5 Cities That Are A Must Visit For True Foodies

We all need food for sustenance, but for some of us, it’s a whole experience. Here is a list of the best cities around the world perfect for foodies. The data was collected by Resonance Consultancy, a global adviser on the world’s development of economy and tourism. The list was made by analyzing a range of high-quality restaurants as well as culinary experiences gathered from online channels like Facebook, Google, TripAdvisor, and Instagram.

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Paris

Were you surprised though? The City of Light is known to dazzle foodies with its Michelin three-star restaurants like the Arpège and Gagnaire. Another and more casual option would be to go to the street markets. Cheese lovers should also visit Quatrehomme as it stocks more than a thousand varieties of cheese!

London

Immerse yourself in British food culture through the bustling streets of the Borough Market. Where numerous vendors peddle their way around carrying with them freshly caught seafood, producer, blue-ribbon baked goods, and artisan cheeses. Finish off with some fish and chips at the classic Golden Hind or a full English breakfast at the Regency Café. End the day with a fantastic dinner at The Hand Flowers pub. They are famous for contemporary cuisine. If that’s not enough, it is also England’s only Michelin two-star pub.

Tokyo

Omoide Yokocho is a journey into old Japanese nostalgia, which also literally means memory lane in Japanese. Here, tourists and locals visit mini food stands serving yakitori sizzling chicken skewers fresh off the grill. You can also head down to the Kichijoji neighborhood and feast at the Harmonica Yokocho’s standing bars.

Seoul

Gwangjang Market has over 5,000 vendors selling iconic dishes like sundaes or blood sausages. If you’re a Korean barbecue fan, then head straight to the high-end Yeontabal BBQ restaurant or the local favorite, WooShung Galbi.

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New York

From the rich knishes in Little Odessa of Brooklyn to the spicy curries by Murray Hill in Manhattan, locals can experience global dishes. If you're still a bit peckish then maybe stop by Absolute-Bagels on the Upper West Side.