Top food destinations around the world

Top food destinations around the world

The top food destinations from around the world

For anyone wanting to combine a culinary experience with exotic travels, it’s not so easy combining an amazing destination with an equally superior foodie experience that surpasses one’s expectations.  There are so many countries around the world that excel either at delicious cuisine or purely as a travel destination on its own. But there are only a few really great places in my book, that are both exceptional travel and culinary worthy destinations. Food as a focus for any travel can be its own pleasurable experience, but when you combine it with a city or region within a country that delivers amazing gastronomic pleasures with incredible one of a kind attractions, then visiting would be a worthwhile endeavor.

Following are some of my favorite places that I have traveled and delivers on both the fantastic travel and culinary experience that you may want to put on your travel calendar sometime in your life.

Here are my top food destinations from around the world


Negombo, Sri Lanka - Top food destinations

Top food destinations around the world – Sri Lanka cuisine

Sri Lanka which is an island located on the south-east tip off India is truly an exotic destination worth exploring on its own, but when you combine it with some of the most flavorful and spicy food, you will want to book a plane ticket to explore this amazing country and its cuisine. The food in Sri Lanka is offers a variety of different flavors, spices and food experiences from the different regions around the island.  Towards the coastal areas where seafood is plentiful, you can find a variety of seafood on the menu and street food vendors selling fresh catch of the day.  Around the central and mountain areas of Sri Lanka, you will find the cuisine to be more specialized in with fresh produce, meats or locally made finished ingredients or goods used on tasty curry dishes, stir fried or even vegetarian style casseroles or simple fried foods. Eating is an important part to daily life for a Sri Lankan, so shopping for fresh ingredients at the daily markets or convenient produce markets is always an important part of the day to enjoy a wonderfully prepared meal with fresh and in season produce or finished goods.  Busy Sri Lankans can easily go to the many food markets and pick up freshly made sauces or traditional foods for takeaway service. Just don’t be too surprised when you visit some of these outdoor markets, they are quite loud, gritty and smelly depending on what produce or street food is being prepared right on the streets. Take a look at my top 10 most popular dishes and drinks from Sri Lanka here and you may put this on your bucket list of foodie places to visit soon because the food is that good.

If your curious to see what Sri Lanka looks like, check out my some of my current posts below.

The colorful world of Sri Lanka

The seafood markets of Negombo

Historic sites of Sri Lanka

The colonial city and Unesco site at Galle


Spicy Sri Lanka crab curry 


Spricy Sri Lanka crab curry - Top food destinations







Singapore skyline - Top food destinations around the world

Top food destinations around the world – eating out in Singapore

Singapore has always been a food centric country where eating is really the main event for family and friends to gather and enjoy a great meal together. The city is filled with a plethora of fantastic dining options from delicious hawker stands and food courts that are relatively inexpensive and a wonderful eating experience to incredible Michelin star dining venues. Cuisine here is a mixture of many cultures and nationalities but primarily the three main Asian groups that represent the entire city, this includes: Indian, Malay and Chinese cuisine as the primary cuisine. You can easily find any or all of these ethnic foods in the many food venues, ethnic neighborhoods around the city and even 24 hours a day service. There are also many international brands with well-known chefs that have restaurants located in Singapore, creating their  signature outlet here to capture brand recognition in the culinary capital of Asia. The best way in my opinion to explore this city is to visit the areas that are a foodie destination including Chinatown, Little India and the Arab district around Arab street which features Islamic food of Malay, Indonesian, Indian and Arabian heritage. With so many food courts, ethnic areas and street food available, you will find plenty of food options to sample and enjoy in your visit to Singapore.


