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CRAZY STREET FOOD IN FES - Camel Kebab BBQ in Morocco (You've NEVER Seen this Before!)

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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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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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MARRAKESH STREET FOOD - Kebab BBQ + Moroccan Fine Dining!! CRAZY Halal Food in Morocco!

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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MOROCCO STREET FOOD - North African Food + Moroccan SEAFOOD in Chefchaouen (BLUE CITY)!!

CHEFCHAOUEN Street Food w/ Moroccan Food Tour!!

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In today’s video, join us in Chefchaouen with our friends from Moroccan Food Tour & Tour Guide Youssef (IG: a city in the north of Morocco known for its beautiful blue colours painted on every street and wall. The entire old city is painted in different tones of blue, which is complemented by bright orange trees and lush green plants. In this episode, we will be showing you the beauty of Chefchaouen and also the amazing food it has to offer. Chaouen is a unique destination in Morocco, and its street food and local dishes should NOT be missed.

We’re first taking you to a cafe for a local “Chaouen” style breakfast. This includes fried eggs, shaved beef sausage, olives, baked breads, honey and jam. In April, oranges are in season which means you can get a huge mug of fresh squeezed orange juice anytime. We also ordered Moroccan mint tea. This cafe had a beautiful view of the “two horns” mountain peaks and the river Fouara.
80 MAD (USD $8.96) for 2

Next, we entered the medina to try local street foods. We started with “caliente” which is a hot chickpea pie. After we stopped at a traditional cookie stall to try ginger & cinnamon cookies, an avocado smoothie with sweets known as Zaa Zaa, and then more Moroccan mint tea.
Prices in order: 1 MAD (USD $0.11) per caliente, 1 MAD (USD $0.11) per cookie, 12.10 MAD (USD $1.36) for Zaa Zaa, Mint Tea: free

We dropped into an Amazigh artisanal home to see how the local carpets and blankets are weaved with real wool. After watching the weaving process by Youssef, we purchased a blanket that had the traditional Amazigh tribal designs incorporated into it.
900 MAD (USD $100)

Next, it was time for a local style lunch. We ordered 2 tagra (similar to tajine, but used for dishes that cook fast like seafood). One with shrimp, and one with anchovies. These tagra were paired with fried anchovies, and Lubia (white beans).
70 MAD (USD $7.84)

We continued exploring the city, stopping by the Kasbah and Outa el Hammam, before visiting a local vendor selling seasonal fruits and vegetables. As the sun started to set over Chefchaouen, we started hiking up the mountain to arrive at Chefchaoen’s Spanish Mosque, which isn’t in use, but it used to be a church. Now, it’s popular among locals and tourists to visit at sunset. This location provides the best view over the entire blue city, while the sun goes over the mountains.

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 Village Food - BERBER PIT ROAST LAMB in Imlil! Eating NORTH AFRICAN Food in Morocco!!

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Welcome to our 2nd episode of our Moroccan food tour! Today we are headed to the High Atlas Mountains to experience traditional village food. We will be having pit-roasted lamb which is cooked in an underground communal oven. After it's cooked, we will take it to a local's home to enjoy a full traditional meal with the pit-roasted lamb.

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 to Casablanca for some incredible Moroccan seafood and Rabat for Moroccan home-cooked food! You are NOT going to want to miss it so make sure to SUBSCRIBE!

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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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MASSIVE STREET FOOD TOUR IN TURKEY - TRYING TESTI KEBAB + BEST TURKISH FOOD IN NEVSEHIR, CAPPADOCIA

MASSIVE STREET FOOD TOUR IN TURKEY - Today I'm going to take you on a massive street food tour in Nevsehir, Cappadocia, to try the famous fiery pottery Testi kebab and some of the best Turkish food in the region.

To start our massive street food tour in Nevsehir, we went for breakfast to have some of the best chicken in the whole of Turkey.

A few steps down the road, we stopped by a local restaurant for a massive Nevsehir Tava. This is one of the most famous foods in the Cappadocia region.

To continue our massive street food tour in Nevsehir, we went to a very local shop to eat the famous Manti, Turkish dumplings.

The following day to continue our massive street food tour, we went to eat the best Doner kebab in Nevsehir.

On our way to our final destination, we got invited inside a local bakery to try a massive Nevsehir pide.

To end our massive street food tour in Nevsehir, we finally made it to a famous local restaurant to try the best fiery pottery Testi kebab in Cappadocia, Turkey.

