Destination AgadirDestination Agadir

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Moroccans eat a wide variety of hot meals in the afternoon and in the evening. Lamb and chicken are very popular among locals (as Muslims don’t eat pork) and fish dishes are particularly popular on the coast. Fresh fruit can also be bought practically everywhere. The national drink of Morocco is mint tea or nana, which is served ceremonially and drunk with plenty of sugar.

You should try:

  • Tajine: § a stew containing potatoes, vegetables and meat.
  • Couscous: the national dish of Morocco, which consists of steamed wheat grits and small grains of corn, combined with a stew of vegetables, meat (mostly lamb) and spices, with a large amount of cooking juices
  • Pigeon: prepared in various different ways
  • Kaab el ghzal (gazelle horns): puff pastry filled with almond mousse
  • Zucre Coco: coconut cake

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