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German, Japanese, Chinese, French, Moroccan, Italian, Canadian but no English or Irish Cuisine

I’ve eaten in Germany, China, Japan, France, Morroco, Canada and today in Italy. My 1st time trying French food. I’m sure I did it all wrong - I bet there were few snickers! :slight_smile::grinning: Very good and very expensive.

There is an Irish Restaurant that’s said to have better Fish & Chips than England. Oh well, I won’t get to find out, as I’m leaving tomorrow.

It was fun while it lasted. Where to next? ** Sigh **

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Indian food is really good but a little spicy. It’s worth giving a try.

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Romanian food and drinks are addictively dangerous. There’s a 50-50 chance you won’t survive the day without a liver or gallbladder transplant if you’re not used to them :smiley:

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This makes me wanna try it so bad.

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Do you travel by private jet?
Today Italy AND French AND not time for Irish because you’re leaving again?
Huh? Just what are you doing? :slight_smile:

First time eating proper French cuisine (menu was in French only) was … weird.
I was a kid and even that didn’t earn me the waiter’s pardon when I picked the truffels out of my pancake :smiley:

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I do like spicy food. I guess it’s the Asian in me. Although, there are some folks who say they are from Asia but with pretty darn sensitive tummy.

I’ve never had Indian or Romanian.

So , is Indian food salty @zeeshan_tirmizi?

. . . And, what do you mean by dangerous @Woofy31? If you mean by spicy, I’m sure I can manage.

@idostuff74: Why yes, yes I do. :slight_smile: Well, in my dreams. That counts, right? :wink:

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Have you ever tasted poutine?!

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It’s probably spicy. You’ll get lost in the deliciousness of hundreds of spices.

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If you’ve been to Italy and haven’t eaten Pasta e Vongole… you better come back!

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Nope, not spicy. Romanian food is super-fat (like out-of-this-world fat), greasy, oily, slimy, you name it! And almost everything looks brown if you squint your eyes. The drinks are similar or stronger than Russian drinks; if you’re lucky, you’ll only get IBS (many have IBS around here lol); if not, your liver or gallbladder will fail :stuck_out_tongue:

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I had a certain Beef Vindaloo once. The kind of dish where the waiter asks whether you’re sure about it.
After about 2/3rds of it, my body just couldn’t take it anymore but my tastebuds were crying a river about me stopping to eat.

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The truth is you don’t get authentic Indian cuisine outside India. And we don’t have beef vindaloo as far as I remember. Also the food is a little bit oily.

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Nope not everything is brown. You might wanna google Idli, dosa, butter chicken, tandoori chicken, vada paw, paaw bhaji, dhokla, khaman, faafda, paratha, sev khamni, sev puri, biryani etc.

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LOL, I was talking about my country’s food (Romanian food), not Indian food. I don’t recognize any of the names you mentioned, it’s foreign to me :stuck_out_tongue:

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Khao San Road, Bangkok:
Eating insects (grasshoppers or crickets), best thing ever!
You’ll get your daily dosis of protein!
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Insects?!

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@thecreativeguys: I’ll have say no, since I have never heard if Poutine.

@zeeshan_tirmizi: I wonder how authentic Indian cuisine is in US? Some foreign foods have been Americanized so unless you know what it taste like, you don’t know how it taste like. :grin:

@wuerz123: Going to Italy today. I’ll check that on the menu. Thanks. :grinning:

@Woofy31: Sounds like American food. I was in foreign land for a whole once and when my plane landed on US soil, first thing I went searching for was greasy, oily, slimy cheeseburger & fries. :sparkling_heart:

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Watching this thread made me hungry. :yum:

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We have some religious boundary in our cuisine, but you must try this

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What is it?

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