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Foods of Thessaloniki, Greece - Top food destinations

Foods of Thessaloniki, Greece

Top food destinations around the world – amazing foods of Thessaloniki, Greece

This cosmopolitan city along the eastern coastline of the Aegean sea and close to the Turkish border is perhaps the most food centric regions in all of Greece. Thessaloniki is considered the culinary capital of Greece with a mixture of influences from Turkey and the Baltic regional areas and the Greek factor into the multinational ingredients and cuisine of the city. You will find many outdoor and specialty markets around the city that sell fresh seafood, local meats and finished products along with other specialty food grown or made in the regional area.  Street food here is considered their fast food with popular foods like Souvlaki, Patitsio (Greek lasagna), Koulouria (bagels), Gyro, Greek Salad, Dolmas and a slew of other popular Mezedes (Greek appetizers). Every block that you walk down in Thessaloniki is filled with small mom and pop eateries that are popular and considered the Greek version of inexpensive fast food. Check out my food tour highlights of Thessaloniki with visits to the markets and popular street food and eateries in this delicious city  of fabulous food.


Sample plate of Greek mezedes


Mezedes plate in Thessaloniki, Greece - Top food destinations




French regional cuisine in Lyon, France


Top food destinations around the world – delicious French food at Lyon, France

Lyon is definitely a must go to destination for delicious regional French cuisine ranging from street and market food, fantastic bistros to amazing fine dining experiences. Lyon has the best of French regional foods by having immediate access to quality grown produce, fantastic finished specialty foods even access to incredible seafood even though the city is in the center of France. It’s easy to find out the best of the eateries to experience in Lyon, but just as nice to walk down any of the streets around the city and happen into a wonderful local café and have an incredible gastronomic experience. If you haven’t heard about this wonderful destination you can check out my first impressions of Lyon here,and maybe you will put this in your food travel bucket list soon. After dinner, Lyon is a wonderful city to walk around in at night-time and check out the beautifully lit monuments and attractions, check out my Lyon at night post here for inspiration.


Street food vendor in Lyon’s old town


Crepes in Lyon's old town - Top food destinations


Paella for sale at an outdoor market in Lyon


Paella at an outdoor market in Lyon, France



Dotonbori in Osaka - Top food destinations around the world

Top food destinations around the world – Japanese cuisine in Osaka, Japan

Japanese culture always rank the eating experience as one of the most important parts of daily living. So it is no surprise about the hyper food centric Japanese treasure good quality above all else and will look fanatically and spend a lot of money for just the right epicurean experience that tickles their taste buds. Everywhere you go in Japan eating is very important to Japanese culture but even more popular in food focused urban cities like Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and Nagoya where international flavors along with quality locally sourced ingredients rank supreme like their famous ‘Master Chef’ series of Japan. For those looking for unusual and an exceptional variety of flavors along with a lot of fun and over the top entertainment venues, you need to visit Osaka which is known in Japan as the culinary center of great food from the street food, mom and pop style eateries to extremely expensive restaurants where all the ingredients are either locally sourced or imported fresh via airplane delivery. Osaka’s busy and crazy nightlife and food zone centers around the Dotonbori district which a main street and some side streets filled with restaurants and barkers that acting crazy and trying to out do each other to lure in customers for an evening meal. If your planning on traveling to Japan, check out this Japan guide for more details and travel inspiration.

For more images and details to the weird and wacky area of Dotonbori, check out my post below.

Exploring Dotonbori in Osaka


Checking out the entertainment district at Dontonbori in Osaka

Dotonbori food district of Osaka - Top food destinations around the world




Delicious food from Osaka’s Dotonbori district


Bento box at Dotonbori - Top food destinations around the world






Markets in Bali, Indonesia - Top food destinations

A local farmers market in Bali, Indonesia

Top food destinations around the world – delicious foods of Bali, Indonesia

Indonesian and foods from Bali are really tasty and varied in tastes which is something I really enjoy exploring. Because of all the mixture of foods from the country infused with Bali’s own variety of local and special dishes originating from the island. Because the island is an international destination, you can find different cuisines from around the world to satisfy and international craving from Italian pizzas, to spicy Szechuan, American barbecue to traditional French cuisine. More common would be a variety of pan Asian flavors offered in a trendy café or fine dining establishments with a sprinkling of popular local dishes for tourists and locals to enjoy. If you haven’t visited Bali before check out some of my posts below for an overview of the island, foods and places of interest.

