Gavin Manerowski spends some of his time traveling the globe in search of good food. A real foodie understands the lovely charms of small street stands and chowing down on meals of all kinds with equal enthusiasm. Gavin’s find some perfect places to travel for food.
Gavin Manerowski suggests everyone to travel to Singapore. Singapore is famous for its street food. While pretty much every local dish you try in Singapore will be amazing. One of the most ordered dishes by locals in Singapore is sambal Stingray just as its name suggests, it’s stingray barbecued in a banana leaf with sambal paste on the top. This dish is definitely worth trying at least once. Singapore Chili Crab is also renowned dish. It’s messy but oh so worth it! Crabs are stir-fried in a thick, sweet and savory sauce made with a base of tomatoes and chili paste and ribbons of egg. The place South Florida is well known for state’s most iconic foods. Florida’s most famed dishes are Conch Fritters, Key Lime Pie, Stone crab, Cubano Sandwich. Gavin’s suggest everyone not to forget to check out some of the drinks that make this region even more interesting.
Gavin Manerowski shares his amazing experience of the Chocolate Festival of Belize. Every May, the southern part in Belize hosts one of the best culinary festivals that known as The Chocolate Festival. Cacao is native to the Americas and the southern part of Belize is very famous for its superior Cacao. Gavin Manerowski says that there were live musical performances throughout the day, Garifuna drumming, Mayan harp groups, and more. He purchased artisan souvenirs like baskets, hammocks, carvings, and of course, lot of chocolate. There were lots of activities for kids include face painting, finger painting, jewelry making, and more. Another place that is famous for travel to food is Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan. Travelers visiting the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan, typically have two things in mind. One is to attend the famous tuna auction. Second is to eat at one of the market’s best sushi joints, like Sushi Dai. Gavin Manerowski describes that the Lines of Sushi Dai start forming sometimes as early as 3am for a 5am open time. Even if you get there at 3am, you may be in line for at least three or more hours.
The world is full of incredible food to be eaten and they are just a plane ride or road trip away. Just knowing that we aren’t limited to the restaurants and gourmet food markets of our own cities is reason enough for everyone to get excited about traveling. Even if you are not a foodie, still you have to eat. So why not eat a little and learn a little.