One of the best-loved cuisines on the planet, Moroccan cooking is revered for creative flavor combinations, aromatic spices and exotic ingredients. From the heady aromas of cinnamon, allspice and ginger emanating from a freshly baked chicken b’stilla, to sardines dusted with cumin and coriander, and the richness of smoky, zesty chicken tagine, every mealtime in Morocco is an opportunity to delve a little deeper into the country’s rich cultural heritage, savoring culinary influences from Andalusian Spain, Arabia and France. The Moroccan food festival at Nadia had a lavish buffet that was prepared by the Moroccan Chef. During the ribbon cutting ceremony, the Moroccan Ambassador was also present. Mr. Rehan Faiz Pirzada, Cluster General Manager briefed the media about the culture and food Morocco. A traditional Moroccan tea stall was displayed in Nadia. Moroccan tea is very famous in the world for its taste and aroma.