The Best Places In The World To Visit If You Are Obsessed With Food!

One of the greatest pleasures of visiting foreign countries is getting to sample the local cuisine. However, there is so much choice and variety out there, how do you decide where to go? Read on for my guide telling you where to sample the best culinary delights in the world.


It's pretty tough to get a bad meal in Italy. Italians take a lot of pride in the food they make, so you are pretty much guaranteed the standard will be excellent.

Each region has it's own specialties that they are famous for, so don't expect food to be the same all across the country. If you are unsure about what to eat in Italy, a risotto, pasta or gelato is always a good choice.

Lastly, if you are interested in getting more involved with the food scene in Italy, treat yourself to a food tour like the ones run by Emilia Delizia. Then you can see how specific products like parmesan, balsamic vinegar and ham are produced.


Depending on your taste in food, you may see the US as the pinnacle of culinary exploration or as a place to avoid like the plague. 

There are thousands of small independent diners and restaurants in America that make exceptionally high-quality food in their own unique style. Whether that is your cup of tea is entirely up to you. However, if you like things deep fried then you are going to be in hog heaven!

American Diner


German cuisine can sometimes get a bit of a bad rap for being boring, however this is anything but true. The food there is usually well seasoned and tasty.

Some special dishes that you need to put on your list when visiting include pretzels. These baked bread products are most commonly shaped into a twisted knot and have been an integral part of German baking traditions for centuries. Treat yourself to a filled one. They are surprisingly soft, chewy and quite delicious.

Then there's the obligatory currywurst, which is basically a sausage served with a tomato curry sauce and accompanied with fries. It is nice, but don't think that it is the only wurst Germany has to offer. The real gold is the Vienna sausage served with homemade sauerkraut!


Vietnam is famous for it's delicious street food, which is cheap and easily accessible. You can find delicious sweet and savory treats on every street corner. In fact, it is the combination of sweet and sour that the Vietnamese do so well.

Try prawn lollipops or how about delicious fresh fish from the Mekong river? However, if you are looking for something really special, you must try pancakes made with coconut flour. They are usually filled with meat, prawns and fresh vegetables. The sweet and sour dipping sauce that goes with them is to die for!

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