The Blues, already qualified, end their group stage of the World Cup with a match against Tunisia on Wednesday.
"20 Minutes" offers you a series of original activities to do, if you don't follow or boycott the competition, inspired by our competitors.
In this episode, we went to discover Tunisian cuisine at the Tounsia restaurant, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris.
Admittedly, the Blues play their last group match at the World Cup this Wednesday, against Tunisia (4 p.m.).
But the stakes are almost nil: the France team has already qualified for the round of 16.
So now is the time to imitate those who boycott, and do something else with your day.
For the occasion, we take you to the Tounsia restaurant, in Paris, to discover Tunisian cuisine.
The establishment was founded by Siwar four and a half years ago, to “showcase the cuisine of [his] origins” and of his parents.
A cuisine “spicier than in the rest of the Maghreb”, which highlights in particular seafood products and
At our table, the slata mechouia, a caviar of marinated sunny vegetables served with tuna and homemade bread, precedes the great specialty of the restaurant: the octopus couscous.
A must in the Sfax region and the Kerkennah islands.
It's still more like a lukewarm pizza in front of the TV, right?
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