Eating Out in SousseEdit This
The beautiful Tunisian city of Sousse has plenty of Sousse restaurants for any type of crowd. The city has mixed influences, as well as the cuisine from French and Western regions, with a fusion of Tunisian cooking. Here are two restaurants for mixed crowds, for a mature and hip scene.
Even if this is considered as among the top restaurants Sousse has to offer, you will be surprised at how it has great value for your money. Escargot is a traditional restaurant set in a 1940s themed décor. The restaurant mostly offers great French and Tunisian cuisine. Try great dishes like Lam au romarin, cote a l’os with béarnaise sauce, Chateaubriand and several of the fish dishes as well. Escargot is found at a great location at the Corniche Route, Sousse. The restaurant has beautiful indoor lights during the winter season, and you can dine underneath the trees in the summer. Reserve those tables, especially on weekends where they’re bound to be busiest.
As the name implies, this is meant to be a Latin-themed restaurant, and it succeeds to be one very well. The ambiance is hip enough that it’s frequented by the younger crowds all over Sousse. Don’t get mixed up, though, as Caracas is actually a modern restaurant even with its colonial archways and stone walls. A television also plays Arab music all through the day and night. The food is casual with dishes like pizza, sandwiches and omelets. The restaurant is found right along the city center.