Thailand’s national dish features rice noodles, fried egg, and tofu, served with a variety sauces and seasonings. You’ll find it on the menu at every tourist restaurant!
This pretty fish-shaped pastry is (traditionally) filled with sweet red bean paste and served warm. Taiyaki is perfect when the mercury drops and ideal for an Instagram post.
A Hawaiian snow cone (called “shave ice” by locals) is a small mountain of shaved ice (not crushed, giving it an almost powdery consistency) topped with colourful flavoured syrups.
While hot dogs are served in a multitude of ways across the United States, New York City’s classic version features a 100% beef sausage served in a steamed bun.
Whether enjoyed for breakfast (with cheese or egg filling), as a meal (with meat), or as a snack (on their own), these little cornmeal breads are very versatile, and thus extremely popular.
This is the Polish version of Chinese dumplings. Fluffy and flavourful, they’re often served with an assortment of toppings, such as bacon and sour cream.
Morning, noon, and night, poutine can be made in 1,001 ways to please all palates, but the classic version features three essential ingredients: fries, cheese curds, and brown gravy.