Top 5 Best Dishes In the World

Nov 30, 2021 Top 5 Best Dishes In the World - Find Home Away
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Are you planning to set out for the world tour? There are magnificent cities in the world that you must include on your bucket list. Apart from natural and man-made attractions, you will get to set your taste buds with various types of cuisines. However, the top five best dishes in the world that you must try include the following:

San Sebastián's pintxos are a must-try when you are in Basque, Spain

Pintxos, or tapas, come in many different variations. The locals in San Sebastián top a small piece of bread with any number of toppings including figs, goat cheese ham, peppers, or even omelets. The small plates are best enjoyed with a nice glass of wine or beer, so Lonely Planet recommends trying pintxos while bar-hopping through the city.

Food stalls beneath the towers of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia serve delicious curry laksa

While great curry laksa, a type of creamy noodle soup, can be found in all of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur offers one of the best dining experiences. Many small food stalls hidden in the shadows of nearby skyscrapers offer the traditional dish. Lonely Planet recommends trying the soup from the vendor with the longest line while taking in the bustling atmosphere.

For out-of-this-world sushi, head to Sukiyabashi Jiro or Sushi Saito in Tokyo, Japan

Many Tokyo sushi chefs serve their dishes omakase-style, meaning instead of ordering off of a menu, the chef has full control over which dishes are served. Meticulously prepared and presented in traditional Japanese style, diners get to sit back, relax, enjoy great food, and fully immerse themselves in Japanese culture. Just make sure you don't dip your first piece of sushi in soy sauce — it's disrespectful to the chef! Lonely Planet lists Sukiyabashi Jiro and Sushi Saito as two of the most popular destinations for sushi. If you can't get in there, however, they recommend Manten Sushi Marunouchi and J?z? Sushi.

Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas, is heaven on Earth for meat lovers

Even though Lockhart is known as the "barbecue capital of Texas," the lines at Franklin Barbecue in Austin pour out the door six days a week. Texans and tourists alike can't get enough of the barbecue joint's meat — especially the smoked beef brisket that has attracted high-profile visitors such as Barack Obama, Kanye West, and the late Anthony Bourdain. According to Lonely Planet, the long line is half the fun! They recommend making a few friends and enjoying some cold beers while you wait.

Smørrebrød is a Danish staple: Restaurant Schonnemann is a smørrebrød institution in Copenhagen, Denmark

Smørrebrød is an open-faced sandwich smothered in butter with a heaping combination of toppings. The Copenhagen favorite, however, is a carefully constructed art form. To build the ultimate Smørrebrød, the chef must layer the toppings in a very particular order starting with the thinnest toppings and finishing with the bulkiest garnish. Lonely Planet recommends stopping by Restaurant Schonnemann, Copenhagen's smørrebrød institution that offers every type of topping under the sun and a hefty cocktail menu.

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While touring the world over, you must try the top five best dishes mentioned above. Once you get the taste of these dishes, you will become crazy about them and think of eating them every now and then. 


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