If there was perhaps one food on the planet Earth that was evidence alone of God’s existence, it’s steak. Few cuts of meat are as universally adored by humanity as a steak. The aroma of a prime cut is enough to set mouths watering and hearts pumping. The feel of delicious red meat between your teeth is at once a reminder of primal beginnings, of cavemen roasting meat over an open flame, and a confirmation of how far we’ve come as a society, sitting comfortably in a restaurant while your sirloin is flame-cooked to perfection. Around the world, talented chefs of every discipline have devoted themselves to recipes that pay tribute to steak, the most glorious food ever bestowed upon a humble human. Here are some of the most delicious.
1. Bistrot Paul Bert, Paris, France
As every true fan of good beef is aware, the secret to an unforgettable steak is simplicity. That’s why, in a city that’s world famous for its intricate dishes, this little bistro has a reputation for producing uncomplicated, but explosive steak dishes. Be sure to try the steak frites.
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If you’re looking to awaken your taste buds with rich and healthy comfort food, Portuguese dishes will definitely do the trick. The cuisine from this region is hearty, filling, and made with some of the freshest ingredients from free-range animals and locally grown produce. Here are the top 10 Portuguese dishes every foodie needs to try at least once.
1. Cataplana de Marisco
Originating from the southern region of Algarve, Cataplana de Marisco is a seafood dish made in the traditional copper cookware called a cataplana. Typically served with rice or bread for dipping, this stew is full of an array of prawns, clams, and sausage. Onions, chopped tomatoes, and garlic are also added to the stew to provided some extra hearty flavor.
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When in Greece, do as the Greeks do and chow down! In a culture that’s centered around tasty and hearty foods, it’s only right that you indulge in some of the cuisines and beverages that this Mediterranean country is known for. We’ve created this handy guide full of all of the dishes, wines, dips, and coffees that are worth trying, as well as some of the restaurants that are known for making this savory fare.
This flaky pastry is synonymous with Greece and Greek culture. It’s a dessert that consists of nuts, sugar, butter, and syrup that will ignite your taste buds. Although you can find this treat all over the country, tourists have raved about Karakoy Gulluoglu in Athens. You can purchase one piece at a time or go all in and select their mixed box full of multiple delicious flavors.
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If you’re one of the thousands of tourists who find themselves drawn to Australia’s pristine beaches and crystal clear water, you’re not alone. If you’re visiting the nation that’s also a continent, however, there’s much more to soak up than the beaches. Look around, Australia has surprises waiting around every corner. A trip to Australia affords the adventurous traveler the opportunity to tantalize their palate at every meal. Australian cuisine is a world unto itself whether you’re dining in a high class restaurant or dipping into a local grocery store. The denizens of this colorful island eat some pretty unique stuff, some of which you can go out and try now and others you’ll only find on a trip to Australia.
1. Sausage Sanger
To be fair, “sanger” is just an Australian slang term that means “sandwich.” That may not sound particularly “Australian,” but the sausage sanger holds a special place in the hearts of Australians. The sauce-sacked sausage sandwich is so popular that the Australian government has installed barbecues in several public places so that Aussies can enjoy them whenever they get the urge.
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For creative cuisines and fusion dishes, look no further than Walt Disney World. The Magic Kingdom is home to an array of restaurants with foods inspired by all corners of the globe. So make sure you bring your appetite along with you because we have a list of some of the best restaurants the park has to offer.
1. Be Our Guest Restaurant
Head on over to Fantasyland and stop by the most popular eatery in the park. Be Our Guest Restaurant advertises meals that are fit for “a queen or a beast,” such as pan-seared chicken breast, roasted pork tenderloin, and shrimp and scallops with lobster sauce. You can also turn your breakfast, lunch, or dinner into a moment to remember by purchasing their Fairy Tale service. This experience includes gifts for your loved one, a sparkling tiara, and a light-up crystal slipper. It really doesn’t get any better than that.
