Although you’re fortunate to be travelling in beautiful Hammamet, it could still be argued that no one does brunch better than the British. Luckily then, Hammamet does British breakfast right – Steakhouse’s specialties are full English breakfasts, which could be considered either luxurious or essential, depending on where in the world you call home. It’s owned by a lovely Scottish family who also do exceptional roast dinners.
Address- Carthagoland entrance, Hammamet
Now if you want to feel more loyal to the area you’re actually in, it’s time to head to Al Kalaa. Within the walls of the famed Medina, its decor is exotic, decked out with red carpet, lit lanterns, and dramatic steps. Although you may associate this with romantic evening dinners, Al Kalaa is actually a great place to have breakfast as well. They serve up a storm in the form of Lebanese and Mediterranean cuisines, with everything from falafel to hot chocolate.
Address – Yasmine Hammamet El Minda, Hammamet 8050
You won’t go hungry at Da Franco – they juggle a range of cuisines, including Mediterranean, Italian, and of course, Tunisian. It may be more expensive than average, but it’s also lesser known in Hammamet, so you won’t be confronted by the chaos that often finds its way into local restaurants, thereby creating a more pleasant eating experience altogether. The food is of high quality and you can’t find a more indulgent cappuccino.
Address – Avenue de Nevers, Hammamet
Last but not least, La Belle Vue gets our honors. They’ve nailed the fine line between traditional Tunisian fare and modern mixtures of other cultures – something that can be notoriously difficult to master. In fact, La Belle Vue is actually quite splendid. Maybe head here if you’re looking for a brunch with a twist, rather than the standard coffees and crepes. It would be ideal for a special occasion.