You can find both exotic and familiar foods in Morocco. Traditional fare includes chermoula, tagine, and makouda, as well as couscous and mint tea. There are half a dozen different influences on Moroccan cuisine including Berber, Turkish, and Middle Eastern. That said, if you’re looking for fine dining, a lot of the best places will be a fusion between Moroccan and French cuisines. You can also find cooking workshops that will take you to the marketplace and teach you how to make a delicious and authentic Moroccan meal.