A visit to a local market in Bali

An excursion to the rice paddies of Bali

A luxury experience in Bali


Satay street food in Bali

 Satay vendor, markets in Bali - Top food destinations





Foods of Northern Thailand - Top food destinations around

Top food destinations around the world – The best Thai food in Northern Thailand

Although you can’t go wrong eating Thai Food anywhere in Thailand, but the regional cuisine from Northern Thailand especially in Chiang Mai is known for its fantastic outdoor markets and amazing regional Thai cuisine. The city also specializes with an abundant variety of Thai cooking schools which offer a complete cooking course along with visits to a local market with the chef. The outdoor markets in Chiang Mai are very popular for the best local produce and specialty made products along with many choices for street foods that you can taste when you are checking out the different markets. The city also has many food court areas filled with street vendors or small mom and pop type restaurants offering local specialties in Soups, barbeques, plate lunches and complete meals. The entire region around Chiang Mai is fun to explore not just for the amazing temples and scenic landscapes but even more so for the regional Northern Thai dishes that come from this area.  Additional areas to explore outside of Chiang Mai include the Hill tribe areas, the Loei region and Chiang Rai further up north. Here are some additional posts of Northern Thailand to explore below.


Hill tribes of Northern Thailand

A visit to the Loei region of Northern Thailand

Visiting a Laotian village in Northern Thailand

Eco tours and adventure travel in Northern Thailand

Morning alms offering in Chiang Khan


 Night market in Chiang Mai


Street foods in Chiang Mai - Top food destinations around the world

Street foods in Chiang Mai


Hot and spicy Thai curry dishes to die for!


 Thai curries from Thailand - food destinations from around the world






Bologna, foodie capital in Italy

Bologna from above – European destinations for your bucket list


Top food destinations around the world – Incredible foods of Emilia Romagna, Italy

The entire region of Emilia-Romagna in the central to eastern region of Italy is well-known as the food basket and agricultural center of Italian food. Starting with its regional capital in Bologna, you can find many growers and producers of specialty goods within each certified region labeled DOP ( A designation for European food products that stands for “Denominazione d’Origine Protetta”) including the Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, balsamic vinegar and olive oils. The city is a medieval charmer filled with amazing architecture, historic sites and delicious markets and food venues. The surrounding towns and countryside of Emilia-Romagna are filled with rolling hills of vineyards, rustic wineries and a food inspired lovers region to explore the many markets, food venues, wineries and DOP producers that are open to the public to visit and tour. Here are a few posts to inspire you to visit the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.

A first impression of Bologna

Outdoor markets and street foods of Bologna

An Agroturismo farm tour and cooking class

A farmers market in Faenza, Italy

A first impression of the food region of Romagna


Specialty food venues in Bologna

Bologna food venues - Top food destinations around the world



Handmade Tortellini and broth to die for!


Tortellini soup in Bologna - food destinations from around the world






Lands End in San Francisco - Fun and unusual activities to do in San Francisco

Top food destinations around the world –  San Francisco foodie capital

One of the most popular places to visit in the United States, San Francisco is also known a foodiA e centric city filled with amazing neighborhoods and other specialty food venues and markets that will make you want to stay longer and explore all the amazing food in the area. If your interested in ethnic cuisine, then you have your chose of neighborhoods like North beach for Italian food, Chinatown and the Richmond district, Japantown, Mission street and Valencia, Little Saigon, The Richmond district for Russian delis and take away shops. Check out my recent post of eating in San Francisco here to give you a better overview of the neighborhoods and other districts worth looking for when you visit the city the just loves to dine every night of the year.

