10 Cuisine Maker Best Country In The World

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 Lebanese Cuisine
10. Lebanese Cuisine
Lebanese cuisine is the place where you can taste all the beauty of the Middle East has to offer. Food is generally fruits, lots of vegetables, little meat and full of flavor. Perhaps the most famous in the world is an appetizer mezze - a selection of dips, pickles, salads and nibbles with Arabic bread. It also includes an abundance of fruit, fresh fish and seafood and little animal fat. The country is also famous for producing Arabic sweets, Tripoli being referred to as "Sweet Capital" of Lebanon.

Greek Cuisine
9. Greek cuisine
With a significant influence from the Turkish and Italian cuisine, Greek cuisine is a focused around olive oil, vegetables and herbs specific to the Mediterranean region. Eating in Greece is a different experience from Greek restaurants in other countries - gyros for example is considered by Greeks junk food. Restaurants now offer an authentic eating experience, being up to date with the latest trends and stocked with culinary regional specialties. The Taverna and Estiatorio are widespread, being the places where you can find affordable authentic cuisine.

Spanish Cuisine
8. Spanish Cuisine
For a lighter approach on food, we turn to the Spanish cuisine, containing a variety of meat and fish, and vegetables. It is also influenced by seafood available from the surrounding waters. Spanish cuisine uses the most oil among all Western and Central European cuisine. One of the most popular drinks in Spain that goes perfectly with its national dishes is sangria, a drink made of wine and fruits.

Japanese Cuisine
7. Japanese Cuisine
Known for its seasonality of food, aspect and quality of ingredients, the Japanese cuisine is rapidly becoming a trend worldwide. White rice and soybeans are the ingredients you would expect to find in almost any dish. According to Michelin Guide that ranks cities worldwide for their restaurants, Tokyo is the most delicious city, with 150 top-ranked restaurants, as opposed to Paris and London that have 148.

Mexican Cuisine
6. Mexican cuisine
Known for its variety of flavors and spices, Mexican Cuisine is a result of the Spanish conquistadores' interaction with the Aztec culture. Most of the Mexican food we eat today is a delicious combination of ancient traditions, Aztec, Mayan and Spanish. French also had their part in the story, such as sweet breads and bolillo. You can easily choose the restaurant you will dine with popularity: restaurants with good food usually attract all the customers. There are also options for your menu, such as iguana, insects, snakes, deer and even spiders and monkeys.

Thai Cuisine
5. Thai Cuisine
Many people say Thai food alone, with a balanced mix of hot, sour, bitter and sweet, is a good enough reason to visit the country. The food is characterized by the use of spices and fresh flavors, such as lime juice, lemon grass and fresh coriander. Similar to many Asian cuisines, rice is the main component in Thai foods as well. You will often come across nam pla, a strong fish sauce, shrimp paste and noodles. If you are looking to get a kick out of your lunch, you should try the raw beef, fermented fish paste or deep fried insect larvae mostly present in the Northeast, where eating insects in fairly common.

Chinese Cuisine
4. Indian Cuisine
India One of the world's most diverse cuisines, only one part of the Indian cuisine is known all over the world. Indian food served in restaurants worldwide is North Indian, also known as Mughlai or Punjabi. There are 3 different categories of india cuisine: South, East and West. Most of the food is vegetarian, but many include lamb, goat, chicken meat and even fish. Indian cuisine is usually very spicy. Before you can enjoy the food, start slowly and in a few weeks, you'll get used to the taste. Indian food is usually eaten without cutlery, while seated on the floor, but these traditions are starting to change for the restaurants oriented to the Europe or the United States.

Chinese Cuisine
3. Chinese cuisine
Coming from different parts of China and now spread throughout the world, Chinese cuisine is now eaten by a third of the world's population every day. The cuisine is easy to create, economical and tasty. Most of the food is prepared in bite-sized pieces because the Chinese culture regards knives and forks as weapons. Usually, every person at the table is given a bowl of rice while the other dishes are shared by everyone at the table. Some dishes are cooked from endangered species, such as facai moss while others from meat you should avoid such as dog.

Italian Cuisine
2. Italian Cuisine
Probably one of the oldest in the world, Italian cuisine can be traced back to the 4th century BC. Became what is today along with the discovery of the New World, that brought potatoes, tomatoes pepper or maize on the list of ingredients. Italian food is organized into several sections: antipasto (appetizers), primo (pasta or rice dish), secondo (meat course), dolce (dessert). Italy is also famous for its more than 400 types of cheese, including the famous Parmigianino Reggiano, and 300 types of sausages. [Italian Recipes]

French Cuisine
1. French cuisine
Starting with the Middle Ages that brought rich banquets to the French Revolution, where refined techniques were used, French Cuisine can be called in the 21st century "haute cuisine". As popular as the poetry or French arts, a meal at a restaurant comparing to "a sort of theater you can eat". Pastries are mostly French cuisine. Cheese and wine are also a major part of the cuisine, being perhaps the most famous of all. The modern restaurant has its roots in French culture so restaurants are bountiful, but as for recommendation before deciding on one. In Paris alone, there were more than 5,000 places to eat, with prices and menus that suit anyone's taste.