Iberostar Selection Diar el Andalous
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Restaurants at the Iberostar Diar El Andalous hotel

Tunisia. Land of spices, of lamb, of cakes made with honey. Many flavours come to mind when you think of the gastronomy from this part of the world. At this luxury hotel you’ll be able to try all of it, as well as enjoying new culinary experiences from all corners of the world, such as typical Italian dishes. Be sure to make room for a fine feast of Arab and international cuisine, irresistible from the very first bite.

  • Al Hambra Buffet Restaurant

    • Buffet restaurant
    • Breakfast: from 07:00 to 10:00
    • Lunch from 12:30 to 14:00
    • Dinner: from 18:30 to 21:30
    • Dress code: gentlemen must wear long trousers and a shirt with sleeves to dinner.

    Here you’ll find the hotel’s main buffet. Specialising in Tunisian and international recipes, reflecting all the flavours of a land through which so many civilisations have passed, and renowned for dishes such as sliced beef and grilled lamb. As well as surprising you with the mix of colours and aromas found in the dishes, you’ll also be treated to live show cooking demonstrations, where the ingredients whizz around before your eyes before you get to try them out.

  • Italian restaurant

    • Italian restaurant
    • Dinner from 19:00 to 21:00
    • Dress code: gentlemen must wear long trousers and a shirt with sleeves to dinner.

    In Sousse they also speak Italian. Such an essentially Mediterranean place couldn’t possibly go without pizza and pasta from the country’s nearest neighbours, made with a fascinating fusion of local and traditional Italian ingredients. You can enjoy dinner here and treat yourself to delicious antipasti, main dishes and desserts.

  • Tunisian Tent Restaurant

    • Tunisian restaurant
    • Dinner from 19:00 to 21:30
    • Dress code: gentlemen must wear long trousers and a shirt with sleeves to dinner.

    This restaurant is open between May and October for you to enjoy delicious dinners. There you’ll learn the true meaning of Tunisian cuisine. Its menu boasts the best regional dishes, with a great display of colours, spices, desserts and traditional recipes, such as couscous, roast lamb, stuffed bricks, or dried fruit and honey cakes.

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