Variations on the verb 'to savour' are much used in Tangier. The city's gastronomy has always been made up of traditional dishes, with a fusion of world cuisine. Its own strong identity has been created through the use of spices and wonderful, fresh ingredients.
Tangier invites visitors to discover all its flavours and culinary experiences – to explore the different taste of every eating-place in this world city.
Owing to its international past, European cuisine, particularly from France and Spain, is much in evidence, but the rest of the world is also represented, above all, Asian cooking.
Tangier offers a universal gastronomy but speaks in the first person. Meat here is excellent, as is the fish, not to mention the sea food and seasonal fruit and vegetables. Traditional Moroccan cuisine offers a fusion of Berber, Sephardic and Andalusian cooking, as much in the local eating-places as in the city's best restaurants.
The variety is varied and delicious, and everything must be tried – from booths selling fried fish and neighbourhood restaurants, to the highest levels of traditional Moroccan and international cuisine; there is even experimental cookery to taste.
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Don't forget about the wide variety of desserts and patisseries that Moroccan cuisine has to offer.