When you travel to a new city, or maybe go back to a destination that you’ve already visited, one of the first things that appeals to you about the place is its food culture. And for someone who is living in Dubai, it’s not surprising that there are new restaurants, both fine dining and casual places coming up nearly every other day. And it seems that with the evolving food culture in the emirate, it has now been featured on a list of the World’s Top Foodie Cities. Yes, a recent report has ranked Dubai in the top 10 cities for foodies around the world. Here’s all about it.
Dubai’s One Of The World’s Top 10 Foodie Cities
In a recent list released by comparethemarket, an emphasis has been laid on cities that are a haven for foodies around the world. Yes, the report has made a list of the World’s Top Foodie Cities. As it happens, Dubai has also ended up in the list of the top 10 cities by earning the seventh spot, however, the first spot was snagged by the city of Venice. Coming to its methodology, the data set ranked 50 different cities from around the world. For this, they have accounted six different factors. The factors taken into consideration for this include –
- Michelin restaurants
- Five-star restaurants per hundred thousand people
- Vegan or vegetarian restaurants per hundred thousand people
- Cost of a meal in Australian Dollars
- Positive social media sentiment
- Gluten-free restaurants per hundred thousand people.
A Glance At Complete Top 10 Rankings
So, whether you are travelling in a country, and are on the lookout for street food or fine dining, this ranking is surely going to make choosing a lot easier. So, if you are also curious about the top 10, here’s a look at the highest-ranked cities –
- Venice, Italy
- Prague, Czechia
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- San Francisco, California, United States
- Milan, Italy
- Taipei, Taiwan
- Dubai, UAE
- Tokyo, Japan
- Dublin, Ireland
- Budapest, Hungary
So, if you are also meaning to travel in the coming days, you will certainly want to keep this ranking in mind. After all a good holiday is hardly complete without some good food.
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