You love sushi so much, you could eat it every day for the rest of your life — and you crave a big steamy bowl of ramen on cold winter nights. Tokyo might just be your heaven.
There’s more to Florence than pizza, pasta, and wine (although there’s plenty of all that). You’ll sink your teeth into rustic, Tuscan classics like ribollita, bistecca fiorentina, and pappa al pomodoro.
Put NOLA, one of the most exciting food cities in the U.S., on your travel bucket list. This Louisiana port city has a thriving restaurant scene, historic cafés, and creole-inspired traditions. Eat your way through the city trying all of the classics like jambalaya, fried shrimp po’ boys, étouffée, and beignets.
This bustling city has something for every type of traveler. You’ll find high-end, white tablecloth restaurants, laid-back diners (known as cha chaan teng) and one of the most exciting street food scenes in the world. From dim sum and wonton noodle soup, to roast goose and congee, Hong Kong is a total foodie paradise.
There’s a reason why Paris is often called the world’s number one city for food. Between the extravagant Michelin-starred restaurants, dimly lit wine bars, classic French bistros, and Instagram-worthy patisseries, Paris has it all. While the city boasts a huge international food scene, don’t forget to try all the classic dishes like buckwheat crepes, steak tartare, and escargot.
One of the most exciting food cities in all of Latin and South America, Mexico City is known around the world for it’s top-notch restaurants serving haute-Mexican cuisine and amazing street food. Just wait: As you walk down any major street, you’ll find yourself drooling to the smells of just-baked tortillas, fresh salsas, and tacos al pastor.
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