Here’s a few more favorite places to explore in San Francisco

Best places to eat in San Francisco

Eating crabs in San Francisco

Mission district food tour

North Beach food tour

Fun and unusual places to discover in San Francisco


Brunch is a popular activity in San Francisco

The Dorian on Chestnut - Places to eat in San Francisco





Eating London food tour in East London

Top food destinations around the world – culinary delights in London

London is definitely an eating city that is worth doing just for the amazing variety of food to taste around the city. With so many ethnic foods of the world and innovate new restaurants filling in the space locally sourced produce, there is so much of the food scene to love in London. If you’re not familiar with where to eat, why not take a food tour around the city? One of my favorite tours is Eating London which offers a tour in the fun and trendy areas of Shoreditch and Brick Lane. This tour had us sampling the best fish and chips, bread pudding, local cheeses and delicious spicy Indian curries along with so many other tastes for the day, it was so exciting and filling at the same time. If you like exploring and making your own choices of food venues, it seems like any neighborhood you choose will have its local favorite spot. London offers an eclectic mix of food from simple take away street food, ethnic restaurants to the newest Michelin Star dining in this culinary focused capital.

Fresh fish and chips from Poppy’s in London


Poppy's fish and chips with Eating London tour





Split from above - European destinations for your bucket list

Top food destinations around the world – Delicious foods of Dalmatia, Croatia

If you are a sea food lover then visiting the Dalmatian coastline of Croatia is a food lovers delight especially if you enjoy fresh seafood from the Adriatic Sea. The foods from Dalmatia are not just delicious but they are grounded and influenced by many cultures and nations that once ruled this spectacular region of the country. Considered earthier and rougher than its Italian counterpart across the Adriatic, Dalmatian food borrows a lot of Italy because of many of the coastal cities being once ruled by Venetians who have left a strong culinary impression. The exciting foods you’ll discover include pastas, stews, soups and with superb fish, shrimp, octopus and shellfish from the ocean. There are other regional influences in the cuisine to include Slavic, Hungarian, and Turkish food that have also made a stamp into the regional cuisine of the Dalmatian coast.

Here are a posts to inspire you to visit the Dalmatian coast.

Local foods of the Dalmatian coast

The morning fish market in Split, Croatia

Fantastic views of Split

Enjoying a day in Trogir, Croatia


Visiting a local market is a must in Dalmatia


Seafood markets in Dalmatia - Top food destinations around the world





 Barcelona views from Montjuic - Top food destinations around the world

Top food destinations around the world – amazing Barcelona cuisine

Barcelona is definitely a city worth visiting alone for the amazing gastronomic experiences you can enjoy in this foodie capital. With a focus on regional Catalan food, Michelin star dining and specialty tapa made differently in every tapas bar you visit, restauranteurs take great pride in the foods they present and serve to their customers and they have very local followers to each dining venue. Barcelona hosts many Michelin star restaurants that are world-famous but you can also find affordable restaurants featuring creative Catalan cuisine at its best. Even the street food and tapas eateries are very popular and offering tasty bites made with ingredients from the mornings finds at all the local markets. It does all start with the with the amazing food markets like La Boqueria, Sant Antoni market and Fira Artesana which all offer local products from producers and growers in the Catalan region, these are fun markets to explore and many have small cafes and take away food that you can buy or eat on the spot. Whether you opt for fine dining or dropping in a few tapas bars for a bite, you’ll know that the ingredients used are typically purchased from many of these markets that morning and menus planned according to what is in season.

