On a piece of paper, it really does look like a small world out there, but when you travel and experience different cultures personally, you can easily justify this assumption as a fallacy. Literally, nothing could be further from the truth as each region of the world, each city more specifically, shares its traditional masterpieces in dining with the rest of the world.
- It’s impossible to avoid street food in Bangkok, where sidewalk vendors in different parts of the city operate on a fixed rotation.
- Hawaiian food is a creative mishmash of cuisines, combining local traditions with the culinary tastes of successive waves of migrants from the mainland United States, Asia and Latin America.
- Perhaps it’s because of Durban’s lovely year-round weather, or maybe it’s the Indian influence, but the city is southern Africa’s reigning street food champ.
“Places like Hong Kong have blurred the line between haute cuisine and quick comfort food, as humble dim sum diners win Michelin stars.”