Rank Your Top 5 International Cuisines


#21

WTF how do so many ppl suddenly like Turkish food? What kind of Turkish food are you lot eating if I may ask.


#22

Turkish food is rife in the UK especially London

Best at meat dishes IMO


#23

Börek in all its forms :drooling_face:Check it out.


#24

well we know Luca has definitely had roast chicken!


#25

Seasoned with anything other than lemon and garlic? Or random leaves if you are feeling adventurous?

Being serious I can only rank what I’ve tried, so here goes:

  1. Japanese
  2. Indian
  3. Mexican
  4. Italian
  5. Chinese

Honourable mention to Persian food.

Main things on my next to try list are Korean and Turkish properly.


#26

Mainly lemon. Garlic is not really good with fish.


#27

Turkish (Kebap), German (Kraut), Italian (Spaghetti), Japan (Fish), English (Fritter Chocolate)

Eat in that order and try not to…you know :grin:


#28

Are fritters an English thing? :confused:


#29

Belgian, I think. But I saw on TV that in England they are fritting even marsbars, twix and so on. And I laughed and thought by myself, that’s cool.


#30

Guess he means fried food lulz.


#31

Yes, that was what I mean.


#32

Ah, that’s more of a Scottish thing. @Calum eats deep fried Mars Bars for breakfast :grin:


#33

Like to try it, sounds not bad.


#34

Deep fried Oreo cookies are dank af


#35

1- Indian
2-Chinese
3-Italian
4-Mexican
5-Greek

never tried Thai food I need to go educated myself with some


#36

@Phoebica, we are waiting for you list :wink: :hipster:


#37

Indian
Greek
Mexican
Thai
French


#38

There’s something very poetic about “fritting marsbars” :grin:


#39

Didn’t know Indian food was this liked.
Why the heck do I always see complains from white folks about their ass being on fire then?


#40

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