Traveling the world is a great excuse to eat delicious food.
But what are the most delicious foods? The most delicious places?
You’re in luck!
Heather and I each list our top 10 meals from all over the world (including our hometown!)for a podcast that’s sure to leave you starving. We were when we’d finished recording, even after a bang-bang-bang that led to my new #1!
What are some of the best meals you’ve ever eaten? We’re always looking for more places to try, and with all these frequent flyer miles, we might just fly out to see if it’ll knock one of our top 10 off the list!!
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In This Episode:
- 03:42 Eating Cheap
- 5:50 And of course, the honorable mentions
- 8:10 The list begins!!
- 17:40 A vegetarian restaurant in Prague of all places.
- 20:12 The reason the podcast is going to run long.
- 26:46 Heather’s off the cuff addition.
- 27:58 Don’t like Eggplant, Onions, or Sausage? We can change your mind.
- 40:32 A Beerhall, that looks just like you imagined.
- 48:50 The best sandwich, EVER. We’re not kidding.
- and much more!
- Bev’s Burgers in Gainsville
- Charlies Pizza
- Khmer Frog from Cambodia Soup
- PBJ’s Grilled Food Truck in Portland
- Pumparela, Bol
- Wanda’s in Dubrovnik
- Abadia do Porto
- Al’Antico de Vinao in Florence
- Babel in Berlin
- Birchrunville Store Cafe in Philadelphia
- Black Lab Bistro
- Buffet Fife
- Charlie’s Pizza in Philadelphia
- El Limon in Philadelphia
- Flagship Restaurant in Bratislava
- Go Fish in Vancouver
- Khao soi Mae Sai in Chiang Mai
- La Focaccia in Rome
- Leo in Bagan, Burma
- Limoncello’s in Philadelphia
- Maitrea in Prague
- Popaj’s in Split
- Warung Murah
- Yang Garden
- Zelgo in Sarajevo (get the Cevapi!!)
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The best Mexican food I’ve ever had was in … Austria. Yup. Austria. No one spoke English. People were smoking in the restaurant. The food was amazing.
@Vera Shaw- Wow, really? Do you remember the name of the place? That’s somewhere I’d love to try to find.
Loved this episode! A great mix of food abroad and local suggestions (I live in NW Philly). Can’t wait to start trying some of these places!
@Meg Jones- Glad you liked it…lots of local flavor for you to try, as well as some places that you’ll have to travel far for!
I loved this episode! I think I could listen to you guys talk about food all day.
I know you mostly travel internationally, but if you’re ever in the Bay Area you need to check out these two places: Sala Thai in Fremont has by far the best Thai food that I’ve ever had. It’s amazing and has lunch specials under $10. Also Patisserie Bechler in Pacific Grove an hour south is so, so good. The owner is French and their macarons (Blueberry! Pistachio! Salted caramel!) are spectacular.
@Joy- Will do! I love the Bay Area, so now we have another reason to come back. Thanks for the recs.
Oh i just came back from berlin 2 weeks ago and I had to go twice to dada
But i tell you although the falefel was good , it just dows not compare to the one in lebanon
If you like to travel for food you should definately travel to lebanon
If you really consider that tell me and i will definately tag along in that trip
@George- Dada? Which one is that? We went to Babel and loved it. And yeah, we will have to get to Lebanon at some point to get some good falafel.
Awesome podcast! It made me think back to my favorites as well…
-All’Antico Vinaio in Florence: (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g187895-d1102253-Reviews-All_Antico_Vinaio-Florence_Tuscany.html)
-Durumzade in Istanbul: (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293974-d2221573-Reviews-Durumzade-Istanbul.html)
-Baejarins Beztu Pylsur in Rekjavik: (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g189970-d1852122-Reviews-Baejarins_Beztu_Pylsur-Reykjavik_Capital_Region.html)
-MBK Center Food Court (6th Floor) in Bangkok: (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293916-d2718833-Reviews-MBK_Center_Food_Court-Bangkok.html)
-Bar La Grassa in Minneapolis: (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g43323-d1603596-Reviews-Bar_La_Grassa-Minneapolis_Minnesota.html)
-Yangling Tibetan Restaurant in Kathmandu: (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293890-d1514099-Reviews-Yangling_Tibetan_Restaurant-Kathmandu_Kathmandu_Valley_Bagmati_Zone_Central_Regio.html)
-Gazdowo Kuznia in Zakopane: (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g274793-d801742-Reviews-Gazdowo_Kuznia-Zakopane_Lesser_Poland_Province_Southern_Poland.html)
@Brady- Some great recommendations. Pretty cool that you also love Al’Antico. Wish I had seen the MBK Food Court recommendation two days earlier – I was just in Bangkok. Now I’ve got some great places to go visit!
Yeah, can’t beat the Al’Antico experience with the awesome sandwiches and the self-service wine.
Would have recommended the MBK Food Court sooner, but didn’t think about it until I started really thinking about my favorites after listening to the podcast. I’m sure you’ll be back in Thailand in no time though so you can check it out then…
@Brady Kestner- You’re right about that…we’ll be back in no time!