From Hanoi to New York or Barcelona, each city has its own unique culinary culture, worthy of visitors to come and experience.
Tokyo (Japan) : Japan prides itself on having more Michelin-starred restaurants than the rest, with Tokyo accounting for the majority. In addition to sushi, Tokyo also has tonkatsu cutlet, unagi grilled eel, okonomiyaki pancakes or tofu dishes. The number of restaurants in Tokyo has increased dramatically, from expensive luxury locations to small shops, with a focus on high quality ingredients.
Hanoi (Vietnam) : Hanoi Old Quarter is considered an ideal place to explore the balance in the spice of Vietnamese cuisine. Visitors should experience locally-made street food such as pho noodles served with sweet and sour broth, pork and fish sauce or pate bread, cucumbers, herbs, fried onions and chili, and finish. Journey with unique egg coffee.
London (UK) : London is recognized as the world’s culinary paradise, highlighted by the abundance of diverse, new sidewalk bars covering the east of the city. Young talents come here to make a name for themselves, the bars are also growing, helping diners sip cocktails before or after meals.
Jaipur (India): Jaipur was one of the few places typical of Rajput cuisine – the warriors ruled most of Rajasthan state until the 1960s. Hunting and exploration were their main activity, so grilled dishes are the highlight, typically Laal maas – hot goat meat curry, served with white rice or bread.
New York : The chefs in New York are always new. There are 8 million people from all over living in New York, so the culinary experiences here are endless. The trend of food is always changing very quickly, but the classic dishes can be mentioned as oysters at the Grand Central Oyster Bar or the world’s best steak at Porterhouse.
Mendoza (Argentina) : In addition to the famous Malbec wine, visitors to Mendoza to enjoy asado – large steaks are perfectly baked. Try Azafran, one of Mendoza’s most popular restaurants thanks to local products. There is also Cava de Cano, a special private dining room, serving buffet with traditional homemade dishes such as Argentinian stew or empanadas.
Bologna (Italy): Bologna is considered as the number one culinary city of Italy. Many specialties are sourced here, most notably bolognese sauces and baloney sausages, or mortadella. Food devotees will find crowded eateries, street markets and a range of great options, from full to light snacks.
Lyon (France) : Lyon is the best place to enjoy French cuisine. The recommended location is a small beer bar with specialties from organ dishes such as beef stomach, or to Les Halles central food market. Also try cream cheese cheese, pink chestnut candy in tarts and croissants
New Orleans (USA) : Locals say the menu here is mainly seafood, processed by seafarers every day. Visitors should go to Dauphine Street for street food and vegan breakfast, to Freret Street to eat lobster, fried oysters and grilled beef, to Frady Street to experience a Southern meal.
Bangkok (Thailand) : Bangkok impresses with the strong aromas of chili, lemongrass, galangal and durian. This culinary paradise has it all, from fried oyster pavement stalls in Chinatown to the chain of trendy restaurant restaurants with steaks, or upscale restaurants.
Barcelona (Spain): The city not only has fresh seafood, family tapas bars, but also an important and influential culinary center. Barcelona also has many restaurants that own Michelin stars, and there are many attractive dishes at affordable restaurants.
Singapore : Nowhere else is it comparable to Singapore in terms of food diversity. In addition to affordable street food serving Malaysian, Chinese and Indian food, there are also Michelin-starred restaurants. Moreover, over the past decade, young chefs have also created a modern cuisine that only appears in Singapore.
Copenhagen (Denmark): The capital of Denmark has the best cafes in Europe, the movement to enjoy progressive wine and the ideal restaurant chain, worthy of experience. One of them is Amass, where guests can have lunch in the quiet garden.
Lima (Peru) : The colorful city of Lima on the Pacific coast is suitable for fishing, most famous for its ceviche, made from raw fish marinated in lemon juice and chili, served with onion and coriander fresh. Surprisingly, the cuisine is influenced by immigrants from China and Japan.
Fez (Morocco) : Fez expresses the unique Moroccan flavor better than Marrakech, featuring ingredients from colorful lamb heads and spices. There are many great places to enjoy, as well as cooking classes – where you can learn how to prepare typical Moroccan dishes like harira soup, Berber pancakes and tagines.
Chengdu (China) : Visitors can dine in any Chinese city, but Chengdu is the center of Sichuan cuisine, with lots of pepper and spicy dishes. Visitors should not miss hotpot with duck tongue, lamb and sliced beef, served with a variety of vegetables. The local tea room is the right place for dessert.
San Sebastian (Spain) : San Sebastian deserves to be the culinary peak of the world. The city is small but has countless Michelin stars and has two restaurants in the top 20 best restaurants in the world. What makes San Sebastian so appealing is the quality of its food. The small pubs sell everything from simple traditional dishes to high-class gourmet dishes, at quite cheap prices.