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MOROCCAN STREET FOOD! First Day in Morocco 2021 - ULTIMATE Street Food Tour in Rabat!!

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MOROCCAN STREET FOOD! First Day in Morocco 2021 - ULTIMATE Street Food Tour in Rabat!!

Welcome to Morocco ???????? (السلام عليكم، مرحبا.) This is episode 1 of our MOROCCAN Street Food tour!

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We are so excited to be back here eating MOROCCAN STREET FOOD with our friends from Moroccan Food Tour. We are starting this amazing series in the capital of Morocco - Rabat, and hitting the streets instantly to eat tons of MOROCCAN STREET FOOD!

Join us in Rabat’s ancient Medina for traditional Rabat street foods. In this video we are trying:

Rziza - which roughly translates to turban, and is made of wheat “noodles” wrapped up like a turban with honey drizzled on top
15 MAD (USD $1.67)

Freshly Squeezed Juice - Seasonal fruit grows in abundance in Morocco, and you can find juice stalls everywhere. We tried mixed, lemon and orange juice.
8 MAD (USD $0.89)

Mille Feuille - In Rabat, there is a strong influence of French cuisine, and the desserts reflect that. We tried a delicious Moroccan version of mille feuile with our juice.
6 MAD (USD $0.67)

Moroccan Lunch - We visited a local lunch shop inside the Medina to try a traditional lunch. We tried fried sardines (fresh from the nearby river), makouba (fried potato balls), fried egg plant & pepper, as well as harissa (spicy sauce). All these ingredients are combined into a delicious sandwich.
30 MAD (USD $3.35)

Chicken Liver - You’ll find street food stalls throughout the Medina serving fried chicken liver. We sampled a small piece because we still had a lot of eating to do!
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Steamed Cow/Lamb Head - Another street food we found within the Medina was a cow/lamb head sandwich. The meat was steamed and spiced with cumin and chili. It was scooped into fresh bread to create a sandwich. It was surprisingly delicious.
10 MAD (USD $1.12)

Moroccan Spices - We stopped into a local spice shop to learn about what spices are commonly used in Moroccan cuisine. Ras el hanout is among the most notable spice blend used in Moroccan cuisine.

Pickle Cocktail - One of the most amazing shops we visited in the Medina was a pickle lover’s paradise. Olives, preserved lemons, pickled vegetables and so much more! We tried a mix of pickled beets, potato, and eggplant in a beet juice. It was amazing.
5 MAD (USD $0.56)

Moroccan Feast - Finally, we visited Dar el Medina: ( which serves amazing traditional Moroccan dishes. They prepared us a massive spread of couscous, beef tagine, chicken and olive tagine, rfissa, fish pastilla and of course Moroccan side dishes and salads. The food was absolutely incredible, and Dar el Medina provided us with a warm welcome. Thank you!

This series is going to INCREDIBLE! We are taking you ALL ACROSS MOROCCO: Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fes, the Moroccan Sahara Desert, Dades Valley, Marrakesh and much more! Make sure to subscribe and turn on post notifications so that you never miss an episode. Like, comment and share with your friends! Thanks so much for watching!
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Morocco Street Food - MARRAKESH'S BEST STREET FOOD GUIDE! CRAZY Halal Food tour in Morocco!!

Marrakesh + Jamaa El F’na Halal Street Food Guide 2019!!

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In our first episode we are in MARRAKECH! We are here to eat as much HALAL STREET FOOD as possible! We are spending the day exploring the ancient medina and eating a ton of food along the way. We start the day eating Bessara (Moroccan fava bean soup), and then visit the community bakery. We visit the first pastry shop in Marrakech to try some traditional sweets, and wash it down with freshly squeezed pomegranate juice. The medina features some cool shops that sell pickles and famous Moroccan mint. We have lunch in a busy corner of the market and try cactus fruit for the first time. We take a break from eating and visit the Secret Garden and then watch the sunset over the city. In the evening, we hit the night market for more food: Jemaa el-Fna. We eat the classic Moroccan street foods - like braised escargots!

