This study focuses on the determinants of out-of-home eating (OHE) and its association with nutritional status. A survey was carried out in the region of Rabat-Salé-Kenitra in Morocco, on 400 adults of both sexes, recruited using the two-stage sampling method. The results showed that the majority of the population resides in urban area, with an average age of 39 ± 13.2 years old, and average body mass index (BMI) of 25.5± 4. The data analysis showed that age group, male gender, urban environment, high education level and low socio-economic level, are factors determining taking meals away-from-home. The data analysis revealed also that OHE location namely dairies and fast foods restaurants are associated with BMI.