2. Osaka, Japan
A quick bullet train from Tokyo and you’ll find world class snow crab, seafood pancakes and bubbling bowls of Ramen.
3. San Sebastian, Spain
Stroll the narrow alleyways and knock back pintxos, local cider and impeccably cured acorn-fed ham.
4. Lyon, France
The food capital of one of the world’s great food capitals. Old school French excess reigns supreme with row after row of terrines, torchon and fragrant cheeses.