Take a fruit cocktail, buy some fruits or herbs. This is taking part of Marrakesh. You cannot miss it and must experience it.
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We ate in the Medina on Monday night. Everyone vying for your custom. Everyone doing something different but ensure you only pay for what you order. We ordered kebab and lamb and got an extra dish of chicken & cous cous brought out which we had not ordered so sent it back. Also the menu quoted a price of 40drh... 更多
A must for anyone travelling to Morocco is to sample the local cuisine at one of the stalls in the square. You select your dish from a menu there are lots of stalls to choose from. Once your dish has been selected you are offered seating whilst it is being prepared. Throughout the experience you can see your food being... 更多
The stalls are not to be missed—that being said, they are also not spectacular. We ate at Stall 65, and the prices were a bit high for quite average food. The menu is not clear, and we ended up with a bill much higher than we were anticipating. The atmosphere is unique, at least.
Same thing happened to us at food stall 31 - they gave us bread and mint tea, and aubergine that we did not order, and tried to charge us far more than all the extra food that gave us. The guy asked me to pull out the calculator and his number was off by 140 dirhams (on top of 120... 更多
This was our 2nd visit to Marrakech, we loved it the first time in 2016. This year (2017), we went to dine at the food stalls as the food is always really good and sat down at stall number 31. And I am sure everyone knows they add a little money to your bill for food but this time, at... 更多
The evening food stalls in the square are one of the iconic Marrakech experiences. Only for the ultra adventerous, they offer every thing you have ever thought of eating and quite a lot that you probably wouldn't. We have eaten at Kritter, I think it's number 14 where they do deep fried fish. Kritter brings his fish fresh from Essouria... 更多
You will be hassled to sit at each table, sometimes rudely, sometimes politely and the chances of wandering around and looking in peace before you decide to eat are just about zero. But its worth it for the experience, once anyway. We went to stall 95 and food was good and I was charged the price I expected.
Classic rip off; staff turned aggressive when we questioned all the food we didn't order. They are aiming to get at least 100-150 dirhams out of you no matter what. Food was average, bread was stale and dry. For this price, skip the 'experience' and eat in a nice restaurant!