The Best Dishes of 2016

It’s that time again! Time to look back at the most delicious dishes (and drinks) of 2016. It was quite the challenge to narrow it down with some very tasty trips to Philadelphia, Washington DC, Chicago, San Diego, Toronto, Seoul, and Thailand! These were the ones that really stood out. In no particular order, these were my favorite dishes of 2016!

1) Steak Jibarito – Cafe Central – Chicago

2) Pasta Tasting – Babbo – New York City

3) Funfetti – Bud & Marilyn’s – Philadelphia

4) Wood Oven Roasted Pig Face – Girl & the Goat – Chicago

5) Cocktail Flight – barmini by José Andrés – Washington DC

6) Cheese Steak – John’s Roast Pork – Philadelphia

7) Fresh Japanese Uni – Sushi Masato – Bangkok

8) Pad Thai – Thip Samai – Bangkok

9) Dak Galbi – Namwon – Seoul

10) XO Noodles – Qin Dynasty – Parsippany, NJ

11) Single Cheeseburger – Au Cheval – Chicago

12) Salamino Piccante – Leo & Mas – Phuket

13) Eggplant Chips – Tanner Smiths – New York City

14) Spicy Garlic Wings – OB Noodle House – San Diego

15) Anago – Sushi Ginza Onodera – New York City

16) Squid Ink Linguine – Siena Tavern – Chicago

17) Gelato and Sorbet – Bobboi Natural Gelato – San Diego

18) Sobrasada & Foie Gras – Bar Isabel – Toronto

19) Khao Mok Gai – Areesaa Lote Dee – Bangkok

20) Tonkatsu – Maisen – Bangkok

21) Haemul Pajeon – somewhere in Gangnam – Seoul

22) Polipo – Gusto 101 – Toronto

 

What was Your Favorite Dish of 2016? Reply below!

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Author: Desiree

Desired Tastes is a Food and Travel Blog written by Desiree, a food enthusiast from New Jersey who just wants to see the world and eat good food.

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