The most delicious food in the world or maybe the best restaurant you have ever been? Give your suggestions to other travelers... Reply to this
As above, Thai food rocks. We cook a lot of it at home now. We really loved the food in Malaysia. Not the Malay food as such, but the Indian food available - particularly the roti's. Yum. Sooo cheap sooo good. Reply to this
Haggis in Scotland
Empanadas in Argentina
Pad Thai in Thailand
Lamb burgers in New Zealand
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We have found that the foods, flavors and spices of Morocco are marvelous.
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Your favorite nutritious foods are not included in our list, read The Criteria Used to Select the World's Healthiest Foods.Breakfast foods vary widely from place to place, but often include a traditional breakfast a standard option on the menus of many upscale hotels worldwide.International food is usually served in the larger hotels. Smaller Ghana restaurants serve a whole range of local traditional dishes.
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Steak and alfajores. anywhere, anytime. I also am dangerously drawn to street food. I can't help it. Chestnuts in Turkey, kabobs in Morocco, gelato in Italy, Mmm. Often the best food is linked to specific memories.
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We had a lamb tangine cooked by two locals in our ryad.It was the same as home cooked. It was in an apricot puree and our taste buds are still dancing.
A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Reply to this
Agh! I LOVE tangine. Brings back such good memories! Hmm..you just gave me an idea for family dinner with the room mates! Thanks! :) Reply to this
Chicken Piri Piri in the Algarve,
Tapas in Barcelona,
Pappardelle in San Remo,
Pizza in Napoli,
Laksa in Singapore/Malaysia,
Ramen everywhere in Japan,
Thousand hole pancakes in Morocco,
Dim Sum in HK,
Shabu Shabu in Nihonbashi,
Stone crabs in Chicago,
Ikura Don in Hokkaido Reply to this
I have found that in virtually each place I have traveled, I have found some food that I will always remember. Here is a short list.
Poland: The borscht and peirogi were amazing
Morocco: The Moroccan soup made me sneak some more.
Spain: Papas braavas and the Spanish chorizo still make me smile.
Italy: Really, what isn't to love about authentic Italian food? Antipasto, gelato.......
Croatia: The Dalmation (from the region that is) procsiutto was incredible
I promised a short list, so had better stop before I pull out the pictures of favorite meals and start posting them.
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There is nothing better than chicken and rice in Singapore. Head to the Maxwell Hawker Center and look for the longest line. It is always well worth the wait. Reply to this
every place have their own famous variety of food such as in Singapore chicken rice are very much famous Reply to this
I like Indian food.specially i like south Indian food. Reply to this
I agree on thai food...no matter how dodgy the local restaraunt looks there is bound to be at least 10 ridiculously tastey and mostly healthy foods on that menu :) Reply to this
Reading this thread this morning reminded me of the most amazing guacamole that we had in Acapulco a few years ago and we've had some wonderful roti in Barbados. Barbados is also famous for their flying fish and it is a true taste treat. Reply to this
Me and Mikaelas favorite food at home has to be Italian, we love it and eat at some of the restaurants in Townsville very often!! We also love cooking Thai food, it is so fresh and crisp.
Our time in Georgia has opened us up to many foods though that is for sure! Swadie (BBQed meat on sticks) and Kinkali are probably our two favourites, everyone should either get to Georgia or try to cook it themselves for a bit of fun! Reply to this