Culinary Passport – 25 Fly to Try Dishes

Just in time for summer travel, OpenTable has curated a list of must-try dishes from dining destinations from around the globe. Those hoping to stamp their culinary passport with new and exciting “dish-tinations” this season might find the below well worth the flight.

Bangkok – Coconut and turmeric curry of blue swimmer crab at Nahm
Chicago – Spinach margherita deep dish pizza at Gino’s East
Dublin – Whole split lobster at Lobstar in Monkstown
Florence – Tagliatelle al sugo at Trattoria Sabatino
Guanacaste – Trilingual ceviche at HiR Fine Dining
Hong Kong – Sunday brunch dim sum at Duddell’s
London – Sunday roast at Roast
London – Meat fruit at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
London – Afternoon tea at Fortnum & Mason Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon
Los Angeles – Zucchini lasagna at Plant Food + Wine
Madrid – Jamón joselito at TATEL Madrid
Melbourne – Sticky pork belly at Red Spice Road
Mexico City – Mole madre at Pujol
Munich – White sausage and pretzel at Wirtshaus zum Straubinger
Montreal – Disco poutine at Deville Dinerbar
New Orleans – Oyster po’boy at Emeril’s New Orleans
New York City – Porterhouse steak at Keens Steakhouse
Oranjestad – Scallops tempura at The Kitchen Table by White
Paris – Steak frites at Le Relais de l’Entrecote
San Francisco – Roast chicken with bread salad at Zuni Cafe
Shanghai – Double boiled fish maw soup, crab claw, sea whelk in coconut at Jin Xuan
Singapore – Beef buah keluak at Candlenut
Sydney – Wood-roasted moran family lamb at CHISWICK
Tokyo – Kobo rainbow sushi at Itamae Sushi Edo
Vancouver – Chilled seafood platter at COAST

For more culinary travel inspiration and to enter OpenTable’s #WillFlyforFood social media contest, click here. Prize includes dinner for two at the legendary Pujol restaurant in Mexico City, a walking culinary tour of Mexico City, round-trip airfare and three-nights of hotel accommodations for two. To enter, share a photo of a delicious dish you flew for. Post it on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, or visit our blog for more options and tell us where else you dream of flying for your next culinary adventure. And, if entering on Instagram or Twitter, be sure to follow and tag @OpenTable and use the hashtag #willflyforfood so your entry is visible.

About the Survey:
The survey was conducted online by more than 3,400 OpenTable diners aged 18 and older across the US from April 14 through May 16, 2017.