Food: As we are vegetarian perhaps a fish restaurant wasn't the best of choices, however we were running out of options as it was late. We went in and asked for couscous without meat and the waiter was completely accommodating. It turned out to be delicious with large portions. It also provided bread and olives as usual for Tunisia.
Value: We had the couscous and two beers and it came to 19 dinar. Looking at the menu it was reasonably priced (most items between 8 and 15 dinar) perhaps more expensive than other places. A large beer was 2.50 dinar.
Atmosphere: It is definitely a local hangout for people that want to drink more than coffee. It was loud but friendly and almost everyone was having a conversation with someone on a different table. We weren't bothered by anyone even though there were a few tipsy men in there.
Staff: The waiters were really friendly and spoke some English.
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