What a HUGE day of eating traditional dishes and STREET FOOD in Marrakesh! MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO - we are going into the mountains to experience Moroccan Indigenous food! Subscribe so that you NEVER miss a Chopstick Travel episode!

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Hi we’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, China, The Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!

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Essaouira Morocco Food Tour - Delicious Moroccan Street Food Seafood & Breakfast in Essaouria 2022

Eating delicious Moroccan Food in Essaouira Morocco! We dive into our morocco trip by exploring some amazing Moroccan cuisine in Essaouira. Being right on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, Essaouira is famous for fresh seafood as well as some simple Moroccan classic dishes. Let's eat!

00:00 - Introduction
00:44 - Petit dejeuner Marocain - Traditional Moroccan Breakfast - Msemen, omelette, coffee
01:54 - Snack Mimouna - Street food Moroccan Mixed Tacos and yummy avocado sauce
03:26 - Restaurant La Tolerance - Delicious seafood pastilla and grilled monkfish and moroccan pastries -
07:24 - Chez Zak - Lamb chops, moroccan lobster langoustine and amazing homemade moroccan yogurt with honey, dates, figs and nuts -
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25 Moroccan STREET FOODS Across Morocco!! FES Kebabs, MARRAKESH Tagine + SAHARA Couscous

Welcome to MOROCCO! Ancient medinas, vast and ever-changing landscapes, the Sahara desert!!! Morocco has so much to offer in terms of sightseeing, but it is also home to amazing MOROCCAN FOOD! We have been fortunate enough to travel deep into cities and villages across Morocco like: Marrakesh, Fes, Casablanca, Rabat, Imlil, Chefchaouen, Azrou, Merzouga, Dades Valley and MORE!! There is an endless supply of Moroccan street food, traditional cuisine and village foods to experience along the way. Because of that, here is a MASSIVE compilation of the 25 best Moroccan Foods to try when you’re in Morocco!

Morocco is a world-renown food destination, and should be on any foodie’s travel bucket list! Please let us know in the comments if you agree or if you thought we missed something! Thanks so much for tuning in and if you enjoyed this video, make sure to LIKE and subscribe so that you never miss an episode on our channel.

Video Chapters:
0:00-0:25 Introduction
0:26-1:23 Zaa Zaa
1:24-3:49 Medfouna
3:50-5:07 Herbal Tea
5:08-6:28 Pickle Cocktail
6:29-7:54 Babbouche
7:55-9:25 Camel Milk
9:26-11:14 Bissara
11:15-12:07 Chebakia
12:08-14:38 Couscous
14:39-16:37 Grilled Trout
16:38-17:50 Head Sandwich
17:51-19:43 Grilled Skewers
19:44-21:02 Halwa
21:03-21:51 Kalinté
21:52-22:32 Oysters
22:33-24:31 Fried Sardines
24:32-26:54 Stuffed Spleen
26:55-27:56 Chicken Tagine
27:57-29:11 Khlea
29:12-31:38 Steamed Camel
31:39-34:27 Moroccan Seafood
34:28-35:22 Pomegranate Juice
35:23-37:15 Camel Kebabs
37:16-39:12 Pastilla
39:13-41:24 Tangia
41:25-41:42 Outro
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We Tried Moroccan Street Food in Marrakech

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What a HUGE day of eating traditional dishes and STREET FOOD in Marrakesh! MASSIVE thanks to Mohamed from Moroccan Food Tour for making this happen. Moroccan Food Tour has delicious food tours and cooking classes across Morocco (Marrakech, Rabat, Casablanca, Fes and MORE). Go check them out : If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a comment and let us know what you thought looked the most DELICIOUS! Stay tuned for our next episode in MOROCCO

