One of the best parts about traveling is getting to indulge in regional delicacies from around the world.
We combed through a recent Quora
thread on the best cities for foodies, and pulled out the top food
cities where you'll everything from high-end Michelin-starred
restaurants to scrumptious street food.
From Tokyo, which is home to the
most Michelin-starred restaurants in the world, to Tel Aviv, where meals
come with an array of fresh salads and appetizers, here are 25 cities
that any foodie should cross off their bucket list.
THAILAND: In Bangkok, endless street stalls can be found with familiar
dishes like pad Thai, which Thip Samai on Mahachai Road is known for.
There is also a new trend of pop-up restaurants like Opposite, where
chefs organize set dinners at fixed prices that are based on a theme
like New Orleans, northeastern Thai, and a Roman dinner.Flickr/Anne RobertsSource: Travel Channel, CNN Travel
SPAIN: In Barcelona, you have an abundance of cured pork, Serrano ham,
and cold cuts from inland Catalonia, but you also get fresh fish from
the Mediterranean Sea. You can experience traditional Catalan cooking in
areas like the Barri Gòtic quarter, sample tapas in various tapas
restaurants like Cal Pep, and explore the Boqueria market for stalls of
fresh produce and treats.
The Boqueria in Barcelona.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-cities-for-foodies-2015-7?op=1#ixzz3h7pT2boF