food trip!!!

Philippines
January 24, 2011 8:36pm CST
Good day to my fellow Mylotters and travelers! Can you help me out? I just want to know what are the cities you most like to be in if you love to eat. Any suggestions? This may give me an idea to where I wanna go next since I love to eat also.
5 responses
@Suzieqmom (2763)
• United States
26 Jan 11
All of the suggestions so far are wonderful, but, really, I think the best place for food would be Rome or Florence--fresh Italian food to die for!!! Very different than Italian food here--full of fresh, light sauces, seafood, delicious meats and cheeses, etc. Another option--Brussels, Belgium. Delicious food, and so many choices--from waffles to seafood to hearty meals, and great desserts, too. Vienna also has wonderful food, and of course. . .there's always Paris!
• Philippines
26 Jan 11
Would someone take me to Europe. I am imagining now that I am taking my breakfast at the foot of the Eiffel Tower or at any street in Italy. Sipping some coffee or tea then ordering those food that you mentioned. hahaha...
@Suzieqmom (2763)
• United States
27 Jan 11
I want to go too!!!
• United States
26 Jan 11
I'm from Pittsburgh, and will alway love that city and the food there... if you go there, Primanti Bros is the way to go! That and Jimmy Neids. My family is friends with Jimmy and his fish sandwich was voted second best in the country! Haha. I know I've mentioned two sandwich places... but one more: I go to school in Greensboro NC, and never heard of Jimmy Johns before here. But, it is AMAZING. I get the Vegetarian. Highly recommend it. Speaking from something other than experience though, I think the west coast would be a fantastic place to travel to get a variety of different foods in one place, if you're talking more about fine dining than the casual dining I've mentioned. Happy travels and good eats :)
• United States
26 Jan 11
PS NO idea why I can only think of sub places... but Atlantic City has an amazing sub shop called White House subs. And of course, Philly is the way to go for cheese steaks.
• Philippines
26 Jan 11
I know the Primanti Bros!!! I saw them on tv. Way too cool! My US city list ets longer and longer. hahaha...
@e_mendo2 (128)
• United States
25 Jan 11
I love Chicago style food! They have their deep dish pizza and a unique thin crust pizza different from any other city. Another thing they are well known for is their Cheesy Beefs, known as "Chiefs", it's a large amount of thinly sliced beef on an italian toasted bun covered in cheese and different peppers. It's delicious!
• Philippines
25 Jan 11
Wow! Deep dish pizza!!! You know, here in our country there is a pizza house that sells deep dish pizzas. And it is so good!!! I would love to try the real thing. I have seen the so called chiefs in one of the travel channels. I am a fan of it! Maybe I will add Chicago in my itinerary when I visit US next year. hehehe...
• United States
25 Jan 11
new orleans is a great place to eat! they have so much great, local food. the cuisine there is excellent. they also have some exotic foods like gator, which i don't eat but other people might.
@e_mendo2 (128)
• United States
25 Jan 11
I'm from Greensboro, NC and I've had Gator from New Orleans, surprisingly it tastes a lot like chicken. Strange but a great flavor!
• Philippines
25 Jan 11
Yeah...Many say that gators taste like chicken. I still have to taste it myself...hehehe....
@Valene82 (89)
• United States
25 Jan 11
I must say I enjoyed Spanish food very much when I went to Spain. Jamon Serrano is not to be missed...a very unique lunch meat and soooo tasty! It looks like dried out raw bacon, but it is amazing. Madrid had many incredible restaurants serving traditional Spanish food that goes back centuries. So many unusual foods; it is not for the faint of heart! Fried pig ears in tomato sauce? Keep an open mind!
• Philippines
25 Jan 11
I enjoy Spanish food also but it is quite expensive here... I've tasted the Jamon Serrano in one of the restaurants here and it was soooo good... Fried pig ears? We have that here but not in tomato sauce. That would be interesting...