Hammamet has grown from its humble origins as a small fishing town and is now one of Tunisia‘s most popular tourist destinations. If you’re on holiday here, try one of these great local restaurants for a reliably good meal.
Satisfy that sweet tooth with a trip to Canari. The vibrant cafe is just a short walk from the popular Hammamet Beach, making it the perfect end to the day. Enjoy stunning marina views while tucking into ice cream, milkshakes, strong coffee, and crepes.
Le Voilier is slotted within the beautiful Port Yasmine Marina, this restaurant is nicely priced with friendly workers and a wide variety of options. A complimentary plate of olives, fish and hot pastries make their way to every diner’s table, so no one leaves hungry.
This restaurant has nailed the balance between traditional and modern, which can be hard to master. Serving authentic food with a firmly modern vibe, you won’t leave La Belle Vuedisappointed. From steak to coffee, light desserts to pizza, almost everything imaginable is on the menu, but here, the experience isn’t good solely about the food. Waiters go above and beyond to ensure satisfaction is high.
Le Berbere has a beautiful style. Despite being close to the center of Hammamet, it’s more physically isolated than many other restaurants in the area. This sophisticated diner specializes in French and Italian meals.
Condorhas live music, an attractive lounge area, wheelchair access, good quality alcohol, a clean style, and even a takeout option for when you can’t tear yourself away from the nearby beach. Having recently been refurbished, Condor is popular with tourists for a pleasant family evening.
La Berberousse is popular with tourists, but it’s no tourist trap. It’s similarly visited by locals, standing out in the area as a great spot for fine dining, incredible views, and a romantic atmosphere.
If drinking isn’t your scene, Movida Club might well be your restaurant of choice because they serve only non-alcoholic beer. Boasting great quality food, fast service, and even free WiFi, which is relatively rare in Hammamet, Movida Club is forging itself a name within the area.
Restaurant Ettahrir serves traditional Tunisian and Mediterranean cuisine with a real taste of authenticity. The staff are friendly, contributing to a positive dining experience almost as much as the food itself.
If you’re looking for a romantic dinner with your significant other, look no further than The Boat. Specializing in seafood, Mediterranean and of course true Tunisian cuisine. You might want to get there early because The Boat is so good it often gets very busy.