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Over the last twenty years, I’ve been fortunate enough to eat some incredible food around the world (I call this ‘traveleating‘). I just wish I had written about these experiences and taken photos. There are places that I won’t see again, restaurants that no longer exist, and special home-cooked meals that can’t be replicated. But the past is the past, and I look forward to visiting plenty of exciting destinations in the future, armed with my notebook and camera!

So, here are my top 20 foodie travel experiences, in no particular order than chronological…

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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Here are my favourite restaurants in London and around the world. They might be ones I visit regularly, or those I’ve only been to once or twice but haven’t stopped thinking about. And despite London being rated the most expensive city in the world for dining out, I still manage to eat very well here without overspending (most of the time!)…

Helen Yuet Ling Pang @ World Foodie Guide

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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Din Tai Fung‘s xiao long bao (Shanghai steamed soup dumplings) are considered to be the best in the world, and the Taiwanese restaurant chain has many branches world-wide, including Shanghai (of course), Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore and the US…

Helen Yuet Ling Pang @ World Foodie Guide

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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Specialising in cuisine from Tainan, the ancient capital of Taiwan on the southwestern side of the island, Slack Season Tan Tsi Noodles is a fabulous little restaurant that my friend and I visited two days in a row. Highly recommended by my friend’s Japanese guidebook, it was definitely worth two visits, despite the gastronomic choices available in Taipei. The food was extremely cheap but outstanding, the service speedy, and the interior very stylish, with plenty of dark wood…

Helen Yuet Ling Pang @ World Foodie Guide

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