When it comes to acknowledging and appreciating food and its many forms, no one does it quite like Gordon Ramsay does.”I get to challenge my palate by traveling all over the world and finding the best locations” he recently stated in an interview. The famous chef has been known to be extremely blunt about what works for him and what doesn’t. This is why his stating the top three food destinations of the world is a major compliment a nation could get. Let’s see what those are:
Tokyo, Japan: Ramsay has expressed his admiration for the diverse and vibrant food scene in Tokyo. From Michelin-starred restaurants to humble street food stalls, Tokyo offers a range of culinary experiences. Ramsay has particularly highlighted the city’s sushi, ramen, and yakitori.
Lyon, France: Lyon, often considered the gastronomic capital of France, has impressed Ramsay with its rich culinary heritage. The city is known for its traditional Lyonnaise cuisine, which includes dishes like coq au vin, quenelles de brochet (pike dumplings), and the famous Lyonnaise salad. Ramsay has praised the quality of ingredients and the passion for food in Lyon.
Bangkok, Thailand: Ramsay has shown great appreciation for the bold and vibrant flavors of Thai cuisine, and Bangkok has undoubtedly impressed him. From fragrant curries and spicy stir-fries to flavorful street food, Bangkok offers a wide array of culinary delights. Ramsay has expressed his fondness for dishes like pad Thai, green curry, and tom yum soup.