Locations:

Nevşehir But Tandır Restaurant
Sümer, 11. Ek Blok No:5, 50040 Nevşehir Merkez/Nevşehir

TAVACI TURBONUN YERİ
Sümer, Sümer Sk. No:4, 50040 Nevşehir Merkez/Nevşehir

Ebrunun Mutfagi
Karasoku, Karasoku Sk., 50100 Nevşehir Merkez/Nevşehir

Göreme Döner
Camicedit, Hastane Cd., 50040 Nevşehir Merkez/Nevşehir

Derya Pide
Kapucubaşı, Aksaray Cd. No:9, 50040 Nevşehir Merkez/Nevşehir

“Tavacı Mustafa Restaurant”,”Nevsehir Tava”,”Testi Kebap”,”Lahmacun”,”Pide”,”Çiğleme”,”Fırın Sutlaç”,Yeni Sanayi,Haliçi,”Nevsehir”
Sümer, Yeni Sanayi, 8. Blok, 50040 Nevşehir Merkez/Nevşehir

Hope you enjoyed this massive street food tour in Nevsehir, Cappadocia. Stay tuned for more street food tour videos in Turkey.

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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!
Free Sample

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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DIY Destinations (4K) - Morocco Budget Travel Show | Full Episode

Charles and Sarah is on an epic adventure in Morocco on a tight budget, visiting Marrakesh, Merzouga Sahara Desert, Fes, Chefchaouen, Tangier and Casablanca. Featuring best free and must see attractions: El Badii Palace, Bahia Palace, Jemaa El-Fna, AIt Benhaddou, Fes El Bali, Chouara Tannery, Musee Batha, Borj Nord, Akchour Waterfall, Cape Spartel, Hercules Cave, Hassan II Mosque. We also taking a tour of the making of the argan oil and Berber rugs. Also showcase local cuisine in many of the Barber Market such as such as tagine, pastilla, kebabs brochettes, kefta, snail soup, m'smmen pancake. As well as getting around easily by bus and train and inexpensively.

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Amazing Street Food in Fes Morocco

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Dubai Street Food - ARABIC EGG BREAKFAST + Indian Food! GOLD MARKET and Old Dubai Street Food!

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Welcome back to Dubai! Today we are taking you on a BIG STREET FOOD TOUR in DUBAI, UAE!!! We are showing you some of the most authentic, traditional and delicious food you can get in Dubai, and where to find them!

For breakfast, we had Rgag which is an Iranian pancake that became a popular street food in Dubai. You can order different fillings, and we ordered Chips Omani and Eggs with Cheese. Each rgag is made fresh to order. We also ordered dango, which is a simple dish of boiled chickpeas in a light broth. The broth was the water the chickpeas were boiled in, mixed with spicy chilies and lemon juice. It was filling and tasted good! These street foods are extremely affordable in Dubai.

Next up, we tried an authentic South Indian feast at a local restaurant. We ordered their famous BEEF FRY with paratha, as well as their Kerala meal which included a fish curry, sambar, chutneys, and achar. Every meal is served with a massive portion of rice and curry. Super delicious!

Over near Old Dubai is Dubai Creek and one of the best ways to see and cross the creek is to take a traditional boat ferry called an Abra. It will only cost you 1 AED to cross and it takes you close to the Dubai Gold Souk (from Bur Dubai Abra Station to Deira Old Souk Abra Station). The Gold Souk has every piece of gold imaginable and is one of the BEST places in the world to shop for gold. On the other side of the creek, we stopped at a small stall to drink Karak Chai, which is a strong black tea with milk, ginger, cinnamon and cardamon. We loved it so much, we ordered two and enjoyed the view.

For dinner, we visited an INSTITUTION in Dubai for more Iranian cuisine. This time for Iranian kebabs at Al Ustad. We ordered their “Mix 1” which comes with mutton marinated in yogurt, chicken marinated in yogurt and shish kebabs. We also ordered their rice with saffron and butter on the side. The food was delicious and the restaurant was packed with locals! Don’t forget to eat with your fork and knife!

Visit information:

1 - Walid Mohammad Bakhit Bakery
17 27d St - Jumeirah, Jumeirah 1 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

2 - Aaraamam Restaurant Karama
14 B St - Al Karama Sheikh Hamdan Colony - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

3 - Bur Dubai Abra Station - Deira Old Souk Abra Station
32 3 A St - Al Fahidi - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

4 - Dubai Gold Souk (Deira)
Golden Star Hotel Building - Souk Deira St - Deira - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

5 - Karak Chai at قرمشه جورميه كافيه
Near Al Ghubaiba Marine Transport Station 2

6 - Al Ustad Special Kebab
Near Al Fahidi Metro Station - Al Mussallah Rd - Al Hamriya - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Thank you for watching our DUBAI STREET FOOD series! We have a VERY special and massive food series up next! Make sure you are subscribed so that you never miss an episode!

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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, The Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Turkey, 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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