From couscous, to tagines, mint tea and olives, loads of olives. Oh! And orange juice of course! Typical Moroccan food is slightly spicy but not necessarily hot. We had a delicious lunch in Le Jardim, a beautiful restaurant, where Brazil meets Morocco; we had a scrumptious diner at Nomad, where simplicity and busyness cohabit in the most casual way. For a killer view, go either to Café des Épices which is a great place for a quick snack with a view over the spice souk and the Atlas mountains or to Zwin Zwin cafe with a much quieter atmosphere.
Favourite souk: the Kchachbia, where you find wooden objects and woven baskets and stools. I loved shopping at Atelier Moro, also in the medina. As for a visit, I would say not to miss the iconic Majorelle Gardens and the beautiful Palais de la Bahia. You can also make a pit stop in the Menara Gardens on your way to the airport, before you leave.