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The Best International Cities for Food

No matter where in the world youre traveling, youre going to eat. And if you plan to make that a very important part of your trip (which we suggest you do),consider heading to one of the worlds best cities for food.

Every year for our Worlds Best Awards survey, T+L asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globeto share their opinions on the top cities, islands,cruise lines, spas, airlines, and more. Readers rated cities for a number of qualities, including food. And some of this years favorites are pretty unexpected.

Sure, Parisarguably thegastronomic capital of the galaxysits comfortably in the top three.Just imaging the City of Light conjures the aroma of fresh-baked croissants, clairs that could be mistaken for works of art, nutty Reblochons, and pungent poisses cheese.

Who doesnt want to live on baguettes and Brie for a few days? wondered one T+L reader.

But this year, lesser-known destinations received accolades for their restaurants and cuisine, including the colonial city of San Miguel de Allende, in Mexicos central highlands. Travelers will find bars serving small-batch mezcals from Oaxaca, and (believe it or not) a croissant at Cumpanio that will rival any ordered in Paris.

And a cross the world, in Chiang Mai, visitors touring the best city in Asia will find regional stir-fry classics like phad pak boong dang (morning glory with oyster sauce) at the Night Bazaar, which comes to life just as dusk settles on the city.

Globetrotters with voracious appetites, take note. Youll find food worth traveling for in every city on this list.