Food glorious food! Great city breaks mean sandwich sightseeing and cuisine sampling, and it’s the perfect opportunity to feast your eyes on famous sights and treat your stomach to local delicacies. Luckily for the globetrotting foodie, Bott+Co have examined data from Google Maps and drawn up a list of the world’s most diverse cities when it comes to eateries and cuisines. So where are the best places to travel for food? Let’s dive right in at number 10.
By part-time writer and full-time mum, Milly Ahlquist
In tenth place, it’s the laid back cultural hub of San Francisco, home of the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf and, according to legend, the mimosa. With 60 international cuisines available to sample, this Northern Californian city offers up a delicious sample of global delicacies, from Tunisian to Portuguese and don’t the locals know it. In a study conducted by San Francisco Business Times, 63% of respondents said the quality of the food scene was ‘excellent’, 56% agreed there were ‘more than enough choices’ and 28% even described the variety of food available as ‘overwhelming’!