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21 best food cities around the world

National Geographic Logo By Nevin Martell of National Geographic | Slide 1 of 21: Get a crash course in British food culture by exploring bustling Borough Market, at the south end of London Bridge. Vendors peddle everything from just-caught seafood and just-picked produce to artisanal cheeses and blue-ribbon baked goods. Be sure to sample traditional fare such as a full English breakfast at the Regency Café or fish and chips at the century-old Golden Hind. Sup on contemporary cuisine at The Hand and Flowers, England’s only Michelin two-star pub. Feeling adventurous? Cruise to Carousel, featuring rotating chefs and concepts. (Read our guide to London.)

1. LONDON

Get a crash course in British food culture by exploring bustling Borough Market, at the south end of London Bridge. Vendors peddle everything from just-caught seafood and just-picked produce to artisanal cheeses and blue-ribbon baked goods. Be sure to sample traditional fare such as a full English breakfast at the Regency Café or fish and chips at the century-old Golden Hind. Sup on contemporary cuisine at The Hand and Flowers, England’s only Michelin two-star pub. Feeling adventurous? Cruise to Carousel, featuring rotating chefs and concepts. (Read our guide to London.)
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