Last Updated on January 7, 2021
The talented chefs in Tokyo mix brilliant, old techniques with high-end modern styles to create world-class dishes, from humble soba dishes to high-quality, fresh sushi using the most seasonal vegetables and freshest ingredients, of course.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Number of International Cuisines: 61
The best restaurant: Baco Mercat (Spanish)
The dining scene in the exceptional LA keeps on evolving year after year, with bright new restaurants and busy old standbys. But as the competition increases, it’s pretty easy to chase new flavors while forgetting the best of what Los Angeles has always been offering.
So make sure to get a bit of everything, from game-changing pizza and wallet-friendly tacos to international cuisine.
Number of International Cuisines: 64
The best restaurant: Amok Restaurant (Cambodian)
Melbourne is a fantastic foodie town that seems to always have a culinary event going on. While in this beautiful Australian city, not only you can treat yourself to the best cuisines but you can also choose from wine tastings and food festivals, or cooking classes and celebrity chef visits.
Number of International Cuisines: 65
The best restaurant: Máncora Cebicheria (Peruvian)
Most tourists head to Paris to sample fine French cuisine, but the city of romance offers marvelous international cuisine as well. You can find a wonderful constellation of new restaurants by international talented young chefs, in addition to a diverse array of dining options.
There are also brasseries, traditional bistros, stylish restaurants serving classic French cooking, and other long-established gastronomic landscape.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Number of International Cuisines: 66
The best restaurant: Pannenkoeken Cafe (Dutch)
Chicago can offer much more than meat and potatoes. Local restaurants have grown to a very sophisticated level, rivaling popular food scenes nationwide. Many people actually describe Chicago’s food scene as soul-warming.