Which international cuisines do you like, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, or others ?

@greenline (14855)
Canada
June 13, 2009 2:07pm CST
I often go out for lunches and dinners to international restaurants. There is a big China town where I live, many excellent restaurants. There are many Japanese restaurants too here right in the downtown core. Japanese cuisine is one of my favorites, and tempura is my choice every time. Do you like international cuisines ? Which is your favorite ?
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@eltobh (231)
• Indonesia
13 Jun 09
Yea, in my country, we also have lots of Chinese and Japanese restaurants. I like Chinese better than Japanese, though. I feel that Chinese foods have more flavour. But, however, I also like western foods, e.g. steaks, burgers, etc.
@eltobh (231)
• Indonesia
13 Jun 09
Ahh..forget to mention, Thai's cuisines were also one of my favorite :)
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@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Thai cuisine ! Yes, indeed, I like Thai cuisines too. I had visited Thailand a few times, and I very much enjoyed Thai food whenever I was there. Tom yunkung !! That's my favorite soup ! Yummy, yummy !
• Philippines
14 Jun 09
I love Italian.I love pasta with lots and lots of cheese.I love pasta a lot.I also love Chinese and Japanese.I love shrimp tempura.
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@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Srimp tempura ! Yes, that's one of my favorites of the Japanese food. When I go to Japanese restaurants, I often order shrimp tempura. That special sauce tastes very good too.
@sweetie1026 (1723)
• Philippines
13 Jun 09
I haven't tried any international cuisine like you but as we have many Chinese restaurants here, i think i would go for Chinese. It is a lot like Filipino cuisine, i think maybe it's because Chinese culture and Filipino culture have been connected many years back. Anyway, i think you will agree that Chinese cuisine is one of the best. I hope you are enjoying your weekend, my friend!
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Hello Sweetie. How are you ? Chinese retaurants are very popular here in the city. The restaurants in the Chinatown are so crowded throughout the week, especially over the weekends , of course. I like Filipino cuisine too. I tried it when I was in Manila once.
@doormouse (4619)
13 Jun 09
Chinese is my favourite,but i also like indian and italian.The best chinese i ever had was in china town in london
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@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Indian and Italian foods are also very special, indeed. There are many Indian restaurants in London, I imagine.
@AmbiePam (51157)
• United States
13 Jun 09
I pretty much like almost any kind of international cuisine. I'm the only one in my family who will try anything. I don't care what kind of origin the food is, as long as I'm not eating a dog or a horse, I'll try it. I think I get surprised all the time, and if I wasn't willing to try new things, I'd never have that experience. My favorite foreign cuisine though is Greek food, which is followed by Chinese.
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@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Greek food ! Oh, I have had Greek food so far. There are some Greek restaurants here in the city. Now that you mentioned, I would go there coming weekend. Thank you for mentioning !
@Shar19 (8236)
• United States
13 Jun 09
I like Chinese cuisine too. However, Italian will always be my favorite.
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@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Hello Shar. Yes, Italian cuisine is very delicious too, isn't it ? I also go to Italian restaurants once in a while.
• United States
14 Jun 09
No not really. I like pizza he most but the pizza I like is more Italian American than real Italian pizza.I do like fried rice from my sister's favorite Chinese restaurant but I think it is more chines American than real Chinese fried rice.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Pizza is one of my favorites too. I often go to the pizza shops when I go to the shopping malls. Hawaiian pizza is my choice, thick crust with lots of cheese and pineapple ! Yummy, yummy !
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• United States
21 Oct 11
I don't like pineapple. I'm a purest.Give a little tomato sauce , Mozzarella, and pepperoni on a thick crust. In fact that is what I had for dinner tonight.
@Wizzywig (7858)
25 Jun 09
It would be italian for me ... pasta, tomatoes, cheese... I'm not a meat eater and dont go a lot on strong spices.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Yes, Italian foods are quite tasty. In fact, I am pretty much addicted to pizza. I often go to pizza shops when I go to the shopping malls. Hawiian pizza, yummy, yummy !
@flydanman (114)
25 Jun 09
In the UK where I live Indian food tends to be the best value for money. Chinese is often relatively quite expensive. I tend to only eat Italian when I'm in Italy as the standard of food in Bologna, arguably Italy's culinary capital, where I go fairly often is exceptional. I rarely eat Chinese food due to the relative expense here but I also adore Greek food. It's often simple yet packed with flavor and freshness with meats cooked in such a way as to be delightfully tender.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Chinese food, some items tend to get a bit expensive. I have not been to Bologna yet. Hope to visit there one of these days. Italian food is very tasty indeed.
