Throughout the world, there are so many unique and delicious dishes that nobody could possibly try every single one. Still, if you are ready to make the trip, then these amazing foods in must-see destinations are must-haves.
Cajuns are an ethnic group of French Canadian descent living in Louisiana. Their spicy, flavorful food is truly unique and has a cozy country style to it. The center of Cajun culture can be found in New Orleans, and it's the best place to taste their food.
The best places to go for that spicy Cajun flavor are:
Russian caviar is one of those things you read about. It's rich, fancy, and one of the most decadent things you can imagine. You can easily spend a thousand dollars on these tasty little fish eggs, but they're worth every penny.
However, if you're one who doesn't want to travel to the frozen tundra or you want to save a few coins, you can also try some amazing caviar in China.
Authentic Italian pizza is in a whole different class than the American version. The crust tends to be thinner, less meat is used, as well as lighter, fresher tomato sauce. It's an entirely different beast altogether and one that should be tried by every pizza fan.
Don't just order from Dominos or Pizza Hut. Travel to the beautiful Italian countryside and get a slice at:
High tea in London is an experience. Go to the Ritz and be served scones, cucumber sandwiches, and a never-ending supply of tea. If you're not British already, you'll be applying for citizenship by the time you've finished your first pot.
It'll be hard to get an appointment with the queen, but at least you can have afternoon tea at:
It's a mystery why a real Philly Cheesesteak is so hard to find. These tasty sandwiches are made in thick, soft rolls, with cheese, steak and onion. It's worth traveling to the place of their birth, Philadelphia, just to taste a truly authentic one.
Stop by and pick up one of these amazing sandwiches at:
The Swiss know how to cook cheese better than any other country. Their fondue consists of bread, a cheese mixture, and nothing else. It's a simple, plain dish, that's insanely difficult to make authentically, and perfect for a cold night in the Alps.
Make sure you try the hidden wonder of Chäsalp on your trip around Zürichberg.
Lobster eating is an art. You have to learn to crack the shells and take out the meat. But it's all worth it when you go to Maine and eat the freshest, tastiest lobsters you'll ever find.
Billy's Chowder House may be known for their amazing chowder --- if you have the food in the name you better get it right --- but their lobster is also something that locals and visitors should definitely try.
Everyone should eat food in Paris at least once before they die. But no dish is more French than escargot. When they're cooked in a rich garlic-butter sauce, you'll never know you're eating snails.
There are two places you have to stop by for the best (for some gross) experience of your life: L'Escargot Montorgueil and L'Escargot Bar.
Creating sushi is an art form. Rolling the seaweed and choosing the ingredients is all intricate and detailed work. Nowhere in the world do they make sushi like they do in Japan, and that's where you'll have to go if you want to taste the best that sushi has to offer.
Honestly wherever you go in Japan for this small delicacy is going to be great. However, if you want the best of the best, definitely stay in Tokyo for a few days to try out these restaurants.
A real Hawaiian luau isn't just a meal, it's a feast. These culture experiences are huge parties, with heaps of food and entertainment. Half the food you'll probably never have heard of, such as opihi or haupia, but it will all be delicious.
Oahu is the main island to go to for the best Luau food and experience.
Greek food is rich and refreshing, and the best dish is the sweet dessert of baklava. You'll never want to leave the country after trying this sweet, flaky pastry.
You might think your local Greek restaurant is legit, but these restaurants are what will really take the cake in terms of the best Baklava the world has to offer.
You can't feel any more like a New Yorker than eating a classic New York bagel in Time Square. With so many different flavors and spreads, there's something everyone is bound to like. It's about as American as you can get.
Don't go to Panera Bread while in NYC. Instead, you should start your day off right by eating breakfast at Tiffany's, or rather these bagel shops: