Eating while walking
At any time and in any place, you can have a Moroccan snack, thanks to these street vendors.
No time to sit down.
It is quite usual to find small stands or kiosks where you can have something to eat during mid-morning or mid-afternoon. For example brochettes (a kind of kebab with a spicy sauce if you wish), or "shwarma," which is a meat that is served in a similar way to a Spanish "pincho moruno" (kebab), seasoned with sesame sauce or yoghurt. You can always find a vendor on the streets too, hauling a cart, ready to offer you toasted maize, sweet or salty almonds and toasted chickpeas, as well as freshly squeezed orange juice, for less than 1€ (10 dirhams). And if you dare to try really new flavours, you can try "escargot" (snail) broth, which is served hot in a small bowl or cup. In these cases it is better to ask for a plastic cup to take away, because the bowls are reused by various customers and sometimes the shopkeeper does not have sufficient means to wash them thoroughly.
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