Restaurants around the world you have to try

One of the joys of holidaying around the world is trying something a bit different and discovering your new favourite meal.

When you next head off overseas, check out these must-do restaurants, as they’ll be a highlight of your trip:

Banh Cuon Thien Huong – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

This place will provide you with the best Vietnamese breakfast you can buy. If you’re up for something a little different to the traditional bacon & eggs this is definitely the place for you.

A lot of local families enjoy this restaurant and it is clear to see why, when you bite into the pockets of pastry and thin rice rolls that have a variety of delicious fillings inside them.

Mamoun’s – New York City

New York has endless dining options but if you’re wanting something that is pure New York, Mamoun’s is the place to be. The food is fast, easy and delicious, particularly the famous falafel sandwiches. Mamoun’s attracts people from all walks of life who want to taste its iconic and delicious tahini and hot sauce.

St-Viateur – Montreal, Canada

This place is famous among locals, tourists and celebrities for having the best bagels in Canada. They bake over 1000 bagels in-house every single day and have their very own secret recipe they’ve been following since 1957.

They have many different flavours to choose from but their consistency is impeccable. You will never be disappointed by any of their options.

Diodos – Athens, Greece

This beautiful restaurant provides you with a stunning view of the Acropolis along with the most authentic Greek experience, at a very reasonable price. They serve up traditional Greek Tavern dishes that are sure to delight you. So if you’re wanting to try a traditional “home-cooked” Greek meal, this is the place to go.

Riche – Stockholm, Sweden

Riche has been delivering the Swedish goods since 1893 and they never let you down. They’re quite famous for Swedish meatballs and serve them with a perfectly whipped potato mash. They’ll warm you up from the inside out.

La Huella – José Ignacio, Uruguay

Not your typical holiday destination, but Uruguay is known for some of the best beaches in South America. Even better than the beaches are the seafood hot spots.

The best part about this place is that it’s fresh, exciting and unpredictable. The menus change on a daily basis, which works well with the local farmers and fisherman, who can supply their best catch or harvest for the day.