Here’s all the Moroccan food I Ate in Morocco. Ok, well, some of the food, actually. I didn’t literally took a pic of all the dishes I gobbled down but only the few which I mostly like.
Let me start with the food prepared by the mother of my Moroccan friend who hosted me in Rabat. She really took time and effort to cook these dishes for me. I shared all these dishes with the family during iftar.
All the Moroccan Food I Ate in Morocco
First, came a huge bowl of salad, legumes and boiled eggs.
Followed by the sumptuous main dish of chicken tagine and coscos, a traditional Moroccan food.
And this sweets as desert.
And also this but I’m not sure what this is. But, still, yum yum though.
At Ouzoud Waterfalls, we ate this overpriced (9 euros), disgusting tagine. I think we paid for the place with an amazing terrace right in front of the breathtaking Cascade D’Ouzoud.
In the medina in Fes, I went to Cafe Clock for a buffet dinner. I don’t understand the brouhaha but the food was just ok, really.
There was not enough food for everybody. The food table is on the ground floor and most patrons would have to climb the stairs to the upper floors or terrace for more tables. I didn’t get a lot of food on my first plate – and when I went down to get more food, the was 98% empty. Only the bread survived. I paid and left the restaurant feeling hungry. 🙁 🙁
This is our breakfast at the hostel in Fes.
In Tangier, I was so hungry while going around and I couldn’t find a restaurant nearby. I passed by this bread cart on the street and I bought one. 😀
I also bought few pieces of these because one bread wasn’t enough for a hungry lion. 😀
OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO!
- The Snake Charmers of Marrakesh
- Ait Benhaddou – Morocco’s Most Famous Movie Location
- Moulay Idriss is the Birthplace of Islam in Morocco
- The Sights, Sounds and Tastes of Jemaa el-Fna
- Medina in Fes Looks Eerie in the Morning
- Sunset in Casablanca
- Hassan II Mosque by Night
- The Beauty of the Unfinished Hassan Tower
- The Beautiful Doors of Morocco
- The Splendid Taourirt Kasbah in Ouarzazate
- Review – Hotel Azur Casablanca
- The Roman Ruins of Volubilis
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