It’s Italy for me I reckon. Or maybe America, just live on cheeseburgers and Tex-Mex forever.
*No quibbling about semantics or what belongs to what country please, this is just a little bit of fun to distract us from Monday morning and there is no place for your snoozefest here.
Here comes Aggpass to tell us it’s Italy cause he’s there right now, not that he’s mentioned it.
My heart says Thailand but my head says India for better variety.
Hmm, tricky one that.
I think i’d either have to say Italy too (not so much for pasta but pizza is my all time favourite food).
Italy. Followed by Thailand, Spain and Mexico in that order.
India and China would be up there but feels like cheating because they both contain loads of really distinct cuisines
Though then I also really really enjoy Indian food and potentially there’d be more i’d enjoy/more range for me.
Also think my opinion on this, Chinese in particular, is skewed by only really knowing the British interpretations of it.
Oh also Greek could be a big contender here for me. Yeh maybe Greek!
Luckily Sheffield has a massive Chinese student population so there are loads of properly incredible authentic Chinese places. Always thought I could take or leave it when I lived in colchester
Sorry, I didn’t realise this question would cause you so much inner turmoil!
New york style pizza and california taco’s are these classed as american?
Because if it is that could change things, it’d be like reds world buffet but a country
Breakfasts are pretty shit every where but britain and america from my experience
If the Tibetan food I’ve had is reflective of how Tibetan food actually is then it’d be a strong contender, but like 90% is served up by white English people, so no idea if it’s really Tibetan or what.
American food would get boring really quick imo.
need my fresh salads and fruit innit.
I remember having this exact conversation with @xylo the first time we met, after this similar thread back in the day!