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25 Fly to Try Dishes well worth the flight

July 3, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

For Aussies wanting to stamp their culinary passport with new and exciting ‘dish-tinations’, OpenTable has curated a list of must-try dishes from dining destinations from around the globe.

● 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

● 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

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