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The Top 5 Must Try Asian Beers

Tommo Booze

Asian Beers have a reputation for being weak flavoured, watery lagers. Although alcohol content varies, taste lies in the same ballpark, regardless of brand. I wanted to put together a top 10 list… I couldn’t. I have actually failed in finding 10 beers of note in the whole of East Asia. I could easily bulk out this list with some sub standard products but who would that help? There were …

7 Traditional Polish Dishes For Less Than $5 Each

Agness Walewinder Food, Food Guides (What To Eat In...)

If you are a travel foodie and Poland is your next travel destination, I have some good news for you. Firstly, Polish cuisine is extremely delicious and varied. Once you sit down at the table, you will not want to stop discovering new flavours! You will fall in love with the fresh Polish bread with sunflower seeds, sour cream, cottage cheese, mushrooms, dumplings and traditional Polish sausages. Secondly, you will …

17 Delicious (and Cheap) South American Meals & Snacks

Staff Food, Food Guides (What To Eat In...)

South America has a reputation among travellers for being a relatively expensive region to travel compared to other parts of the world such as South East Asia. However, there are some very good, typical and cheap eats to be found around the continent, if you know what to look for! Unlike some other regions of the world (India, South East Asia, North Africa), the typical foods of South America don’t …

Foodie Tales from the Silk Road: Lanzhou Beef Noodles (牛肉面)

Megsy Food

After quite a few years of travelling the globe indulging in all the local delicacies we can get our hands on, we’ve come up with a few guidelines we stick to when choosing where to eat. Especially if this is a country where English is not the native language, this helps us with firstly, not ever getting sick (touch wood! Neither of us have been sick so far) and secondly, …

What is Burmese Cuisine? What Myanmar Foods Should I Try?

Megsy Food, Food Guides (What To Eat In...)

Burmese cuisine is a fusion of Thai, Indian, Chinese and a mixture of smaller local tribal influences like “Shan”, “Mon” and others. Touring around Burma we found regional dishes that would be available in most restaurants but they became unfindable in the next state over. We also found some staples that were everywhere – especially Chinese BBQ! In this article we’ll look at typical street food as well as some of the …

Asian Cuisine: The Tantalizing and the Terrifying: The Best and Strangest food options

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National Dish VS Strange Regional Delicacy for every Asian country (With photos and information for each one). We wanted to know what to eat in Asia and there is no fully comprehensive guide on the Internet, so we made one! Featuring the essential national dishes along with those crazy, strange, weird, slightly gross and sometimes stomach turning “must try” regional dishes that you won’t find at home…….if not to try yourself, at …