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Southeast Asians have a long-standing history in the UK dating back to the 1800s when Sikh and Punjab soldiers served in the British military. Later, in the 19th and 20th centuries, Pakistanis migrated to the UK to work in the British ships sailing out of Karachi and Bombay. Once they settled in their new hometowns, they brought along their rich cuisines – introducing London to festive feasts consisting of everything from rogan josh to tandoori chicken.
The next time you venture out to London, you’ll want to stop by one of these 10 curry restaurants to indulge in authentic Indian cuisine.
Looking for a fine dining, a world-renowned restaurant that serves some of the best seasonal curries on the block? Head on down to Gymkhana – the Michelin-starred establishment that was named the best British restaurant in 2014. The name and decor were inspired by Indian gymkhanas, also known as social clubs. You can nibble on some of the finest goan pork vindaloos or sip on Indian punches served in silver goblets.
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In all the world, few international cuisines can even compare to the singularly wonderful food found in India. Awash in delicious spices of every variety, Indian food is as scrumptious as it is diverse. If you have the fortune to travel through the country, you should first know that the country’s gastronomic preferences changed from region to region. The only unifying trait: the food is amazing. From the seafood served in Goa to the coconut-laden treasures in Kerala, if there’s one thing the Indian people do well, it’s the food. If you want your Indian vacation to be a foodie’s delight through and through, here are some of the best places to visit with an empty stomach.
The country’s largest city, Mumbai, has earned a reputation as one of its most gastronomically diverse. Thanks to the huge influx of different cultures from around India, Mumbai’s food has been influenced by several cultures simultaneously. As a result, Mumbai’s food serves as a pretty good cross-section of Indian cuisine while also providing a blend of Gujarati, Maharastrian and Parsee culture that is unique to the city.
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Like many countries in the region, Hungary sports a heavily Germanic-influenced cuisine, albeit with its own distinct Magyar spin. Dishes tend to be extensively based on meat, bread and seasonal vegetables, with more than a few delicious desserts thrown in. Let’s just say the traditional cuisine developed before the low-carb craze. Perhaps most famous is its meat stew, known to most foreigners as goulash. Heading on a trip to Budapest and beyond? Take a look at some of the tempting foods you must try in Hungary, even if you can’t pronounce the names!
Perhaps one of the unhealthiest fast-food options on the planet, Lángos is nonetheless quite delicious, particularly after a late night out. The base consists of a deep-fried dough, but you can choose from a variety of toppings, the most popular one being sour cream and cheese. Other options include mashed potatoes, yogurt, mushroom, cabbage or even jam. Your arteries may clog, but your tongue and tummy will thank you.
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Supposedly, iconic labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez once said, “If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him — the people who give you their food give you their heart.” If you’re the kind of person that hears that statement and gets a sudden urge to shout, “Preach it!” then you came to the right place. One of the best ways to experience a people and their culture is to visit their homeland and sit down for a traditional meal. You can learn so much by simply letting your taste buds do the walking. If you’re a lover of people and a lover of all things delicious, then you just might be a born traveling foodie — but where to take this wanderlust? Allow us to offer a few suggestions on where to go to sate your need for travel and your need for the best food in the world.
1. No Matter Which Coastal Country You’re in, Try the Lobster
Let’s kick things off with some general advice — try the lobster. From Maine to Thailand, talented chefs the world over have put their own mouth watering spin on lobster and you owe it to yourself to try every nation’s take on this naturally delicious animal.
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If your idea of good chocolate is a king size pack of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, we’re here to broaden your horizons. There are a plethora of world-renowned companies that make the most delectable confectionery from chocolate. Many of their finished products aren’t just tasty, but they’re so meticulously crafted that they’re also visually pleasing. Here are 10 of the best chocolatiers in the world that have mastered the art of skillfully creating their indulgent treats.
Located in Seattle, Washington, Theo knows a thing or two about creating the best chocolates. The company’s founder was one of the first in the U.S. to use organic cocoa beans in his concoctions. Each item is also crafted with GMO-free ingredients. With the manufacturing process done in-house, each batch of chocolate produced at Theo is guaranteed to be high-quality and absolutely delicious.
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