Continuing the series on unmissable dishes in popular destinations, do you remember your favourite food in your favourite travel spot, do you missed them??? We’ll show you something that will make your stomach hungry mouth moving hand itching on the spot now!!!
Neapolitan pizza, or pizza Napoletana, is a type of pizza that originated in Naples, Italy. This style of pizza is prepared with simple and fresh ingredients: a basic dough, raw tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, and olive oil. No fancy toppings are allowed!
Known for being one of the top Korean BBQ restaurants in Seoul, Maple Tree House is also one of the best places to try bulgogi.
A juicy, savory dish of grilled marinated beef, bulgogi is one of the most popular Korean meat dishes throughout the world
“The city’s first meatball boutique” serves up 14 different varieties of organic meatballs, ranging from rooster, to moose, ox, wild boar, pig, salmon, reindeer, turkey and vegetable.
Swedish meatballs with all natural ingredients and serve with creamy dreamy swedish sauce. So tempting!
Guilty by Olivier retaurant has some of the best churros in Lisbon!
Churros are a popular snack made from fried dough pastry, cut into sausage shapes and doused in sugar. Dipping them in hot melted chocolate is pretty much the law.
Soft, ooey-gooey modern vegan versions of this classic can be found in one of the best pfannkuchen in Germany which is at Backerei & Konditrei.
Sweet fried dough is filled with plum butter or strawberry, raspberry or cherry jam and covered in icing sugar or an icing glaze.
These treats include egg, meat, tomato, small diced potato and much more. The noodles are the layer below this and they sit in a little pool of oily sauce.
Mix it all together and you get a wonderful mixture of flavours that send your taste buds wild.
You also have the option to spice it up, if you so wish.
Chang’An Taste in Hung Hom, Hong Kong has served this iconic delicacy since 2016.
This small restaurant is a short walk away from the Eiffel Tower and serves a delightful creme brulee. The golden brown top is light and crispy, with a perfectly set custard underneath – easily the best you’ll find near the Champ de Mars!
Sunday Roast is the jewel in the crown of this restaurant.
The roast is typically comprising of different roasted meats like chicken breast, turkey, pork and beef. Served with various seasonal vegetables, roasts potatoes and gravy. The Sunday roast is absolutely filling.
Swiss Chuchi is a well-known eatery in Zurich that specializes in traditional Swiss style food.
This is a pot of melted cheese, wine and garlic, served on open flame and people dip their bread pieces with long forks and eat it. Serving fondue with hot steaming cup of tea makes a wholesome cold weather meal.
In Istanbul, there is this popular street food called kumpir or loosely translated “maxed out baked potato”.
Made of jacket potato with a crisp outer skin and soft inside, it is available with a variety of toppings to choose among– cheese, sausage, pickles, and Russian salad.
One of the best and must try food in Malaysia is ………… Nasi Lemak!
The “nasi lemak” (rice infused with coconut milk) is light and fluffy and the sambal is flavourful and slightly sweet, but the star on the plate is without a doubt, the chicken. The chicken is marinated with a host of spices and then deep fried to perfection with a crispy skin and moist, juicy flesh.
So when this COVID-19 outbreaks over, travel to the place you’ve always wanted to see, eat the foods you’ve always wanted to try or miss.
But overall, this, like everything else, will not last forever. We will all get through this together and we will come back stronger than we were before.
In this moment, always remember; We’ve got this!