Reviews on European food in Gammarth, Tunis Governorate, Tunisia. Gammarth (Tunisian Arabic: ڨمرت gāmmart) is a town on the Mediterranean Sea in the Tunis Governorate of Tunisia, located some 15 to 20 kilometres north of Tunis, adjacent to La Marsa. It is an upmarket seaside resort, known for its expensive hotels and shops. Gammarth began as a small fishing village but following independence from France it blossomed into a resort from the 1950s. Tourism now provides the backbone to the local economy. Gammarth has many five-star hotels and restaurants and also contains many lavish white villas and coves in the vicinity. Notable villas include Abou Nawas Gammarth and Les Dunes.
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4 based on 490 reviews
Food and service were perfect. All the tables with a direct see view were booked, but my table was very nice too. Service was perhaps even better than the food.Dear Guest,We thank you for your commentary, we are happy that the services was lived up to your expectations, your comment will be shared with our team.Your satisfaction is the greatest reward for our staff who work day after day to offer you an irreproachable service.Looking forward to welcoming you back to Dar Zarrouk restaurant.Best regards
3 based on 31 reviews
If shopping in the mall, I suggest you to grab a lunch at Monaco Club. Excellent paninis and other light courses. Prices are very reasonable.
4 based on 80 reviews
I had dinner here with my family in May 2014, because I remembered the cosy and welcoming garden that I had seen a few times. Well, the food was really bad unfortunately. The sauce on the paste was probably ketchup. The bruschetta they served was really disappointing, too. I wouldn't recommend this restaurant to anyone.
4 based on 56 reviews
The ambience of this restaurant is very different from most restaurants in Tunis, the menu however is average. Several items of the menu were not available due to season and no alternatives were offered. The staff are not very attentive and make very little effort to provide advice to guests; also, they do not possess any knowledge whatsoever about their wines. Still, the food was good and the ambience made up for the poor service.
4 based on 15 reviews
We really enjoyed the birthday dinner we had on Friday September 21, 2018, at The Creek to celebrate the birthday of my younger brother. The restaurant is really Chic as is the entire hotel (the Four Seasons) and the the atmosphere is really nice and up-end. The staff were incredibly nice, polite and accommodating. We were immediately seated to the tables of our choosing (we were a party of 8). You could choose to be seated at the balcony which has a stunning view or you could choose to stay inside, which we did. Menus and water came shortly after. The menu was "a la carte" but very affordable for a gastronomic kitchen. The food was really tasty and beautifully served, clearly with the finest ingredients (foie gras, wagyu beef, etc.). Towards the end, we gave the staff the signal and they brought the birthday cake. Basically you can choose whether to order a cake from them (in which case I think you need to call them 24h in advance) or bring your own cake with you. We opted for the latter only because our birthday boy is fond of cakes from a certain bakery in downtown Tunis, so we bought one from that bakery, brought with us and "smuggled it in" to the restaurant without the birthday boy's notice. The staff were helpful and discreet in this regard. They were also very kind to add the sparklers on top of the cake we brought, which was very cool. Overall it was a perfect experience from start to finish. Hats off to the Chef and to the team esp our waiter Mr Walid for the delicious food and wonderful and memorable experience. I will certainly come back next time I am in town.
4 based on 310 reviews
This is the most popular (and en vogue) restaurant in Tunis now. It serves a French-Italian-Tunisian cuisine. La Closerie's food is delicious, and it's excellent for people watching (particularly of the Tunisian jet-set).
A unique place, vibrant with the jet setters, and an elite of young (and less young) people. The karaoke night is always packed from 10pm (even on weekdays)
4 based on 243 reviews
New and old style combined together. Our aim is to provide the nicest food possible with variety every week. Our famous blackboards change everyday, so you will never be bored of our menu.
Welcoming staff, great views and a citron sorbet that is simply refreshing. Ignore the ground level restaurants and climb the stairway, past images of past eminent diners, to simply relax. A menu that combines French and Tunisian cuisine for the enjoyment of food. Do take time to look at the photos of previous diners on the wall e.g. Sen. John McCain and Claudia Cardinale.
4 based on 108 reviews
"Les ombrelles" is a very nice place to have business diner. Restaurant is located on the seashore. Tunisian style.During summer time, you can have diner on the terrasse directly over the sea - very nice with amazing night view over the sea.Service is very friendly and very efficient - Fish of the day is the best choice over there.Last time i was there with customers, live jazz music = very relaxing atmosphere
4 based on 81 reviews
Breizh Bistrot is best known for its crepes - both sweet and savoury. We went to the one that had recently opened in Lac 1 and we both had the crÃªpe Normande, one of us adding an egg. The crÃªpe was quite nice except that it had too many caramelised onions so we had to take some of them out. The sweet crÃªpe with apples and caramel and salted butter was divine. Overall it is a nice place. They have a tendency to keep on cleaning the tables, which is good except for the overpowering smell of the product. Will certainly go again.
4 based on 558 reviews
Situe sur la plage de Sidi Abdelaziz a La Marsa, le restaurant Le Golfe vous accueille depuis plus de 50 ans de midi a minuit en service continu.
The place was recommended by a friend.Itâs a fine dining experience, I enjoyed the atmosphere and the location, the lighting was just right - romantic and calm - and the inside very nicely decorated. They have nice seafood dishes - especially the lobster with spaghetti is very yummy! However, they donât speak much English although itâs a touristic place and the Menu itâs only in French. When asking for explanations of the dishes the waiter got very frustrated and couldnât provide us any guidance and seemed very annoyed. Not nice Cocktails not so good, but the wine Yes. WiFi was provided, the younger staff was more accommodating than the older waiters who just seem to be easily annoyed by everything from customers. Customer service overall was ok, but can improve much more for such a fine restaurant.Itâs recommended to book in advance as it was quite full even on a Tuesday evening.Parking was not provided.They have also a boutique inside the restaurant that is very nice, quite pricy though ...
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