North African Culinary Paradise
Tunisia — land of Arab and French influences, perched on the African continent's Mediterranean coast. It bears a long and varied history: birthplace of the Carthaginian Empire, fallen to the Romans, invaded many times by the Arabs, and later a French protectorate. Each culture left its stamp, producing a nation of complex religions, heritage and of course, foods.
Join us on the Tunisian Riviera, with its freshest of fish, aromatic lamb with rosemary, savory couscous stews — redolent with exotic spices, a gift of the Arabs. It's North Africa's culinary paradise.