If you enjoy good food and you’re constantly looking for good places where you can eat quality, we made a list of 6 towns that you should definitely visit if you want to experience the ultimate culinary experience.
1. Copenhagen, Denmark
First on this list is Copenhagen, where we have to mention “Noma” – a restaurant that has forever changed the culinary scene thanks to its creative and innovative ways of preparing food. This restaurant is declared as the best in the world for several years. Although the prices are not very affordable, still we have to mention it for all food lovers.
Besides “Noma”, there are several other fantastic restaurants. “Relae“, “Radio“, “BROR” and “Geranium“. They are perfect examples of applicable Nordic new cooking method that is very popular in recent years.
2. Bangkok, Thailand
If you like strong flavors and spices, then Thailand should be on top of your list. Known as the home to the best and cheapest food in the world, we guarantee that you’ll leave Bangkok very happy. Really easy to find good food is in the Thai capital. Street food vendors are everywhere and you can easily smell the incredible options. Sticky rice with mango, pork or fish stew and many variations of noodles are on the menus on the streets of Bangkok.
For those who want something nicer and more sophisticated, should go in the award-winning “Gaggan” where you will be served dishes from top Indian cuisine. “Nahm” is another fantastic place to eat where they serve traditional Thai food. Both restaurants are considered among the best in the world and are known for the best food.
There are many amazing places all over France who are known for good food. But everything tastes better because you’ll eat in a narrow Parisian street rich with typical architecture. There are myriad restaurants in Paris that you should visit and you’ll feel that everyone is better-tasting than the previous one. Since it is difficult to make a mistake with good food when it comes to Paris, we will still focus on the options that are tasty, unique and a little more accessible.
Among the best includes “L’Avant Comptoir“, and the sister of this expensive and cumbersome reservation restaurant is a small restaurant with a rich taste and a good selection of wine “L’as Du Fallafel” which is inexpensive selection of the best falafel in town and in the world. “Marche des Enfants Rouges” is great if you love walking through street markets for food and want to taste everything.