What we eat in a day while travelling through Morocco as vegans ???? Today we are spending the day exploring the ancient medina and eating a ton of food along the way. We start the day eating Bessara (Moroccan fava bean soup) with Moroccan mint tea. Then we head into the spice market, buy some dried fruits and stop for a fresh juice at Jemaa el-Fna where Eamon decides to try life as a local for a few hours. Just as we felt the lunchtime hunger setting in we found ourselves in a very local area of the Marrakech called Tala where we try lentils and fava beans with... BREAD ???? ! One of our favourite stops was a visit to the community bakery and from there we tried a freshly squeezed pomegranate juice. At lunch, we tried vegetable tagine, couscous, a bunch of salads and flatbread with chocolate and honey for dessert. Before dinner, we stopped for Moroccan desserts. In the evening, we hit the night market Jemaa el-Fna to see if we can find the most special man from our time in Morocco in 2020. Eamon, Lee and I met Happy and his team and I was so happy to reconnect ????

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HUGE MOROCCAN STREET FOOD TOUR in FES MEDINA - Eating Moroccan Street Food 2022 Fez Morocco

We took a Moroccan Street food tour in the Fes medina to see if we could find the authentic food of Fez Morocco in 2022. We were tired of the same Tagines and couscous served in all of the tourist restaurants. And Fatima from Moroccan Food Tours surprised us with her knowledge of Fes, it's history and the best little 'hole in the wall' street food stalls to enjoy the best food in Morocco. Wondering where to eat in Fez Morocco? Here are the best spots according to a local.

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BEST Moroccan Street Food in Marrakech 2021

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We are taking you on an amazing street food tour through Marrakech, Morocco. This city is full of delicious halal food and is home to one of the most interesting Medinas and the Jemaa el-Fnaa square.

We are starting with brunch at Azalai Urban Souk. This restaurant serves traditional Moroccan fare with a modern twist. Their menu is always different, ingredients are local and organic, and the dishes are colorful and creative. We had the full breakfast spread: classic Moroccan breads, orange juice, mint tea, egg & khlea tagine, smoked chicken quiche and eggs with smoked salmon. Everything was delectable and we highly recommend this place!

Next we are taking you through the Marrakech Medina, which is an extremely ancient city. Hidden street food stalls dot the twisting alleyways. We try a few snacks along the way to our lunch spot. We are having smoky meat kebabs - mixed beef & lamb, and liver & fat, loubia (white beans), salad and bread. We also ordered a Marrakech specialty Smen - an aged butter. This shop is the definition of street food stall and does not even have a name, yet is extremely popular with locals all day long.

For dinner, we are taking you to Abraj Bladi, outside of Marrakech’s Medina. This resort is absolutely beautiful, with traditional riad decor, and fantastic food. The chef prepared us a HUGE tagine and tanjia. We were also served a spread of traditional side dishes. It was the perfect end to our amazing trip across Morocco!!! Thank you to the Abraj Bladi family for hosting us. If you’re looking to stay in Marrakech, check out their resort in Marrakech:

Thank you for joining us on this incredible journey! We hope you had just as much fun as we did ALL ACROSS MOROCCO: Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fes, the Atlas Mountains, the Moroccan Sahara Desert, Dades Valley, Marrakech and everything in between! Make sure to subscribe and turn on post notifications so that you never miss our upcoming episodes. Like, comment and share with your friends!
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Our first impressions of Morocco in the capital city of Rabat, trying the famous Morrocan food a beef Tagine, and exploring the Medina

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CRAZY Morocco Street Food Tour! Exploring Marrakech! 2021

In our first 24 hours in Morocco we decided what better way to get to know the city than a delicious food tour! We had a private tour through the winding streets and secret local only spots here in Marrakech's Medina! Wow, was it a great time with delicious food!

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CRAZY $10 Moroccan Street Food Tour in Marrakesh Morocco!

Welcome to Marrakesh Morocco! In this Marrakech Morocco Vlog, I take you with me as I discover the city of Marrakesh and take you on the BEST Moroccan street food tour! But, the twist is that I am challenging myself to try all the best Moroccan food in Marrakesh for under $10, or 90 Moroccan Dirham. I hope you enjoy my Marrakesh Morocco Vlog and learn about the delicious street food of Morocco and the best food to try in Marrakech!

