Best foodie destinations in 2019
Tasting local food is a big part of the travel experience, and let’s be honest, it’s often what we remember and talk about the most back home… so why not make food the main focus of your next vacation? Whether you’re into Mexican cuisine, French wine and cheese or the flavors of the Middle East – Pathport shortlisted for you some of the best foodie destinations in the world.
Mexico City climbed the ranks of international food destinations, as its reputation moved from affordable street food to one of the trendiest, internationally renowned restaurants. Whether you’re interested in the rising class of Mexican star chefs, or looking to try the best street tacos in the world, Mexico City has something delicious to eat at every budget.
Modern mezze, shakshuka, fluffy pita, and crispy falafel are the main dishes that come to mind when you think about the Middle East cuisine. Tel Aviv is a multicultural city that has quickly become a gourmet dream, with lively street food, open markets, amazing restaurants, fine-dining and more…
No need to say Paris is an absolute must on any foodie’s bucket list. But there’s more to the city of light than great wine and cheese… Paris is home to some of the best pastry chefs in the world. From Cédric Grolet to Yann Couvreur, Michalak, Pierre Hermé and many more…you’ll be amazed by the French craftsmanship and aesthetics of these jewel-like pastries.
The magnificence of Tokyo’s dining scene is no secret, it has been declared as one of the best places to eat in the world. From the simplest ramen noodle bar up to dozens of restaurants with three Michelin stars — Tokyo is the most awarded, and diverse food city in the world.
Internationally-known for its wine, Bordeaux is without a doubt a heaven for foodies as well. The region’s multiple delicacies makes it perfect for a culinary food tour around the city, where a vibrant scene of new restaurants combine modern design with deeply rooted traditional ingredients and methods – the result is amazing.