Best of Travel and Food: Brunch with a view in London... Duck and Waffle (8)

Happy New Year! Been meaning to put up a post to say this for ages but since I couldn’t figure out some ridiculously eloquent way of saying this, I figured I might as well blurt it out.

Cobbled Streets, Alley Ways And Seafood... Fish, Monkfish, Hake, Restaurant Ziaboga, Basque Country, Pasaia, Spain (10)

As you already know (it’s no secret really), I’m a huge fan of FOOD (hence why there’s a whole category on here dedicated to food) and as part of my travel planning for this year, I’ve been putting together a list of delicacies that must be tried out at least once in different countries. Now seeing as the subject matter is food and this is a hugely divisive subject matter, I’m not expect everyone to agree with every single item on this list – For instance, some people like chicken for example and some people don’t – for reasons both parties probably never fully understand and that’s absolutely fine HOWEVER – if there is a national dish from your country that you definitely recommend, please do let me know in the comments below! 🙂 (Thanks in advance!)

  1. United Kingdom: Fish and chips (easy)
  2. Canada: Poutine
  3. France: Creme Brulee (my favourite – I may have eaten this for starters, main and dessert in Paris accompanied by just wine and nothing else… Fine, I did do that but I managed to convince my friends to do the same so they no share in my not-so-secret creme brulee obsession). If I was to have a main meal, then it would have to be Pot-au-feu
  4. Singapore: Chilli Crab
  5. Australia: Meat Pie
  6. United States of America: Philly Cheese steak with apple pie for dessert!
  7. New Zealand: Roast Lamb
  8. Mexico: Mole poblano
  9. Austria: Wiener Schnitzel
  10. Nigeria: Pounded Yam and Ogbono Soup
  11. South Africa: Bobotie
  12. Morocco: Lamb Tagine with Cous Cous
  13. Brazil: Feijoada
  14. Sweden: Swedish Meatballs
  15. Vietnam: Phở
  16. Thailand: Pad Thai
  17. China: Peking duck
  18. South Korea: Bulgogi
  19. Egypt: Ful medames
  20. Ghana: Fufu
  21. Netherlands: Stamppot
  22. Chile: Pastel de choclo
  23. Argentina: Empanada
  24. Bolivia: Picante de Pollo
  25. Kenya: Ugali
  26. Spain: Paella
  27. Portugal: Bacalhau
  28. Greece: Moussaka
  29. Hungary: Goulash
  30. Czech Republic: Vepřo knedlo zelo
  31. Russia: Pelmeni
  32. Germany: Bratwurst
  33. Barbados: Coo-Coo and Flying Fish
  34. India: Tandoori Chicken
  35. Cuba: Arroz Con Pollo
  36. Switzerland: Chocolate (I know chocolate isn’t technically food but this is THE place to gorge on chocolates)
  37. Finland: Karjalanpaisti
  38. Turkey: Kuru fasulye
  39. Phillipines: Adobo
  40. Bangladesh: Chicken Korma
  41. Indonesia: Nasi goreng
  42. Ethiopia: Fit-fit
  43. Iceland: Þorramatur
  44. Myanmar: Mohinga
  45. Madagascar: Romazava
  46. Paraguay: Sopa paraguaya
  47. Jordan: Mansaf
  48. Saudi Arabia: Kabsa
  49. Jamaica: Ackee and Saltfish
  50. Fiji: Fijian Kokoda


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