Top delicious dishes that are most famous all over the world (part 2)

Hamburger, USA

Having its roots in Germany, the hamburger is named after the city of Hamburg where local beef was ground and mixed with garlic and onions and then formed into patties during the 1900s. But the hamburger we know and love most nowadays is undoubtedly an American icon. The modern incarnation is an essential part of US food culture.

Pho, Vietnam

This warm, comforting noodle has taken the world by storm. Its simplicity hides complex flavors that are unctuous and refreshing at once. Pho was born in northern Vietnam in the late 19th century, mirroring the history of the country. Today, you won’t have to go far to find this uniquely Vietnamese offering, wherever you are in the world.

Raclette, Switzerland

Raclette is a traditional après-ski meal. After having been melted in a little pan or under a grill, the cheese is served with potatoes, pickled onions, cornichons, and sometimes charcuterie. It is traditionally made with Raclette cheese produced in the Swiss canton of Valais.

Barramundi, Australia

Barramundi is key to Australian cuisine. It is hard to find a restaurant, a café, or a fish and chip shop in the country that doesn’t offer it on the menu. This white fish can be baked, barbecued, fried, steamed, grilled, or chargrilled and it’s especially delicious being served with a lemon and dill butter.

Poutine, Canada

Originated in Québec, poutine is extremely delicious. It is now popular across Canada as well as the northeast of the US. Combining fluffy-on-the-inside, crunchy-on-the-outside French fries, with rich, thick, and meaty gravy, this dish is elevated to a culinary event by adding cheese curds. These white cheese bites retain some of their shape under the heat of the gravy.

Biryani, India

Biryani is a celebration of rice and spices. Its origins lie with the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Today, there are uncountable varieties of biryani, based on the region where it is cooked. However, the basics including rice and an assortment of spices remain the same. You can make yours without meat for a vegan or vegetarian treat.

Having its roots in Germany, the hamburger is named after the city of Hamburg where local beef was ground and mixed with garlic and onions and then formed into patties during the 1900s. But the hamburger we know and love most nowadays is undoubtedly an American icon. The modern incarnation is an essential part of US food culture.

Pho, Vietnam

This warm, comforting noodle has taken the world by storm. Its simplicity hides complex flavors that are unctuous and refreshing at once. Pho was born in northern Vietnam in the late 19th century, mirroring the history of the country. Today, you won’t have to go far to find this uniquely Vietnamese offering, wherever you are in the world.

Raclette, Switzerland

Raclette is a traditional après-ski meal. After having been melted in a little pan or under a grill, the cheese is served with potatoes, pickled onions, cornichons, and sometimes charcuterie. It is traditionally made with Raclette cheese produced in the Swiss canton of Valais.

Barramundi, Australia

Barramundi is key to Australian cuisine. It is hard to find a restaurant, a café, or a fish and chip shop in the country that doesn’t offer it on the menu. This white fish can be baked, barbecued, fried, steamed, grilled, or chargrilled and it’s especially delicious being served with a lemon and dill butter.

Poutine, Canada

Originated in Québec, poutine is extremely delicious. It is now popular across Canada as well as the northeast of the US. Combining fluffy-on-the-inside, crunchy-on-the-outside French fries, with rich, thick, and meaty gravy, this dish is elevated to a culinary event by adding cheese curds. These white cheese bites retain some of their shape under the heat of the gravy.

Biryani, India

Biryani is a celebration of rice and spices. Its origins lie with the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Today, there are uncountable varieties of biryani, based on the region where it is cooked. However, the basics including rice and an assortment of spices remain the same. You can make yours without meat for a vegan or vegetarian treat.