Djemaa-el-Fna Food Stalls

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Moroccan Street Bites
In the center of Marrakesh, in the medina (old city), a transformation occurs right around sunset each night: juice vendors, henna tattoo artists and snake charmers move out of the central market place known as Djamaa-el-Fna, to make way for over 100 food stalls. This is where you get your inexpensive local's dinner while rubbing elbows with Moroccan folk.

There is the food that you would expect, such as roasted lamb kebabs made with distinctive Moroccan spices and sauces. For the adventurous, try steaming snail soup, sheep's brain and skewered hearts or sheep’s testicles. Whatever you choose, you're sure to have a meaningful 'locals' experience.
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