Night market in Djemaa el Fna, Marrakech. This is a spectacle to see as well as a great place to eat. With its barbeque cuisine (everything from sheeps eyeballs to chicken kebabs) and cheerful touts it’s the place to be if you want to share your table with a local and experience a different way to eat dinner.
Morocco, Marrakech - Tagine - Jamaa el Fna Square in Marrakech is the epitome of street food. Dozens of food stands serving local dishes in one of the biggest open air restaurants in the world, a unique experience that see street artists (including snakes-charmers) performing, can be found in this gigantic square that especially at night is bustling with people and music. Couscous, roasted potatoes, lentils, crispy calamari but also sheep’s heads and snails can be sampled here.
♥Marrakesh Morocco Cuisine♥ Drug references aside, this Moroccan city will get you totally high on foods as unlikely as snails and sheep heads, along with more familiar fare like kebabs, seriously sweet mint tea, and almost infinite permutations of couscous. It's cheap, too -- a meal at the souk (market) can cost as little as $6 for two.