Hotel Les Ambassadeurs

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

75 Avenue Taieb Mhiri, Tunis, 1002, Tunisia
Hotel Les Ambassadeurs
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Rated 10% higher but also costs 62% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples100
  • Solo33
  • Business31

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Tunisian food

by sarahvp

We are planning a holiday to either Yasmine Hammamet or Port El Katataoui. However I've been reading up about the local food and it looks as though we may have problems with our daughter, who is allergic to milk, nuts, fish (including seafood) and lamb!! Will she have to live on dry bread all week, or is there a local dish that contains none of the above that we can ask for?

Re: Tunisian food

by qaminari

Chicken/beef/vegetable tajine (at least if she isn't allergic to olives). Salad dishes. "Brik" (egg in pastry) (make sure not some other filling, e.g. lamb!) There are plenty of fruits and vegetables, and dishes with chickpeas - unless she is allergic to pulses as well as nuts?

Re: Tunisian food

by sarahvp

No, olives and chickpeas are fine for her - thanks so much, I feel a bit less apprehensive now! :-)

Re: Tunisian food

by ricky52

If you are worried about the contents of the food, paste pictures of the type of food she cannot eat onto a board to show the staff. If you can, label the food in French.

Good luck and enjoy your holiday.

Re: Tunisian food

by Andrew_W_K

If you are staying in a tourist hotel there will be a lot of choice and a very international menu. The hotel I stayed at cooked Italian, Mexican, Tunisian, Chinese etc and plenty of options. I don't think you'll have any problems.
You can always get omlettes and pizzas wherever you go.

Re: Tunisian food

by sarahvp

Thank you all, those are very helpful suggestions. My French is reasonable(ish) so it's good to know that might come in useful.

Now I'm just worried about the accommodation's poor reviews on Travel Advisor...! But will persevere :-)

Travel Tips for Tunis

My MUST for Tunis is the short...

by Cam_el

My MUST for Tunis is the short trip to Sidi Bou Said. The trip itself is an adventure! Simply get on the local train that heads North. Everyone from the chicken to the businessman will travel with you. Bring a friend to hold on to; the train is often so packed you can't find a pole to hang onto.

Get off at Sidi Bou Said and follow the wave of people off to your right. The town of cliffs and white washed walled houses is located on the coast. Take a leisurely stroll down to the waters edge. The walk back up isn't as bad as it seems. The cafes await you at the top to refill your camel reserve anyways.

Sidi Bou Said is normally quite touristy, not always a treat, but the sights are well worth it. I wouldn't recomend making purchases here. You can find better deals in the markets in Tunis. However, if you lack Arabic or French fluency skills for Tunis's bazaar, it can be a shoppers relief. I miss the smell of the streets in the morning when the sounds from the minarets wake you up 'far too early for a Friday.'

As in all Islamic countries,...

by lunaviews

As in all Islamic countries, dress moderately - men and women alike. Cover your skin - the locals are not used to it and it upsets them. You are a guest in their country so follow their lead and show respect. Also, say 'shokran' - thank you - a lot. It works wonders.

Hotel du Lac

by barryg23

Said to have inspired the sand crawler in Star Wars, Hotel du Lac certainly stands out and catches the eye. It's located at the eastern end of the Ville Nouvelle near the Lake. We didn't visit the hotel but we walked past a number of times when exploring the Ville Nouvelle.

Great Value Tunis Resturant

by barryg23 about Noir et Blanc

After visiting a posh restaurant on our first night in Tunis we tried the other end of the scale at Noir & Blanc, a good value place near our hotel on rue de Yougoslavie. The average main course cost about 5 Dinar though I decided to splash out and try the 8D steak. We were brought the usual appetizer of olives, harissa and bread while for starter we both had Salade Tunisienne. The food was very nice and overall it was good value at 20 Dinar for everything.

Visiting Sidi Bou Said.

by Arkeolog

Visiting Sidi Bou Said. It's a little paradise,adorned in the colours of Mediterranean. Cobbled narrow streets and the delightful mixture of white houses with their blue balconies and shutters will take you to a magical world. It's my favorite place in Tunisia. The studded doors of Sidi Bou Said are available in paintings, ceramic stuff and magnets.

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