La Torretta will burn a hole in your pocket, but when you’re traveling through such an aesthetically stunning part of the world, it makes sense to splurge on the full dining experience once or twice. There’s no better option than La Torretta. Well-known in the area for its fine food, La Torretta offers authentic Italian pizzas and lasagnas, with a fine glass of champagne to wash it down. You may need to book your evening ahead of time, but that’s a good sign – it’s popular for a reason.
Holidays may be a time to indulge, but if you want to maintain that bikini glow by eating healthily, look no further than Lebanese House. Some food from this country is known for being calorific, but Lebanese House specializes in shish taouk and tabbouleh as well as salads that burst with clean flavor. It’s predominantly vegetarian as well, so you know where to eat if you fall into this dietary category.
Although pricier than Sfax’s average foodie offerings, Restaurant Cercina makes up the difference in quality. Dining on fish and seafood while overlooking the beach make you really feel at home on your Tunisian travels – or, if you live there – realize how lucky you are. Restaurant Cercina’s vibe is one of authenticity and natural produce. Most of the produce has come from local waters.
Despite the cheap prices, Ton Ton’s food is tasty and the servers are friendly. Ton Ton serves a mix of traditional goods and modern delicacies from a range of cultures. So if you’re traveling to exotic Tunisia yet prefer plainer foods from your own neck of the woods, you won’t be disappointed. Like at many Tunisian restaurants, the salads and olives are especially delicious.
A blend of European and Turkish cuisine, Istanbul Restaurant proves Sfax’s unrelenting ability to do justice to flavors not their own. The Turkish food is a particular highlight and can almost make you feel like you’re in Istanbul. However, the beautiful Tunisian surroundings will again remind you that you haven’t left Sfax. The restaurant is close to the city center, an area that provides an authentic tourist experience because of its location on the ruins of ancient cities Taparura and Thaenae.
Focusing on Mediterranean and Tunisian delicacies, Le Petite Navire makes for the full Sfax eating experience. Dubbed best in the city, it’s renowned for being clean and stylish for offering excellent service. It’s situated in an attractive location, facing the corniche.
Dubbed the place to go for ex-pats, this place may not give you the entire Tunisian experience in all its glory but Bagdad has a great local reputation. Despite its international focus, it serves up Tunisian nibbles very well indeed. An atmospheric restaurant, small yet bustling, it’s also well-known for its fish and seafood. Their fish soup whole fish with grilled vegetables are particularly tasty, especially their filet de dorade, or sea bream filet.
Widely praised for its ambiance, Mechmecha’s general atmosphere and service are high quality. It’s popular online and among the town – both between locals and the holiday-making community – thanks to word of mouth. And, it’s easy to see why they’re so loved. They deliver an appetizing mix of pasta and seafood drenched in sauces which will set your tastebuds tingling.
A diverse menu is not the only thing La Sirene has to offer to the many who pass through its doors. It enjoys a positive name throughout Sfax, and its food will leave you being a happy diner. Like many Tunisian restaurants, it’s best at seafood. Fish and chips here are so moreish that you’ll want to eat the whole ocean’s worth.
Exotic African flavors unite inside Le Corail, where the atmosphere is vivid, bursting and lively. Waiters go the extra mile. They’re clad in charming, quirky bow ties and the like. There are many diverse items on the menu, from grilled calamari to sea bass to king prawns, each with delicious flavorings. The couscous and spices are highlights of the menu, altogether making visitors to the area quickly identify Le Corail as one of the best restaurants in the vicinity.