The world’s most popular dishes during the pandemic

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The world’s most popular dishes during the pandemic


From Chicken Tikka to Fajitas, a new survey from CEOWORLD magazine has revealed what its readers have been eating during the pandemic. What’s the most popular food in the world? To no one’s surprise, Sushi (Japan) is the most famous food in the World.

Here’s a list of the world’s most popular dishes according to 120,402 valid ratings

  1. Sushi, Japan
  2. Croissant, France
  3. Neapolitan pizza, Italy
  4. Hamburger, Germany
  5. Donuts, United States
  6. Peking duck, China
  7. Chicken Tikka, India
  8. Massaman curry, Thailand
  9. Penang assam laksa, Malaysia
  10. Ice cream, global
  11. Chocolate, Mexico
  12. Tom yum goong, Thailand
  13. Chicken muamba, Gabon
  14. Rendang, Indonesia
  15. Piri-piri chicken, Mozambique
  16. Corn on the cob, global
  17. Lobster, global
  18. Pierogi, Poland
  19. Butter garlic crab, India
  20. Pastel de nata, Portugal
  21. Tandoori Chicken, India
  22. Shish kebab, Middle East
  23. Bunny chow, South Africa
  24. Naan, India
  25. Arepas, VenezuelA
  26. Poke, United States
  27. Lasagna, Italy
  28. Masala dosa, India
  29. Champ, Ireland
  30. Fajitas, Mexico
  31. Lechon, Philippines
  32. Samosa, India
  33. Pho, Vietnam
  34. Ohmi-gyu beef steak, Japan
  35. Goi cuon (summer roll), Vietnam
  36. Parma ham, Italy
  37. Ankimo, Japan
  38. Maple syrup, Canada
  39. Chili crab, Singapore
  40. Idli, India
  41. Hummus, Middle East
  42. Chicken parm, Australia
  43. French toast, Hong Kong
  44. Marzipan, Germany
  45. Stinky tofu, Southeast Asia
  46. Fish n chips, United Kingdom
  47. Tacos, Mexico
  48. Poutine, Canada
  49. Chicken rice, Singapore
  50. Som tam, Thailand
  51. Seafood paella, Spain
  52. Buttered toast with Marmite, UK

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