Eat the World: 9 Best Food Tours
By Ann Abel
If there’s anything we humans have in common, it’s that we like to eat. Many of us think food is the best way to learn about a city and a culture, while others just find consuming delicious things to be pleasurable. We can all follow guidebooks—whether they be Michelin or Lonely Planet—but in so many cities, the best things to eat are at the ends of tiny alleys, hidden somewhere on the third floor, nearly lost amid the clamor of hawker markets, or on the counters of food trucks (and sometimes also at the high-end darlings).
Ann Abel has been a travel writer and editor for 14 years, including several as a senior editor at ForbesLife. She writes for Forbes, Departures, Conde Nast Traveller, Robb Report, Afar, National Geographic Traveler, Islands, Hemispheres, Brides, Modern Bride, , Well + Good NYC, and other print and online publications.”In the name of lifestyle journalism, I’ve gotten a tattoo in Bora Bora, been bitten by a massage therapist, and flown small aircraft above three continents.”