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Food and Drink in Monastir
You may think that us Brits love a good cup of tea, but tea is actually Tunisia’s national drink! Mint tea is the main brew that they drink as it keeps the locals feeling refreshed on a warm day. If you’re ever offered a cup of mint tea, make sure to take it as it can be considered rude if you refuse it. Green tea and black tea are also on most menus too, for those who aren’t a fan of mint. If you’re looking for something a little stronger, the national beer is Celtia – a refreshing lager that is perfect on a hot summer’s day.
In the evenings, you can find delightful local restaurants in the centre of Monastir, if you prefer to wind down with a great meal with great company. Livelier evenings can be found in Sousse, where the evenings buzz. Nightclubs and bars are popular across the resort, with everything from tiny venues serving drinks in a friendly atmosphere to big clubs such as Bora Bora and Platinum Metallica.
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