@se7enthbird (8324)
• Philippines
16 Jun 09
i go for chinese. here in the philippines there are a lot of chinese people so since the time were my grandfather was still young chinese foods are really popular in our country. so i was a kid until now chinese foods are really one of the favorite foods we are enjoying. dimsum and dumpling is one of the example and their different fried rice. i also love eating chinese jello.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Dimsum and dumpling ! Oh yes, that is very popular Chinese food. Some restaurants here in the Chinatown specialize in dimsum too. Quite tasty, indeed.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
15 Jun 09
I like Chinese and Japanese cuisine. I do not like Indian cuisine because some of them is quite spicy.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Wonton soup is one of my favorites for Chinese food. Every time when I go to Chinese restaurants, I would start with wonton soup. People at the restaurants know that very well too.
@jayrene (2712)
• Philippines
14 Jun 09
i like international cuisines and i love trying something new all the time. there are lots of chinese and japanese restaurants here and some korean and wester too. my favorite is chinese cuisines, i like their flavors and i love seafoods too. next would be japanese. i love eating pizza, steak, lasagna, and a lot more...
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Yes, Chinese food has become my favorite too. I have been going to Chinese restaurants here in the Chinatown serving buffet. I very much enjoy the buffets.
@piya84 (2590)
• India
14 Jun 09
hi greenline I love Chinese food.Its very different than most of the other foods.I love to eat it with chopsticks.I haven't tasted Japanese food much so cant say about it.I love Indian food too.Especially punjabi,indian food.Its spicy and yummy.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Yes, Chinese food is one of my favorites. I am quite used to chopsticks now, going to Chinese restaurants often. Indian food is indeed quite spicy ! I like it too.
• India
14 Jun 09
I like INdian one
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
I have been to India, and my friends there took me to a number of excellent restaurants serving very delicious cuisines.
@SHAMRACK (8521)
• India
14 Jun 09
Dear friend, As an Indian I do like Italian and Chinese. But mostly we do have Chinese resturants and only very few Italian dishes are served here, it is only in lack of a good cook.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
It is so interesting how foods of different countries are so unique in the tastes, in their own ways !
@gracie04 (4554)
• Philippines
14 Jun 09
I have tried different cuisines such as chinese, japanese, mediterranean, indian, french, italian, american, mexican, thai and filipino but my top favorites are chinese (dimsum, chinese noodles, yang chow, congee, etc), filipino (sinigang, tinola, caldereta, bicol express, etc), mediterranean, japanese(shrimp tempura, california maki, bento meals) and italian (pizza, pasta)... since i am a filipino, my specialty is filipino cuisine..
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
That's very impressive. You are a food specialist, familiar with many different cuisines. I am sure you are very good at cooking the special dishes too. That's excellent.
@Mitobid (57)
• Malta
14 Jun 09
I Love indian and Asian food. Most recently Sri Lankan. We went there for a chrsitmas holiday and the food was amazing. Who knew that wiith Just simple flavour combinations and spices such tasty food could be made. In sri Lanka it is the real thing, be it from a restaurant or from a street vendor, they all have their own unique taste and it proves almost 10 times out of 10 that eating the cuisine in its country is better than a restaurant. But hey, i love those too!! Great Topic, Happy myLotting, and eating Dylan
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Hello Dylan. I have been to India twice, and had been to many different restaurants there. Sri Lankan cuisine ! Would you say it is quite similar to the South Indian cuisine ?
@yugasini (12836)
• Anantapur, India
14 Jun 09
hi greenline, i am pure vegetarian, so i may not enjoy international cuisines,i may not enjoy the same, sorry
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Vegetable cuisines are delicious in their unique ways.
• United States
14 Jun 09
I love the food from me country... Peruvian food.. and here in US I tried Chinese food.. Italian .. and Colombian.. well I like them.. actually Chinese food in my country is way to different than here the flavors are different here the food is with less salt.. since american people have a preference for a little bit.. added in foods.. but in my country.. is more about flavor.. and.. definitely love it
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Peruvian food ! Oh, that would be very nice. I have not tried Peruvian food yet. I would very much like to. I should look for a Peruvian restaurant here in the city. Thank you so much for mentioning.
@amybrezik (2120)
• United States
14 Jun 09
I do like international cuisine. I am always up for trying new food. I am not a huge fan of Chinese, however, every once in a while I do get a craving for it. I love Thai and have just recently been introduced to Indian food. I love to cook at home, and would lov some good recipe ideas.
@greenline (14855)
• Canada
21 Oct 11
Indian cuisine is quite delicious too. Very spicy. I like it, if it is not too hot. That would be very nice if you can cook at home.