For more inspirational posts on the food scene and visiting Barcelona check out:

A visit to La Boqueria Market in Barcelona

Barcelona highlights and attractions

Montjuic parks and botanical gardens


Visiting La Boqueria on Las Ramblas

La Boqueria in Barcelona - Top food destinations around the world







Copenhagen's culinary scene - Top food destinations around the world

Top food destinations around the world – Scandinavian food capital at Denmark

There has been a lot of buzz about how amazing regional Danish food is and the New Nordic culinary scene is in Denmark and it is on fire. Europe’s new gastronomic capital has been in the works for over a decade when Danish chefs started to embrace sourcing local produce and products from the region. It is a foodie frenzy with Michelin Star restaurants like Noma, Studio, Restaurant Bror and Amass leading the way and highlighting Danish cuisine as a top food destination in Scandinavia. Attractively designed restaurants showing Danish contemporary flare with fabulous food is one of the reasons that these restaurants are booked solid months in advanced. Even if you cannot make a reservation at any of the top Michelin restaurants, there is an amazing assortment of gastro pubs, food markets and unique dining spots that you can still drop into on a whim or just for a short wait. One of the most popular weekend markets happen at Torvehallerne with over 60 stalls selling delicious foods from local fish, pastries and breads, chocolate and specialty foods made for takeaway or eat and the many shared tables outside or within the market.

If your curious to see what Copenhagen is like, check out some of my posts below for some highlights

A first impression of Copenhagen

Top 20 attractions around Copenhagen worth visiting


Enticing cuisine at Noma


Dining at Noma restaurant - Top food destinations around the world

Dining at Noma restaurant – Image courtesy of Brianna Jellerson Simmons of Casual Travelist




Buddhist temple in Hong Kong - Top food destinations around the world



Top food destinations around the world – The Hong Kong food scene

Dining is one of the main attractions of visiting this city which has always been a foodie focused culture even without the hordes of travelers coming to sample some of the cities best food courts, street food and fine dining venues from the region. The Hong Kong food scene is always changing with some new dining spot or foodie venue popping up constantly offering a multicultural smorgasbord of dining representatives from around the world and even local favorite chefs that are becoming culinary stars in their own right. 24 hour dining can easily be had with the plethora of street food markets and small restaurants stay competitive and capture those late night stragglers looking for a fast meal. With over 12,000 restaurants to choose from in the city that never sleeps, you have an endless

Trying the Jook in Hong Kong


Trying the jook in Hong Kong- Top food destinations around the world


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Amazing food destinations from around the world


What do you think, are these inspiring you to visit any of these destinations and explore any of the regions or travel experiences above? If I missed some foodie location that is not on this list and worth mentioning, please share it in the comments section below so I can include those delicious locations to this list. Thanks for visiting today and checking out this post on Top food destinations around the world. If you enjoyed the images and post, could you please share it with any of the social media buttons located around the post.


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33 Responses to Top food destinations around the world

  1. Joshua Johnson May 27, 2016 at 2:26 am #

    Very Nice article, I really liked it I have done bookmark this site.

  2. Suze - Luxury Columnist February 29, 2016 at 3:54 am #

    I’m hoping to get to Thailand and to sample their amazing cuisine later this year. The Thai restaurants in London are certainly fantastic!

  3. Edwina February 18, 2016 at 7:39 pm #

    Thanks for the inspiration! I agree Chiang Mai and Barcelona are great foodie destination (it’s partly why I live in Barcelona). Don’t know the other ones yet but a lot of these are on my to do list! I keep hearing about Lyon being great for food… think it’s time for a trip there this year.

  4. Lisa Chavis February 14, 2016 at 5:20 am #

    Noel, looking at your pictures is like traveling the world from my sofa! Such gorgeous images – now I’m drooling over the deliciousness. The curry crab has already been mentioned, but it looks divine! But then so does Coatia, Australia, and Japan 😉 Thanks for sharing this!

  5. Cathy Sweeney February 11, 2016 at 3:30 pm #

    You hit on a few of my favorite cities for food (among other things), too. Emilia-Romagna is amazing and I’m yearning for a return to experience the culinary delights some more. Most people don’t think of London as a great place for food, but I think it’s great (probably even more wonderful choices since I was there last). What I really love is having traditional dishes like Cottage Pie in a pub.

