Founded in the early 10th century as the capital of Fatimid-ruled Tunisia, Mahdia is today a quiet port town and provincial center of about 40,000 people, known for its fishing, silk weaving and olive industries. One of Tunisia's most picturesque cities, Mahdia lies between Sousse and Sfax and has many historic attractions, including the ruins of an ancient Punic city (pre-dating Mahdia), the Fatimid port, the first Fatimid mosque (built in the 10th century), and a 16th-century Ottoman fort.
Things to do in Mahdia
3.5 based on 79 reviews
Neptune est un restaurant gastronomique de specialite fruits de mer et poisson, situe sur la route de la Corniche a Mahdia. Le chef vous propose au gre des saisons une cuisine raffinee et creative a partir des produits de la mer .En ete, la terrasse vous permettra de profiter du son des vagues, tout en degustant des mets raffines comme la Langouste grille ou thermidor facon Neptune, Gratin au fruit de Mer, Creme caramel sans oublier la specialite de la maison : Couscous au Poisson
Great restaurant, food & wine. Very clean, perfect location between the medina & zone Touristique. Watch the waves splash against the shore from the open fronted 2nd floor & relax in the sea breeze. Run by 'Papa' a very friendly, attentive & sweet old guy & his family. Good for women traveling alone.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
We were in Mahdia in December, definitely off-season. The El Nido is said to be the best restaurant in town. We had a couple of beers there, then left and went next door to the Quai. The panel TV was showing football, and the locals were smoking and enjoying their coffees. The food was serviceable, heavy on pan-fried dourade and Tunisian salad, but not up to American, much less European, standards. Service was reasonably attentive. For better value and home cooking, try the Meoz.
3.5 based on 99 reviews
Used to be one of the favorite stop when it comes to eat out.Unfortunately i've been there recently and the quality of the food and service has dropped dramatically. First we had to identify the fish in our own since the waiter was clueless and to top it all was not fresh. anyway; we ordered 2 brik with tuna then a steak and Seafood spaghettis. well we only received 1 brik mine i am still waiting for it as for the main course the steak you had to have a shark's jaw to chew it and my Spaghetti was simply terrible.made of frown seafood and too much sauce. we paid 50 DT which for Mahdia and Tunisia in general way too much.... i left really sad as it used to be the best in town and the restaurant belongs to a friend of mine made it even worse.
4 based on 60 reviews
We ate here as part of our hotel deal. The restaurant is clean, nicely decorated and intimate. The waiters are brilliant and the food although not haute cuisine is very good with large portions. Worth a visit.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Nice evening in this restaurant, good food and friendly servise, thanks...:-)))I can recommend...Next time i visite also this restaurant...
4 based on 175 reviews
A café where you can have breakfast, or a drink pieds dans l'eau (feet in water), also you can have a swim while having you coffee on your table...wonderful view of the Mahdia City, central place (near the big Castle, the phare, etc). Absoluetely to see..
4.5 based on 39 reviews
lovely tranquil spot amidst the hub bub of the medina. you can rest a while under the tree canopy in the square and leisurely enjoy a mint tea and dish of almonds or explore the interior of the former governor's house. a real joy.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Une première visite j'ai beaucoup aimé la lasagne fruit de mer malgré une dose de sel en plus
La pizza était bonne surtout une pâte légère
Vu cette visite j'ai refait la visite en famille ... Cette fois ... Désagréablement surpris ... Lasagne pas bien cuite pas bien garnit
Deux brochette à peine mangeable à l'exception des frites..
Pour ne pas dire plus adoré lors de la première visite ... Mécontent lors de la deuxième et surtout une soirée gâché
4 based on 12 reviews
Kind staff but the food is average needs some extra salt . however, it is delicious compared to others. It is worth a trial ??
5 based on 1 reviews
Lorsque l'on parle de respect de la tradition , le monde de la glace artisanale tourne son regard vers une marque italienne qui renferme en elle-meme toute la force de la qualité et de passion : IGLO GELATI Une garantie d'originalité, de saveurs , de pureté caractérisant une vraie glace artisanale made in Italie . Cette marque glorieuse dans le monde de la glace artisanale , a vu le jour dans les vieilles rues de Verone , capitale des amoureux , ce qui a fait que l'histoire de ce produit soit un moment où la passion pour la glace artisanale soit un amour qui ne cesse jamais de battre. IGLO GELATI , Une passion qui se renouvelle ...
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