Sunday, January 20, 2013

Tunisian Couscous Legume at Restaurant Tozorous in Tozeur Tunisia

Couscous Legume in Restaurant Tozorous Tozeur Tunisia

After a tiring journey from Sousse on the overnight train and a long walk, with rucksacks, around Tozeur in South West Tunisia, Heather and I wanted to try the local cuisine and treated ourselves to a lunch in a local restaurant.

We came across the Restaurant Tozorous by happenstance, wallking off the main road around the town.  What caught our eye was the sign "salle climatisée".  However, there was no electric air conditioning, the lovely cool air in the dining room was the result of the natural insulation of the palm wood walls and roof.

We enjoyed a simple tomato, onion and olive oil starter, followed by couscous legume for Heather and a couscous royal for myself.  The service was excellent, the food was great and the prices were very good value. If you are ever in Tozeur in the south west of tunisia pop in for lunch like we did.

Couscous Legume in Tozeur, Tunisia
By the way, all the praise is richly deserved and we enjoyed eating real traditional couscous in a restaurant patronised by locals.

Heather and I flew to Enfiddah in Tunisia using Thomson Flights from Manchester Airport.  The videos in our blog posts are filmed using a Kodak Zi10 PlayTouch personal video recorder. 

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