  6. Karthik LInga February 11, 2016 at 3:14 am #

    Yes, Exactly those food destinations are really amazing one to enjoy and taste such a different style of foods. Its great experience and everyone have in their mind to visit every destinations. Also India is also a great destinations for various and variety foods to take into the list. There are more and more variety of tasty foods are available in India. Just have a visit here and take such a spicy, tasty & sweaty foods around India. I hope you can take a visit ASAP to India for those such experience.

    Thanks for sharing such a great post to know more about food destinations. Also thanks for a chance to take about Indian Foods.

  7. Eileen | The Food Avenue February 11, 2016 at 1:16 am #

    A few of those are definitely on my bucket list! Thanks for sharing the fantastic photos!

  8. Anna @ shenANNAgans February 10, 2016 at 6:38 pm #

    What a marvelous and oh so tasty list, I absolutely agree about Singapore and Japan, the food there was AMAZING. Your list does have me wanting to book a round the world ticket so I can cross a few more of these incredible foodie destinations off the list. First stop…. Croatia!

  9. Sue Reddel February 10, 2016 at 5:18 pm #

    What a fantastic, eclectic and tasty collection. I’m off to have a snack. Nicely done Noel.

  10. Penny February 10, 2016 at 2:24 pm #

    It all sounds so delicious, I almost ate my computer. 🙂 The curry crab is a must-try before my insides get too old to enjoy it. Israel has some of the most amazing food I’ve ever tasted. From street food to five-star delicacies, the cuisine is as diverse as the nations represented in this tiny country. And the people have turned what was once desert into an agricultural miracle. The sweet peppers and grape tomatoes alone can blow you away with their flavors. Okay, I’ve gone on long enough. If you haven’t experienced the food in Israel, I hope you will soon.

  11. Rosemary February 10, 2016 at 1:03 pm #

    What a great list and truly amazing delicious. The one big omission is food from South America. Each country in South America has it’s own gastronomical specialities…and with Lima being the capital of South America for Gastronomy..that should make the world list!! Great pictures though:)

  12. Lauren February 10, 2016 at 9:17 am #

    What an international medley of vibrant and delicious food! If only I could have tried it all too! 🙂

  13. Hitch-Hikers Handbook February 10, 2016 at 1:40 am #

    What a thorough post,Noel! I’m impressed! We have lived both in London and Barcelona and couldn’t agree more. Although I’m not the biggest fish & chips fan, London is clearly more than that with the influences of the ethnic and world cuisine it has! And I miss,Barcelona’s fresh food and markets, tapas bars and an occasional splurge in a more expensive restaurant. Can’t wait to go back there!

    • Noel February 10, 2016 at 8:10 am #

      Yes both are amazing foodie destinations, I agree with you on the diverse food in London – Fish and chips seem to be the most iconic even though you can practically get any cuisine from around the globe there.

  14. Tandy I Lavender and Lime February 9, 2016 at 8:52 pm #

    What a great post! I have Lyon on my list of places to visit and we loved all the food we ate in Emilia-Romagna. Bologna markets are amazing 🙂

  15. The GypsyNesters February 9, 2016 at 7:22 pm #

    Wow, we are woefully behind in our food explorations. Only made it to a couple of these, but I do remember Dotonbori in Osaka very fondly.

  16. Elissa February 9, 2016 at 12:47 pm #

    Wow, there are a lot of amazing places in there! Very inspiring.

  17. Krista February 9, 2016 at 10:31 am #

    So many scrumptious things. 🙂 I’m especially intrigued by Sri Lankan cuisine, which I know nothing about. 🙂

  18. Anne Woodyard (@MusicandMarkets) February 9, 2016 at 2:30 am #

    Oh my – I knew by the title that I shouldn’t read this while I’m waiting for lunch to be ready…but I couldn’t resist! What a fabulous world foodie tour you took us on!

