According to the Economist, one of the best places to eat in Europe now is San Sebastian in the North of Spain (Basque Country).sabro said:What is, in your opinion, the best place to eat in Europe?
Europeans don't really eat much fast foods, the amount of fast-food restaurants are less than what?fs available in the U.S. The taste of food is also different. American foods are big in quantity, European food's servings are smaller, with many courses and they are more traditional and very fussy on so called refined taste. they take a long time to prepare.sabro said:What is there to eat around here? Is there anything as good as a California Roll or a Garlic chicken pizza with avacado? Anything better than a Pastrami and Fries from the Hat?
French, Belgian and Italian cuisines are supposedly the best in Europe.
The best judge of international cuisine is someone uprooted, someone who had traveled the world and that her mother cooks fatal, that is completely objective in assessing the kitchen of each country or continent, because in the end everyone prefers the kitchen of his mother or grandmother, both of his people.
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