In Marrakech and in the rest of Morocco, street food is very popular, which you usually find in the bazaar and in commercial areas. Even if the market booths here are not as new and good-looking as the ones in Europe, we assure you that the food is very tasty and, if you choose the booths where the locals eat or queue, it will certainly be very fresh. If you thought snails were a typical French specialty, head to Jemma El Fna Square, where you'll find at least three places selling delicious snail soup. They are not only delicious, but also have beneficial properties for digestion. B’stilla is a dish that comes from the city of Fes, but today it is also very popular in Marrakech. The dish looks somewhat like a thin dough pie, stuffed with pigeon meat, almonds, egg and spices. You can also find variants with chicken or fish instead of pigeon. Harira soup is also very popular on the street, containing chickpeas, lentils, tomatoes, noodles and sometimes meat. If you don't like the wind or don't trust street food, we recommend a visit to Snack Othman on Moulay Rachid Boulevard, where you can eat Beldi breakfast, which consists of fresh bread with honey, olive oil, argan oil, olives and other small snacks. If you arrive later, you can order a Khlii with eggs and tea or fresh juice. Khlii is dried chicken, fried with fat and eggs until tender. For a more hearty lunch you can go to Bejghueni Restaurant, where you can enjoy mutton, lamb or grilled chicken, skewers, kebabs and garnishes such as beans, eggplant, chickpeas and tomatoes.