to Dar El Jeld restaurant. There, you really taste the true and traditional Tunisian dishes as our grand mothers used to prepare them. The atmosphere is really nice and waiters are offering great service. It is a pity... 更多