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  • Food | Morocco > Rabat
    Updated at Jun 9,2013

    Breakfast in Morocco usually includes dough, additional dough, and for desert a little bit of dough. Breads, Malawi, Mufleta plus gem, honey, a glass of sweet orange juice and a very sweet tea.

  • Food | Morocco > Rabat
    Updated at Jun 4,2013

    Recommended place:

    • Dar Nagi
    • Medina - face fontaines bab el had
  • Food | Morocco
    Updated at Jun 9,2013

    Personally, I wasn't too excited by the Moroccan food. The food isn't hot as I expected, with little or no spices.

    The main dish served is Tajine - fish or chicken served in a clay pot - and it can be found in every restaurant - whether it's small or fancy - in the cities, or on the sidewalks. Another famous dish is the Couscous, served with vegetables and fish- usually fried.

    In addition, there are many dough based food like Meloui (http://moroccanfood.about.com/od/pancakes/r/Meloui_Recipe.htm), tasty Sfinge and other kinds of sweets, and tea referred to as Moroccan whiskey. The tea is served with a lot of sugar - I usually asked for the sugar on the side.

    In the markets, you can find many kind of dates, olives, the famous argan oil, spices, and delicious oranges!