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Overview3 hoursMobile & paper tickets accepted
-Faran or the communal oven, a traditional underground wood-fire oven, where local families bring dough on trays to be cooked for a little fee,
-Baghrir pause, or Moroccan pancake version, served both in the morning for breakfast and early evening as locals call it Casse la croute ( snack).
-Sweets & pastries pause: Taste the famous Chabakiya usually served on the month of Ramadan main meal, a chewy yet crunchy, sesame, honey & turmeric fragrant cookie.
-Harira pause: Harira is the most famous soup in Morocco and its a main dish in Ramadan and goes well with Chabakiya, Harira is velvety, chunky soup made of tomatoes, herbs, pulses & meat.
-Morocco grilled lamb Kefta: grounded meat seasoned a la Marocain, incredibly juicy, cooked on charcoal
- Snacks - Food tasting fees.
- Food tasting at different stops.
- Soft drinks.
- Local guide.
- Gratuities when / if applicable.
- Hotel pick up / drop off.
What to expect
Ready for your Fez food experience? Join us into the maze of the old city of Fez, the tour starts at the famous gate Bab Boujloud, and takes you through backstreets, alleyways where Fezy folks do eat, away from the tourists traps, immerse yourself into a cultural experience accompanied by a local guide who is flexible, knowledgeable and happily shares the method of preparation, the significant of each meal..etc
Your tasting tour will include:
-Faran or the communal oven, a traditional underground
Where To Go
Blue Gate, Fes, Morocco
Returns to original departure point
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps