From Dubai to Dublin: Uncover the Global Flavors of These 5 Must-Visit Cities

Travelling to big cities not only offers sightseeing opportunities and the chance to indulge in local delicacies but also presents a great opportunity to admire famous landmarks. Fortunately for the foodie, we’ve compiled a snapshot from the 30 best food cities in the world, perfect for exploring diverse culinary delights.


Dubai is a food lover’s paradise, with a wide variety of delicious dishes to choose from. Whether you’re in the mood for traditional Emirati cuisine or international fare, there’s something for everyone. Start your day with a hearty breakfast of shakshuka (eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce) or Balaleet (sweet vermicelli noodles with saffron and cardamom). For lunch, try a plate of Machboos (spiced rice with meat or fish) or shawarma (thinly sliced meat wrapped in pita bread). And of course, no trip to Dubai is complete without trying some of the city’s famous dates and Arabic sweets.

Dubai is a city of diversity, not only of food but also of opportunity, and it is here that everyone has access to the best choice of hotels, stores, and even cars.  In Dubai car hire is especially popular because you can even rent luxury cars and sports cars for affordable money. Having rented a car you can easily navigate in numerous areas of the city and explore restaurants that are off the beaten track.

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Fresh, delicious and aesthetically beautiful – Japanese cuisine tops most true foodie lists. All the incredible dishes: sushi, unagi, tempura, and so on to infinity, with such a selection you’re sure to be spoiled in no time. Try ramen (egg noodles) on Ramen Street at the famous Tokyo Station or yakitori kebabs at the outdoor food stands. But if you want more adventure, you should check out the local markets where you can try street food.


For years, this beautiful city has been capturing travellers with fish specialities, fresh coffee, cherries, barbecue and other delicacies. Seafood like mussels, clams, and oysters are on almost every local’s must-visit list, so join them as you head straight for a pot of clam soup at Pike Place Market or a plate of juicy oysters at The Walrus and the Carpenter. However, be assured, there are other incredibly appetizing dishes such as pork burgers, chicken, and simply unbelievably delicious waffles.


Italian cuisine can undoubtedly be called one of the best in the world, and a gastronomic trip to the land of beauty, art, and love would be a fiasco if you missed Rome on the list. The first things to try are Bianca, pasta carbonara with pancetta, egg and fried pumpkin flowers, and of course pizza Roman-style. If you want to enjoy your meal away from noisy tourist groups, walk to Testaccio and Trastevere.


The Spaniards enjoy food for a reason – the most tempting food is plentiful. Madrid is sure to offer a treat for even the most fussy of diners. After sampling the Spanza tortilla and churros con chocolate, a dish called Cocido madrileño stew (a Madrid stew of different meats, vegetables, and chickpeas), Bocadillo de Calamares (fried calamari on crispy bread), or Bacalao (salted cod) is worth a try. On weekends or in the evening, don’t forget to treat yourself to the tapas you’ll find at La Cava Baja and La Cava Alta, and check out the famous spots in the La Latina area.


Every unpronounceable phrase accompanied by the cutest local accent and incredible green mountains makes Dublin seem like heaven on earth. Popular local dishes include sausage rolls, fish-and-chips, oysters Guinness (a strong Irish beer), and of course black pudding. In Dublin on Sunday, stop in for brunch at the Pepperpot Café (Powerscourt TownHouse) and then stroll over to Hatch & Sons or the Pig’s Ear for authentic, traditional cuisine.

You’ve probably already been reading about the cuisine of different countries, so we suggest not wasting your time, choosing a travel place and going on a gastronomic journey!