Ben Youssef Food Stall Qissaria
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off Souq Shaaria, near Koubba Ba'adiyn · interesting places nearby
Ben Youssef Food Stall Qissaria information
Just around the corner from the Koubba Ba'adiyn is a labyrinth of qissarias lined with stalls serving tagines, steaming snails, and the occasional stewed sheep's head hot off the Buddha gas burner. Tourists at food stalls in the Djemaa el-Fna may think they're being adventurous, but the qissarias are where the real action is. Eat whatever looks fresh and tasty, even if you have to wait for a free stool.