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DESTINATIONS tunisia monastir Dining Soprano


Craving pizza? Then stop by Soprano and get your doze of cheese. The servings are generous, the prices affordable and the staff impeccable. You won't regret coming here for lunch, dinner or a snack in between a full day of sightseeing.


The food in Monastir and Tunisia is largely based on olive oil and spices. The national dish is the famous Berber couscous: durum wheat steamed and soaked in a sauce. It can be made with vegetables, fish, fresh or dried octopus, beef, veal and lamb. You will find plenty of good restaurants in the old town and the marina.