A young English girl says what we're all thinking: That is the weirdest thing I've ever tasted.
Every great food culture around the world, in fact, excels at this style of simple, no-frills eating. And it's about time they were recognised.
Indulge your love of beer with a tour of Glasgow's famous Wellpark Brewery, where national favourite Tennent's has been brewed since 1885.
While the recipes seem custom-made to give you diabetes, they're all spectacularly delicious.
This eatery couldn't be more Portuguese if it tried – but we're not in Portugal.
Fresh local seafood and herbs are essentials, and then there are the views.
Bags your laminate table with a box of tissues and dive into a food experience like no other at one of Singapore's famed hawker markets.
You know and love the classic French bistro? Good. You've passed the necessary apprenticeship before tackling your first bouchon.
The best ethical bars and restaurants in London.
Whether on a plastic stool in the street or a "flavour concentration" booth for one, eating ramen is a serious business in Fukuoka.
Wine buffs short on time can learn about and taste Chile's vineyard varieties in downtown Santiago.
The secret to making the finest chocolate is revealed in a Bruges museum.