To start off my Marrakech Morocco Travel Vlog, I walk into the Marrakesh Medina in search of a traditional Moroccan breakfast. My first stop on my Marrakech Street Food Tour was to a small stand to get some Bessara, which is a traditional Moroccan fava bean soup. After pouring in the soup, the vendor added a heavy dose of oil and the Bessara is served with a pita bread and, of course, a traditional Moroccan sweet mint tea. After eating as much as I could of the Bessara (it was delicious, just so heavy), I continued walking around the Marrakech Medina. The next stop on my Marrakech Morocco Vlog and my Morocco Street Food Tour was to a try a crepe! The Moroccan Crepe was delicious, though quite a bit thicker than the French crepe. If you visit Marrakesh Morocco, or anywhere in Morocco for that matter, you will find tons of pomegranate juice stands, and after 2 street food stops, I knew it was time to quench my thirst with a local Moroccan pomegranate juice. So, the next stop on my Marrakesh Morocco Vlog, and my $10 challenge in Marrakech, was to get some freshly squeezed pomegranate juice and, oh boy, was it good!

After my pomegranate juice I continued to roam the Medina until I was ready to continue my Morocco Street Food Tour in Marrakesh Morocco for lunch! The next stop on my Marrakech Street Food tour was to try some traditional Moroccan tagine/tajine. Tagine is perhaps the most popular dish in Morocco and is a must try! Tagine/Tajine is the way the dish is cooked and the pot that is used to cook the ingredients, so there are many types of Moroccan Tagine. No Morocco Street Food Tour is complete without a tagine! After eating a delicious Moroccan Tajine, the next stop on my Marrakesh Morocco Vlog was just a few steps away to a local juice spot where you can get a mix of fresh fruit and vegetable juices for a great price!

The next stop on my Morocco Street Food Tour and one of the most popular Moroccan foods was to a local stand in the Marrakech Medina that sells Kefta. Kefta is a traditional Moroccan dish of minced meat. Next on my Marrakech Morocco Vlog and the next top on my Morocco street food tour was to try some Moroccan doughnuts, also known as Sfenj! These Moroccan donuts were absolutely delicious, I even got 2! The dough is fried fresh and then doused in honey for a sweet flavor. The Moroccan doughnuts were also great for my $10 challenge in Marrakesh!

After sunset, it was time to explore the main square in Marrakesh Morocco, Djemaa el Fna, which at night turns into a huge market where you can try all types of Moroccan food! No Marrakech Morocco Travel Guide and Marrakech Street Food Tour is complete without visiting Djemaa el Fna! The first stop at night on my Marrakesh Morocco Vlog was to a vendor in the Djemaa al Fna square to get some Moroccan snail soup, also called Ghoulal or Babbouche. It was my first time ever eating snails! After eating a few snails, the next stop on my Moroccan Street Food Tour in Marrakesh Morocco was to try some local Moroccan soup called Harira Soup. Harira soup is a tomato based soup with chickpeas, and was super tasty! After the Harira soup, I continued on indulging in Moroccan food with a pita sandwich and capping the night off with some spiced tea and sweets!

Exploring Marrakesh Morocco through a street food tour is potentially the best way to get to know this wild city! I hope you enjoyed my Marrakech Morocco Vlog and my Morocco Street Food Tour!

0:00 Intro
0:43 Local Moroccan Breakfast (Bessara)
2:49 French Crepe in Morocco
4:21 Fresh Pomegranate Juice!
5:02 The BEST Tagine
7:08 ONLY Locals Juice Stand
9:22 Moroccan Donuts (Must Try!)
10:42 Djemaa el Fna Square at Night (CRAZY!)
11:18 Snail Soup For The First Time
12:35 Famous Moroccan Soup (Harira)
13:59 Spiced Tea and Sweets
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CRAZY STREET FOOD IN FES - Camel Kebab BBQ in Morocco (You've NEVER Seen this Before!)

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We’re in Fès, Morocco’s arts and cultural capital! We’re taking you for a day of eating in the Fes Medina, and then a home-cooking family meal that you’ve never SEEN BEFORE! Make sure to watch until the end for delicious Fes food that will blow your mind!!!

