Best Traditional Food Dishes From Around the World

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Best Food Dishes in the World

We Bellhops have a tendency to travel with our stomachs, and often go to destinations solely for their good food, unique ingredients, and wild recipes. Today, we are sharing with our fellow travelers some of the best traditional dishes from around the world. Prepare your stomach for growling…


Curry Mee — Malaysia

Made with thin “mee-hoon” noodles made of rice, the spicy broth includes coconut milk and chili or Sambol. Optional ingredients can include tofu, prawns, cuttlefish, mint leaves, and whatever fresh vegetables you like on top. Our favorite is mushrooms and chives.


Pastitsio — Greece

This dish is by-far our favorite on the list, because it is just a good comfort food that has endured over the ages. A bottom layer of tube pasta (like rigatoni) with ground beef or lamb on top of that makes the bottom. On top of that, goes tomatoes, cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice. Pour…

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2 thoughts on “Best Traditional Food Dishes From Around the World

  1. Curry mee? Hhhhmm that’s too heavy for me. Plus I think curry mee is available in Singapore also, right? I’d have chosen ‘Char kway teow’ or ‘Penang Laksa’ because they are flavourful and entirely Malaysian. What about you? Do you agree with curry mee or do you prefer other dish?

    • Nasi lemak nasi lemak nasi lemak nasi lemak nasi lemak nasi lemak….i think it screams malaysia right away..but yeah,penang laksa as well,more malaysian and def more flavourful compared to curry mee..

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