On a trip to Paris some years ago, I decided to try a different cuisine every night of the week. It was easy, as there are so many restaurants, countries and styles of cooking that eating out in a city need never get boring. So here I offer my pick of world cuisine.
More interesting than Chinese food somehow. Maybe it’s because Japanese restaurants are less ubiquitous than Chinese ones. Or perhaps it’s the presentation – the dishes always look so pretty. Just don’t try to pronounce the menu when you order – point at it instead, thus avoiding the possibility of embarrassing linguistic faux pas.
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I love Thai food. Unfortunately, I can never remember the difference between red curry and green curry, and always end up ordering the hotter one. I should have learnt by now, but never do.
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Fantastic for vegetarians. Indian food holds a special place in my heart (and stomach) thanks to a wonderful vegetarian restaurant in North London (now closed. The restaurant, not North London). I swear I cried when I realised it was no longer there. If you have their recipe for Idlis, name your price. Dining out has never been quite the same since. Sob.
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