Laced with herbs and a hit of spice, Tunisian cuisine is a combination of French, Arabic, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours. Seafood is commonly eaten by coastal dwellers and features in fusion recipes like fettuccine with fresh seafood and a green harissa dressing, grilled mullet with lemon and celery salad, and fricassee salad with grilled cedar plank salmon. The spicy paste harissa is a staple side to every Tunisian meal. It's made from chillies, garlic, lemon and a combination of caraway, cumin and coriander seeds. Tunisian sweets are also impressive. Try these doughnuts or "yo-yos", which are soaked in honey, lemon syrup and fragrant orange blossom water, and experience quintessential North African flavours for yourself.