♥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.
7. Try the Local Cuisine - Be sure to try all the local delicacies like tagine, cous-cous, kebabs, snail, sheep’s head, and pigeon pie. Jemaa El Fna turns into a huge food market every night so that’s a great place to get a bit of everything. (21 Amazing Things to Do in Morocco).