Mama Mia Italia my friendo
If there's anything I miss from France is its gastronomy
Italy has the best. Who doesen't like pizza, lasagna and spaghetti?!?
i think asian cuisine is the best. most healthy, most diverse, tasty. but u need to get used to it or u shit liquid rage
na food #1 they have really perfected the art of cooking
In terms of taste i would pick my own country but definitely not the healthiest one
Denmark, love The danish flaeskesteg for dinner and rullepølse on danish rugbrød för breakfast:D
Greece Zakynthos i love this place :o
bread and vodka yolo xD 😂😀💪🤙😎
I can say french , so i pick Italy . But no many people realy what is the real italian food .
italy, turkish food is great too
italy. Simple dishes that are simply good because of good fresh ingredients
Italy, Turkey and entire US fastfood brands.
For health, longevity and variation in tastes:
Korean or Japanese
haggis, deep fried pizza, and unhealthy 3000 calorie munchy boxes
Italy, Ukraine , Greece, Spain, and Austria
Fine Italian dining is good but I think that good sushi wins every day, its so damn good!
Mexican cuisine is great. I like spicy stuff in general tho (._.)7
Spain's gastronomy is insane, and its healthy aswell so 10/10
American, italian, even mexican, the french can make good steaks but small ass portions.
Rest suck. All asian dishes taste like water.
No clue, i haven't eaten that many proper foreign foods. If i buy "chinese" from finland its pretty far from chinese. Would have to say danish as its the only one i have been able to taste a little bit, in form of danish pastry and smörrebröd(bread).
Spanish and mexican foods look gorgeous, but haven't been able to taste. (healthy too)
Other than that i have enjoyed spicy soups so i suppose vietnamese/thai could suit me
italian, mexican, thai, japanese, there is so much
Polish, Georgian, Thai and Mediterranean.
I'm going to go with Italian. The food isn't (usually) fancy, it's just simple fresh ingredients prepared well with a lot of time put into the final dish.
Obvious second answer would be French, and obviously anyone with tastebuds has to respect the dishes that emerge from that region, but a lot of it is just too fancy for me personally. French food would be something I'd choose on a special occasion, but I'd struggle to eat it regularly.
Iberian cuisine is super underrated imo. Spanish cuisine is much more diverse than you'd think, and their cured meats are second to none. There's a great Portuguese dish called bacalhau (? not sure of the spelling, any portuguese person please feel free to come in and correct me) which is a type of salted cod, the quality of fresh fish over there is great. Light, tasty, and (broadly) healthy - nothing to fault.
I don't really have a lot to say about Asian food as I'm not a big fan of noodles, rice, or incredibly spicy things, but I guess that deserves a mention too based on sheer popularity alone.
Poortugal or italy
We might be poor but we know how to feed ourselves
Indian, cant beat a chicken madras
Probably italy and turkey
Mediterranean food, wether it is spain, italy france.
Europe > rest of the world.
Inside europe, south countries > north ones, except greece
Italian for sure :
- Italian Mama
- Foccacia with mozarella
NA because of McDonald's burgers and greasy fat people
Any mediterranean country really
there is no such thing as "best" in this world.
Italia No 1,french can't cook
Italy numbah one
The Orient has great street food though.