During the day, the Marrakech jemaa el fna is a gathering square to stroll around. As the day becomes dusk, local workers with metal trolleys are seen pushing them across the square. So begins the daily set up of the massive Marrakech outdoor street food Market.
From 5pm each afternoon, the square is transformed with up to 50 food stalls which freshly cook a whole range of local foods and specialities.
With so many food stalls to choose from, it may seem hard to select which one is the best.
Firstly, let’s start off by mentioning that all of the food stalls in the Market are licensed to cook and sell food. Additionally, most of them have been working in the square for many years. Being handed down in the family for generations.
That’s a great opportunity. However, the price and quality can vary greatly from stall to stall.
When you visit the square for eating at Marrakech Jemaa el-fna food stalls, you could just pick one which looks good and hope for the best.
Many people, from locals to Marrakech regulars have opinions on which of the food stalls is best to visit.
Taking note of a lot of opinions and advice, there are some top tips which you should remember when choosing which of the Djemaa el fna food stalls to enjoy eating at.
The most likely cause of stomach upset is caused by not washing your hands before eating.
This small piece of advice will help you to stay well after eating at Marrakech Jemaa el-fna food stalls.