  19. Julie February 9, 2016 at 1:40 am #

    I was just thinking about your list and what I would add myself (I am totally on board with all of Italy, Singapore, Hong Kong, Barcelona). I tend to find that the versions of food I get locally (wherever local may be) is usually AMAZING. I rarely have a hard time falling in love with local cuisine. For example, pho is one of my fave foods of all time. But having it on the side of a busy road in Vietnam brings it to a whole new level. Excited to be trying out Sri Lankan cuisine shortly as well…I’ve heard it’s amazing locally!

  20. Jo at Lifestyle Fifty February 8, 2016 at 8:59 pm #

    Wow, what some wonderful picks. The Sri Lanka crab curry looks divine, but then I started scrolling down and so too do all the others. Fabulous photos as always.

  21. G. Maria February 8, 2016 at 11:36 am #

    As a Peruvian-trained cook, I really enjoyed this mouth-watering post. I think eating the local foods when you travel is essential to connecting with the culture. I agree about the importance of food in the Japanese culture. One of my most favorite experiences recently was in Kyoto, when I stayed at a ryokan and was treated to Kaiseki. By the way, Peru is known for it’s amazing cuisine. Have you tried it?

    Thanks for sharing this great post.

    • Noel February 8, 2016 at 11:45 am #

      Oh yes Kaiseki especially in a ryokan is an amazing food experience. I actually love Peruvian food, but have not yet visited your country so it is on my bucket list and will be included on this top destinations posts hopefully soon. But thank you for mentioning your country’s amazing cuisine.

  22. Rebecca February 8, 2016 at 5:47 am #

    What a smorgasbord of delights! Thanks for sharing. I am pleased to see Greece made an impact on you – naturally I would be, seeing as I’ve made her my home. And amused to see you’ve included fish and chips from London (the UK being my home country).

    Have you been to Portugal and can recommend anything from there? This is my next destination.

    • Noel February 8, 2016 at 8:27 am #

      It’s been over 20 years since I last visited Portugal and I definitely would love to include that country and cuisine into this list if I think it is as spectacular as these other world class foodie regions. Hopeful to visit the country again soon.

  23. alison abbott February 8, 2016 at 3:58 am #

    Wow-some tasty eating you’ve had in spectacular destinations. I know we all have different taste buds, but I’d have to politely disagree and say I think if you do your research and talk to friends and locals, you can find delicious food just about anywhere. I can’t think of a place i’ve been in the last few years where I didn’t really rave about the food, except maybe Myanmar, and that was probably more because I was being cautious and less experimental. When I seek out fresh and seasonal ingredients, I’m pleasantly sated more often then not. Your hot and spicy thai curry is making my mouth water….

    • Noel February 8, 2016 at 11:46 am #

      Yes, I have yet to visit Myanmar and will definitely be adding on to this list when I visit that amazing country with fresh and seasonal produce and products.

  24. Janice Chung February 8, 2016 at 2:05 am #

    A picture (or in your case pictureS) is worth a thousand words. Great insight into the different places and food. So glad you included Croatia as I am thinking about going there this summer!

    • Noel February 8, 2016 at 11:48 am #

      Yes you will definitely love the foods of Croatia especially along the Dalmatian coastal cities and towns Janice

  25. Lyn (aka) The Travelling Lindfields February 7, 2016 at 11:50 pm #

    This makes me realise what an amazing city Sydney is. I can get all these cuisines within half an hour’s drive of home.

    • Noel February 8, 2016 at 11:49 am #

      Yes I’ve heard the cuisine in both Sydney and Melbourne are world class, I’ll have to visit soon so I can add it to this expanding list of top food destinations.

  26. Hung Thai February 7, 2016 at 8:43 pm #

    Wow those are some delicious looking food. I don’t need to comment Japanese cuisine – we all know what that’s like, but that curry crab in Sri Lanka looks incredible. Must try that out when I get there.

    • Noel February 7, 2016 at 8:57 pm #

      Thanks for commenting, there’s a lot of amazing places I’ve visited around the world, but that curry crab was exceptional and I had the whole dish to myself 🙂

I look forward to hearing from you and continuing our discussion with any comment you would like to add

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