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13 Under-the-radar Dining Destinations Around the World, According to Travel Experts
If you plan your vacations around your meals, you'll want to book a trip to one of these expert-approved foodie destinations.
Liz Cantrell is a senior editor at Travel + Leisure. She edits stories with a focus on outdoor and adventure travel, as well as Canada, Northern Europe, and the Southeastern U.S.
Discovering new food is one of travel's great pleasures. Whether it involves snagging a coveted multicourse reservation, or simply wandering from one street stall to another searching for the best snacks, many travelers structure their trips based on the meals they'll have.
To help you plan your next great meal, we asked Travel + Leisure's A-List of travel advisors for their suggestions of the best under-the-radar dining spots around the world. So, if you've already checked some foodie cities — Paris , San Sebastián , Cusco , Osaka — off your list, consider these lesser-known destinations.
Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
"Hawke's Bay became one of the most popular dining destinations in New Zealand during our lockdowns. Mary's in Havelock North has an excellent wine list, and comfort dishes like gnocchi, burgers, and grilled prawns. Bostocks , which is one of the largest organic apple producers in the Southern Hemisphere, also has a superb organic kitchen which is open for lunch only, and serves one rotating meal per day." — Alexandra Stewart, Antipodean Luxury Travel
"People often get hung up on the number of Michelin-starred restaurants a city has, but there are some places it seems the Michelin inspectors haven't been to. Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is one of them. Georgian cuisine is pretty special, with some unique spice blends and even a special salt from the remote Svaneti mountain region. It has some divine comfort food, like khinkali (soup dumplings), and chachapuri, a bread stuffed with cheese, and sometimes spinach. At its most photogenic version, the chachapuri is shaped like a boat, full of salty cheese and an egg." — Jay Ternavan, JayWay Travel
José Ignacio, Uruguay
"José Ignacio in Uruguay has one of my favorite under-the-radar food scenes in South America. One of the region's most acclaimed chefs, Francis Mallmann, has a small yet elegant restaurant called Garzon in the area, which uses fresh, local products from the countryside and the nearby sea. Marismo also seats its guests on the beach but offers a more quaint candlelit setting to enjoy its famous slow-braised lamb as a bonfire crackles nearby." — Emmanuel Burgio, Blue Parallel
"There is an incredibly rich and complicated history behind southern food. I think Nashville has some exciting new restaurants like the Appalachian-inspired Audrey from Chef Sean Brock, who started Husk in Charleston. It's a prix fixe experience and the bar also offers five cocktails daily. The Mockingbird features a great global menu, and The Catbird's Seat also has incredible chef's table experience." — Christie Holmes, Global Community Travel
"From the Italian-inspired foods — including truffles — of Istria, to the oyster farms of Mali Ston Bay, and the wineries of Peljesac Peninsula (often called Croatia's "Napa Valley"), this country's culinary scene is vibrant, original, and delicious. I also always recommend Bokeria in Split. — Gary Portuesi, Authentic Explorations
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"I would like to give a shout out to Wales. It is an under-appreciated region with incredible traditions. The Walnut Tree is a Michelin-starred gem deep in the countryside, two miles east of Abergavenny. The set menu changes but you can count on local game and fish. The Potted Pig , which is set in a former bank vault underneath the city of Cardiff, is a delightful place to have dinner and try one of their 30 gins." — Jennifer Schawrtz, Authentic Explorations
San Ignacio, Belize
"Belize is one of my favorite culinary destinations due to the availability of fresh seafood and freshly grown herbs, vegetables, and tropical fruits. You can find a blend of cultural dishes and Guava Limb Cafe , a restaurant, cafe and lounge located in San Ignacio. From a street view, you wouldn't even realize that this hidden gem exists other than the street signage. They also have an amazing array of cakes and deserts to enjoy." — Maurice Smith, Eugene Toriko
"Nairobi has a burgeoning food scene, with fantastic bistros and restaurants popping up in some of the hottest areas in town. Some have been around for a few years now, like Talisman , which is one of my favorite restaurants anywhere. You also have small places like the Tin Roof Cafe or even the Cafe at Matbronze , which are small establishments but perfect for a quick bite while touring, and shopping!" — Daniel Saperstein, Hippo Creek Safaris
"People always overlook Vienna for its more glittering neighbors of Rome, London, and Paris. However, Vienna continues to innovate with an incredible array of dining, from 3-star Michelin places to tiny little wine taverns. I just ate at the new Chez Bernard at Hotel Motto and loved that this pretty rooftop restaurant was full of locals. And I'm never disappointed by Zum Schwarzen Kameel . For a snack, you just can't beat Trzesniewski's open-faced sandwiches, found all over the city." — Gwen Kozlowski, Exeter International
"One destination I feel can be overlooked for great dining experiences is Delhi. The city has a multitude of classic, sought-after restaurants, from Indian Accent at the Lodhi Hotel to the newly reinstated Sunday brunch at the Imperial Hotel . If you wish to step away from glitzy restaurants and high-end dining, you can also indulge in Delhi's amazing street food scene, joining the incredible guides from Delhi Food Walks , or if you prefer the more "established setting," try Bukhara restaurant." — Niall Causer, Audley Travel