We started our Moroccan Food Tour inside the Fès Medina. It is the largest Medina in the world and is home to over 9000 twisting & narrow alleyways, and is teaming with amazing street food. Here’s the street food we ate:

- Moroccan Yogurt: Eat it with a spoon, or just drink it! This is the perfect way to start a day of eating street food. Made from fresh cow milk, it is light and slightly sweet.

- Chebakia + Various Pastries: Moroccan pastry shaped as a rose, deep fried and covered in honey, rosewater and sesame seeds. These are particularly popular around Ramadan, which is happening now.

- Moroccan Nougat: Spongy, sweet and crunchy from nuts. Moroccan nougat can be found in many varieties of different flavours, colours and nuts.

- Camel Kebabs: We first visited the medina’s camel butcher. He minced the camel meat, seasoned it with spices and herbs and then we took it to Mr. Ayachi, the camel BBQ master. There, Mr. Ayachi created the camel meat into kefta, and grilled them over a super smoky fire. They were absolutely delicious!

- Cactus Fruit (Prickly Pear): Did you know you could eat cactus? This fruit has a deep pink color and has a similar flavour to dragonfruit. The fruit will dye your tongue pink!

After spending the day in the Fes Medina, we went to Riad Jardin Chrifa (where we were staying) to experience a family home-cooked meal. Moroccan Food Tour promised us a very special dish! When we arrived, the chef from Jardin Chrifa started preparing a traditional Fes dish: Tihane (stuffed spleen). The spleen is first cleaned out then is stuffed with minced beef, liver, eggs and Moroccan spices & herbs. Once it is overflowing with stuffing, the spleen is then sewed shut. It is roasted in the oven and served as one GIANT MOROCCAN SAUSAGE!

The Tihane was served alongside a HUGE spread of traditional Fassi dishes. It was an amazing experience to eat with everyone like a family. After dinner, we were also served Fassi style desserts.

We would like to say a big thank you to Riad Jardin Chrifa for the incredible hospitality and delicious Moroccan food. We highly recommend checking them out for a traditional Fes experience:


If you want to experience Morocco like we did, make sure to visit with Moroccan Food Tour. This is our second tour across Morocco with them, and we HIGHLY recommend their tours & service: or follow them @MoroccanFoodTour on Instagram and Facebook.
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MOROCCO POLICE TOOK MY CAMERA! RABAT, MOROCCO | How to travel Morocco

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I got in a little trouble with the police! They approached me after ordering coffee, and took my camera - They said I was taking photos of them! I had to explain over google translate that my camera only films videos, not take photos! I showed them the footage (Nothing is more awkward than showing police your vlog haha)
They radioed for another officer to come; he pulled yp in a van and also wanted to see my camera and ask me questions. After about 20 minutes, they realized I was just a tourist (not an American spy!) and let me go. It was very scary!

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Home-Cooked IFTAR in MOROCCO ???????? First Time Fasting for Ramadan + HUGE Moroccan Food Feast!!

This was our first time experiencing Ramadan as non-muslims and it was INCREDIBLE!!

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Ramadan Mubarak everyone! We were in MOROCCO for the beginning of Ramadan and wanted to share our very first experience with you. Join us for Suhur (the meal before dawn and fast) and Iftar / Ftour (the meal that breaks the fast) and our experience fasting for the first time.

Our Moroccan Ifar was absolutely incredible, and all homemade. We would like to thank Moroccan Food Tour’s chef, Ihajja, for a delicious first Iftar. Our huge Moroccan feast consisted of a varieties of: pastilla, briouate, quiche, chausson and MORE!

We experienced our first Ramadan at the beautiful Riad Zyo ( in Rabat. Thank you so much for the kind hospitality!

