Tips & Tricks
Where to eat the best breakfast? - World's Best Breakfasts
Tips & Tricks
This list features World’s best breakfasts and where to eat them, from America, Africa, Asia, and Europe, to everywhere in Between, this breakfast list has something for everybody.
Having a great breakfast while you are traveling is one of the most important parts, that is why choosing the right breakfast and choosing the right place where to eat Breakfast can be hard, that is why you will find here the best breakfasts that you can eat in the world.
Breakfast in the US brings together everything, and it is very similar to the English breakfast, it can include eggs, bacon, ham, sausages, potatoes with a side of toast, muffins, and coffee or juice.
In a lot of breakfast places, you will also see pancakes and waffles which are becoming the mainstays of every breakfast table in America.
Everybody knows of a traditional English breakfast, it is a huge part of English food culture. You can find them in almost all cages and homes all over England.
The full English breakfast consists of fried eggs, black pudding, sausages, baked beans, bacon, tomatoes, and mushrooms, with fried bread or buttered toast on the side. It is a great way to start to the day.
Belgian Waffles or Brussels Waffles are a typical breakfast tradition that you simply must try when visiting Belgium. Most waffles are served warm by street vendors, dusted with confectioner’s sugar.
Besides sugar, they are usually served in the morning with whipped cream, chocolate spread, and fruit, or in the afternoon with a scoop of fresh ice cream.
Georgia has one of the most interesting breakfasts around. Locals prefer to eat leftover Khachapuri ‘cheese bread’ or something simple such as Matsoni yogurt and fruit if anything.
Tourists are likely to be served a Meze-style spread cobbled together from different dairy products, fruits, and vegetables, with boiled eggs, jam, and preserves always making an appearance.
Dim Sum must be one of the best and most unique breakfasts in the world. Where else can you tuck into steamed, fried, baked, and grilled edible pieces of art for breakfast?
While you can find Dim Sum almost anywhere in China, the best still come from the south: Guangdong province, Hong Kong, and Macau, where it is known as Yum Cha (morning tea). Dim Sum is always enjoyed with tea, Chinese style without milk or sugar.
The world’s most famous breakfast soup, Pho is eaten in the morning at street food stalls and in small market restaurants across Vietnam, from north to south. Bowls are prepared to order, with a ladle of boiling broth poured over rice noodles and sliced meat, usually beef or chicken.
Served with fistfuls of chopped herbs, a squeeze of lime, and a sprinkle of chili flakes or peanuts on top, it’s the perfect way to start the day.
Singapore is a mix of all cultures, that is why it is hard to identify an iconic Singapore breakfast.
To prepare it the traditional way, sliced bread is toasted on a charcoal fire before butter and kaya, a coconut-and-egg jam, are slathered on. An appreciation for cheap and tasty breakfasts like this remains something that Singaporeans from all walks of life share to this day.
Traditional Moroccan breakfast includes stewed lentils, fava bean soup, and cornflour pancakes. Eggs sprinkled with cumin, Khlii preserved lamb or beef and yogurt served with fresh fruit and all musts. An array of jams, preserves, chutneys, olive oil, and ghee round out the spread, mopped up (along with the runny egg yolks) with fresh bread.
Orange juice and mint tea are the beverages of choice at breakfast time, both served sweet with heapings of sugar.
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