"The small island of Iraklia, in the family of smaller islands of the Cyclades, hosts a small gem of a restaurant named Arakleia , from one of the best chefs in all of Greece, Yiannis Gavalas. Locally sourced ingredients and a true authenticity of Greek cooking make this a must visit." — Petros G. Zissimos, Hellenic Holidays
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
"Phnom Penh has an amazing up-and-coming culinary scene. What many people do not know is there a large number of Asian expats in the city, so you can see influences from Japan, China, and Vietnam in many restaurants. We also have the latest dining experience in the city on board our luxury boat, Samsara. Guests can enjoy sunset cocktails whilst cruising down the Mekong and then a five-course dinner." — Andy Booth, About Asia Travel
Buenos Aires, Argentina
" Aramburu in Buenos Aires, consistently ranked as one of the top Latin American restaurants, is a favorite I return to time and time again. The 18-course tasting menu is a work of art. You might try quail with amaranth, pak choi, and cucumber, or a quinoa, ricotta, and lime cannoli." — Eric Goldring, Goldring Travel
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- Explore Museum of Moscow Metro and learn a ton of technical and historical facts;
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We're thinking of visiting Suzdal on a one-day trip from Moscow this mid-August. We did our homework, and found the best way is to go to Vladimir by train and take a bus to Suzdal. We also checked the fare/timetable with Russian National Railway's official website ( http://pass.rzd.ru ) , then started wondering whether it is worth to book trains in advance. Yes, it's a busy season and we feel safe, but none in our group speaks Russian, and if something happens, we cannot catch the train we booked, all the money will be wasted. So, would we be better off not to book any train and go with the 'suburban' train that does not take booking (incidentally RZD site does not tell us how much it costs - maybe because it is a different operator and we cannot buy the ticket on their site?) Or would you recommend booking trains in advance?
Also, we've been trying to find a bus timetable between Vladimir and Suzdal, but so far we couldn't.
Could anybody help?
Thanks in advance, Ken.
There are not many suburban trains to Vladimir, and they are usually packed, as any suburban trains to other regions. You trip is going to be very uncomfortable (I know, I've tried if once 'cause experss tickets were sold out). Suggestion: for trip to Vladimir, book a # 7082 train: https://rasp.yandex.ru/thread/7082_0_2000001_g19_4 (or a # 728 train if tickets are not too expensive). For return trip, maybe train # 709.
> RZD site does not tell us how much it costs - maybe because it is a different operator
:))) There is no 'other operator'. RR site just does not sell commuter train tickets.
> bus timetable between Vladimir and Suzdal
https://rasp.yandex.ru/all-transport/vladimir--suzdal . In short , every 30 minutes.
And the last: if possible, allocate 2 days to Suzdal and Vladimir.
The train you can book on rzd.ru, fast train to Nozhniy Novgorod via Vladimir is nice, comfortable and surely needs to be booked in advance. You can leave early in the morning, and reach Vladimir in under 2 hrs; as opposed to 3+ hrs by a suburban train. It costs like R350-400, (do not remember easily), but fast train is wirth effort.
As for getting the train - station has signs in English, board is in English and even these trains are annonced in English. You can visit the station the day before for orientation... Many people have done that before.
As for going to Suzdal from Vladimir, tgere are plenty of buses, right from train station sq. in Vladimir, but taxi would be faster and easier, esp.for several people, just use Yandex/Gett app.
Thanks a lot, Dmitri and Vasily! You guys are really great - we will definitely book fast trains. One thing which is not urgent - is it cheaper to buy return tickets from Moscow to Vladimir, or the two single/one-way tickets are the same price? In Britain, they are completely different: returns are often cheaper but sometimes two singles are cheaper - very confusing. We hope Russian system is more straightforward. Thanks again, Ken.
You can buy a return ticket only for suburban trains, and it will cost as 2 one-way tickets anyway. For everything else, you just buy 2 singles one by one - simple as it can be :).
Thanks a lot, Dmitri. Glad to know Russian rail system is not so complicated. Cheers, Ken.
And some more thoughts on the matter :).
1. If you don't feel confident, arrive at the station somewhat earlier, like 30 minutes in advance (not 10 like I did). I know half an hour is a bit overkill... just for the peace of mind :).
2. Vladimir trains depart from the Gorky direction dead end platforms (highlited here: http://yandex.ru/maps/213/moscow/?ll=37.662677%2C55.755958&mode=poi&poi%5Bpoint%5D=37.661626%2C55.756222&poi%5Buri%5D=ymapsbm1%3A%2F%2Forg%3Foid%3D188728336151&z=18 ). Do not enter main building, you don't need it.
3. I tend to agree with Vasili's advice about taxi. Suzdal bus staiton is on the outskirts of the town, you'll have either walk to the center (as I did - but I had 2 days instead of one) or wait for the local bus. Taxi will take you straight to the town centre.
I specify that high-speed trains to Vladimir leave from the first high platform. It is in the opposite part of the Kursk railway station than dead-end platforms. Common local trains to Vladimir depart from dead-end platforms.
Thanks everyone. I'm sure we'll have a super time in Suzdal. Cheers, Ken
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