Restaurants - Moroccan
Moroccan restaurants and cuisine is extremely refined, subject to Berber, Moorish and Arab influences. Moroccan restaurants common meats include beef, mutton and lamb and chicken. Moroccan restaurants prefer the use lemon pickle, cold-pressed, unrefined olive oil and dried fruits. Moroccan restaurants are known for their food being heavily spiced. Moroccan restaurants serve bread with every meal. Often, for a formal meal, a lamb or chicken dish is next, followed by couscous topped with meat and vegetables. A cup of sweet mint tea usually ends the meal. Moroccans often eat with their hands and use bread as a utensil. Moroccan restaurants do not serve pork and alcohol, which are considered Haram. Moroccan restaurants traditional dish is couscous.