Best Places A True Foodie Should Be Visiting

Of all the best things the world has to offer, food is something that everyone can relate to. The varying flavors, the exotic ingredients and special touches, can only be truly experienced in the mother country itself. While you can always have Chinese in your country, there is going to be significant change in flavor when it is truly experienced in China and that is the same even with Italian as well. So if you are food junkie, then here are some places you should be visiting.  

The mix in New Orleans  

The city is known to have a mix in cultures that has not only inspired the city and its traditions but also its food as well. And so no other top restaurants in Luang Prabang would be able to serve you a dish of fusion like the Oleanders do. Of the many dishes served Po-Boy which is a serving of a sandwich filled with fried shrimp, soft-shell crab, oysters or baked beef coated in gravy and served with French bread, Gumbo a west African stew of veggies like okra served on rice, Jambalaya a spiced Cajun fusion of sea food, veggies, meat and rice and Beignets serving that sweet tooth with deep fried dough coated with powered sugar, are some of the most distinct dishes served there. So if you ever decide to visit there to experience the wild partying and festivals, don’t forget to try some of these! 

 The posh Japanese  

One of the most amazing things about the food served in Japan is that, they are all served in little portions with different side dishes, so you don’t ever have to feel too guilty about eating too much! We all know the all too famous sushi and its existence in Japan, but that isn’t the only native food that Japanese serve. Even a boutique hotel in Luang Prabang in Japan now has adapted the trend of blending old Japanese food preparing styles with the modern kinds. And so the all too famous noodles and sushi made from the freshest produce are the most abundant all most everywhere in the country.  

The Arabian night in Morocco 

Have you ever wanted to experience walking through the busy market streets shopping all those little trinkets and feeling like Jasmine from Aladdin or like princess Shahrazad? Then it should be streets of Jemaa el-Fna in Marrakesh that you should be looking for. The streets of the city take a whole new turn as the sun goes down, out comes the snake charmers, tarot card readers, storytellers and the never ending trail of shopping with fancy accessories and other Knick knacks and food stalls serving shish kebabs, fried egg plant, mechoui and couscous that are more than affordable by any one!  

Visiting such places should definitely be on every foodie’s bucket list! So next time make sure to include these places on your vacation list and treat your taste buds to a taste of heaven on earth with a fusion of spices and culture!