In a country that boasts the most Michelin Stars than any other, Tokyo is the city with the most. It’s not just sushi, Tokyo is home to a dizzying quantity of restaurants specialising in amazing Japanese cuisine. Best of all it caters for all budgets. From wallet busting skyscraper restaurants to local izakaya- Japanese-style pubs to Caribbean teamed bars. Put together it’s a foodie’s heaven.
2. Hanoi, Vietnam
Hanoi is arguably the better place to sample Vietnamese cuisine at its best. Eat like the locals and take to the streets for freshly prepared dishes such as pho tiu noodles Banh mi, broken rice with grilled prok,
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3. London UK
Yes you heard correctly, between the high class hang outs and endless pop-ups and street food that bespeckle the city, London has world cuisine covered. With a huge amount of young talent looking to make their mark. Also London bars are developing at a similar rate and diners can sip cocktails before and after their meals Voted the World’s Best Bar for the Last 3 years is Artesian at the Langham Hotel, it’s worth a visit.
4. Jaipur India
Jaipur is one of the few places that represents the cooking of Rajput’s, the Prince who ruled most of Rajasthan until the sixties. Chief Vivek Sing lived and worked here in the late nineties. Try Laal maas, a hot Curry Goat made with 45 chillies to a kilo of Goat, its extremely hot, eaten with plain rice or flatbread and yogurt to cool it down.
5. New York
Eight Million people from every country on Earth live in New York so the different type of culinary experiences is vast. The fine dining trends changes quickly and sits side by side with the classics. Don’t miss the oysters at Grand Central Oyster Bar at the station and the finest steak house in the world.