Le Minaret is down an alley off the main street of Tozeur. There's a sign to it from the street, you walk up and turn right through a beautiful wooden door. As you walk up the hall you come to an outside seating courtyard, with low tables and cushions/sofas, under a palm tree and lovely soft lighting. Inside across the way is an indoor seating area, with lots of tables of different sizes. It is decorated in a twist on traditional Arabic design.
The owner doesn't speak much English, and we (group of five) don't speak much French, but he was welcoming and we were able to make ourselves understood. The menu is very reasonably priced and there's a good variety. We ate everything from vegetable cous cous to fish to camel steaks, and all of it was delicious, warm and fresh. We weren't hurried, but the service was good. For pudding four of us had the warm Fatima's Fingers made of chocolate, served with a splodge of beautiful ice cream. Very very nice. The bill came to 65 dinars for five of us, including water to drink. Fantastic value.
After two weeks in Tunisia, this was by far the best meal. One of my fellow diners had also been there for lunch the same day we had dinner, that says it all really.