It’s always fun to visit places and experience new cultures, but trying new cuisines has to be one of the best perks of traveling. If you’re a foodie, why not plan a food road trip? These are the places you should visit.
Hokkaido, which is often referred to as the food capital of Japan, is known for its produce and seafood. We suggest visiting the fish markets and trying kaisendon rice which is topped with seafood. If you’re a ramen lover, you have to try miso or shio (salt) ramen.
December happens to be the best time to visit because hotels and restaurants serve Julbord (Christmas table), a buffet with pickled and preserved Sweedish foods like salmon, stuffed eggs, and cured meats.
If this doesn’t sound like your thing, coffee lovers rejoice, the streets of Gothenburg smell like fresh coffee and cinnamon buns!
There’s a reason Quebec is ranked in the 20 best food cities. We’d make the trip of North just for the poutine – a delicious french fry, gravy, and cheese dish. You also have to try the Tourtière, a meat pie with ground meat, which is served on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve.