Delicious food brings everyone to the table. As residents of one of the most diverse countries in the world, we know this to be true. That is probably why, even when we travel, food is what drives us all. A new Airbnb Air Pacific survey found that 71 percent found it important to try out local cuisines when they travel, and 60 percent are keen to try new activities and experience. This desire to dive into a new place’s cuisine and culture was present for everyone, though Indian women were more adventurous than others. To celebrate the binding nature of food, we put a spotlight on just a few cities around the world famous for their food. If you’re planning a trip soon, these might be good places to head to. ALSO READ: The Best food cities in India to satisfy your Culinary Senses Also Read - Every Little Deed Counts: This UP Cop Delivers Sweets to Elderly Man With Low Sugar | WATCH
Fireworks over Eiffel Tower, Paris
Paris is known for romance and, more importantly, food. The City of Lights is bursting with cute corner cafés, fromageries with towers of cheese and bistros. You can settle in and explore the more popular haunts of the city, or explore places that offer something different once you tire of the wine and cheese. Also Read - Watch: Instead of Money, People Play Poker With Toilet Paper Rolls at London Club
Places to visit: Tien Hiang for vegans, L’éclair de genie’s pastries, popular places like L’Abeille and Epicure, and places like Dersou or Brutos for more off-beat eateries. Also Read - Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Hong Kong Bans Foreign Travellers
A top view of the old city, Bologna, Italy
If we talk about France and food, we cannot leave out Italy. And the city of Bologna is a quintessential Italian food city. This is where pasta Bolognese was made, served with flat tagliatelle. The gastronomical capital of Italy is also called La Grassa, or ‘the fat one’, and rightly so. Indulge in its culinary delights for a few days and you’ll leave home like one too.
Places to visit: Osteria Dell’Orsa or ‘The Bear’, Trattoria Anna Maria, the gorgeous Le Stanze or Da Maro for some seafood.
Hong Kong skyline
The World City of Asia and the Pearl of the Orient, Hong Kong is a great place to head to explore gastronomic treasures of East Asia. The restaurants and bars offer delightful experiences, but you can find some treasures along Hong Kong’s streets too. All you have to do is look. CHECK OUT: Street food you should hog on in the top 11 cities of India!
Places to visit: Tin Lung Heen and the Lounge and Bar at Ritz-Carlton for a fine dining experience, Dim Sum Square and Tim Ho Wan for Dim Sums, Tai Cheong Bakery for egg tarts and Yat Lok Roast Goose.
Bara Imambara, Lucknow
Every corner of India has its own fragrance and taste, delicious in their own way. But we decided to go for Lucknow, where you won’t find as many big restaurants but you will find finger-licking nahari kulchas, warqi parathas and kormas. Head out to the streets and try the kebabs and everything else; Lucknow won’t disappoint.
Places to visit: The ancient Tundey Kebabi in Aminabad, Idris Dhaba for the Lucknowi Biryani, Kalika Hut and Royal Café.
Thames running through London
From high-class restaurants to street food on the eastern end, London has it all. The city is as cosmopolitan as it gets, and its culinary range reflects that. Here, you can find eateries that serve authentic dishes from around the world, as well as corners offer experimental fare though up by brilliant young talents. NOW READ: 12 Cities That are Home to Awesome Bands and You Probably Dint Know It!
Places to visit: The Wolseley for a proper British experience and E. Pellicci for a greasier version of that, Baiwei for some pocket-friendly Chinese and Berber & Q Shawarma Bar.