Foodist Finds: Can’t Miss Eats

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I’m TravelEater, and — surprise! — I travel to eat.

This page has links to my writing that is predominantly about food, as well as my restaurant reviews and recommendations sorted by region, country and city.

Also check out the Globavore Interviews for food writers’ recommendations on what to eat and where.

Some highlights:

And, geographically:

AFRICA

Morocco

South Africa


AMERICAS (NORTH)

Canada 

Sidecut Four Seasons Whistler oysters. Photo by Johanna Read TravelEater.net

Oysters from Sidecut at The Four Seasons Whistler

United States  

Chef and owner Anthony Valinoti, Deluca's Pizzeria. Photo by Johanna Read TravelEater.net

DeLuca’s Pizzeria, Hot Springs, Arkansas


AMERICAS (SOUTH)

Ecuador

Peru

  • Dining challenges in Cuzco: how altitude affects eating and cooking; and where to find true Japanese and French food in Peru: Bojosan Japanese Udon Bar and Le Soleil Cuisine Française (for Luxury and Boutique Hotels).
  • Lima: Exceptional Eating (to come).

ASIA

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Traditional Khmer breakfast at the Amansara

Cambodia

China

Laos

Indonesia

Malaysia

Thailand


EUROPE

Czech Republic

France

Italy

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Yes, that truffle price is (shockingly) correct

Spain 

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This Barcelona tapas resto was so good that I broke my pork fast

Turkey


Mutliple Locations

2 responses to “Foodist Finds: Can’t Miss Eats

  1. Traveling is another hobby I have besides golf. And when I consider where to visit, delicious food plays an extremely important role. Who doesn’t want to try a whole completely different and unforgettable delicious food in other countries?! And I’m impressed on how many places you have traveled. Thanks a lot for sharing!!!

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    • Thanks Paul — exactly! Trying new and unforgettable food in other countries: could there be anything better?! Wish I could say I liked golf … I’d much prefer to walk a golf course than play these days :-)
      Many thanks for visiting and for your kind comments :-)
      Johanna

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