Thank you so much for watching! We still have more exciting Moroccan videos coming to you soon! Stay tuned for our MASSIVE food tour from Merzouga and the Moroccan Sahara next week!
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Marrakech Street Food Tour- 9 Stops of Moroccan Food in Marrakesh

If there is one place you should take a food tour in the world it has to be Marrakech, Morocco. Moroccans are known for their hospitality and FOOD. I got to go around the Marrakech Medina with Marrakech Food Tours with a local guide that shows the best street food in Marrakesh and a wide array of Moroccan food. Join on this epic 9 stop food tour adventure through the Medina of Marrakesh and explore different souks. What is a souk? A souk is an arab marketplace where you can find different souks, depending on what you are looking for. #MARRAKECH #MOROCCANFOODTOUR #FOODIETRAVEL #MOROCCANSTREETFOOD #STREETFOOD #Moroccotravelguide
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- Moroccan Green Tea (Chinese Gunpowder tea)
- Moroccan Couscous (with caramelized onion & raisins)
- Sardine Sandwich
- Moroccan pancakes aka Msemen (Moroccan crepe)
- Avocado Smoothie, Date Smoothie
- Sfenj (Moroccan Donuts)

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Morocco vlog - Street Food, Rabat Medina, Oudayas Kasbah مأكولات مغربية ، المدينة المنورة ، الأوداية

Episode #3 part 2 in the Morocco mini series Vlog. After visiting Kenitra to meet the ducks where I saw some surfers hit the waves, I then headed back to Rabat to check out the Medina and hunt down some street food with the guys.

A few off camera drinks later we found ourselves walking the streets of Rabat way past curfew and eventually at a house party in a ryad in the famous Kasbah of the Oudayas.


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Morocco Travel Adventures - Foodie Edition : Marrakech | Street Food Tour | Moroccan Cooking Class

This is episode 2 of our epic journey to Morocco in February 2020!! Watch for our foodie adventures in MARRAKECH!

Street Food Tour: Marrakech Food Tours, Our amazing guide: Soufi
Cooking Class: Lotus Chef Marrakech
Mint tea on the rooftop of our riad: Riad Antara
Fresh Juice: Booth #25 Djemaa el-Fna

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Kenitra Morocco Food Tour 2022 | Kenitra Restaurant Guide - What's Good to Eat in Kenitra Morocco?

Kenitra Morocco Food Tour 2022 - Kenitra Morocco isn't known as a food destination, so when we visited for a week recently we wanted to find out what was good to eat in Kenitra Morocco.

When we asked our Airbnb host where we should eat in Kenitra, he told us to go to Rabat instead. So we didn't have high hopes about our dining experiences here in Kentira. We tried anyways and found some really great food (and one not so great, lol.) Some Moroccan classic dishes, amazing Syrian food, and what might be the best burger we've had?

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TAGINE KING of MOROCCO!! Rainbow Trout BBQ + BEST Moroccan Food Road Trip (Fes to Sahara Desert)

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Welcome back to MOROCCO! Today we are taking you on a Moroccan Food journey from the ancient city of Fes, all the way to the Moroccan Sahara (Merzouga), while eating unique Moroccan dishes along the way. Make sure to watch until the end, this was a one-of-a-kind experience!!!

We started the day at Riad Dar Chrifa ( in the Fes Medina for breakfast. It was, again, a massive Moroccan spread. We had Khlea (dried meat preserved in fat) with eggs, Beghrir (Moroccan pancakes), traditional donuts, Hssoua (barley & milk soup), and lots of homemade breads and muffins. Everything was extremely fresh and delicious! A big thank you to the family of Riad Dar Chrifa for having us for breakfast and kind hospitality. After breakfast, it was time to hit the road!

On our way south, we stopped at a Rainbow Trout fishery. There, visitors can check out the live trout, catch and take away fresh fish. We drove to the restaurant Annour Chez Hassan where they take your trout and cook it Moroccan style. It was seasoned with Moroccan spices and grilled over charcoal. Alongside the trout, we also ate tajine, and Moroccan salads. Such an amazing meal on our road trip to Merzouga!

We hope you enjoy the ever-changing landscapes of Morocco on our road trip. From lush forests, to snow capped mountains, all the way to the dessert, the views were breathtaking! Thanks for joining us for a day of eating across Morocco!!!

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