Another way to deal with such a list is to recognize what it is and laugh it off. Featured decoy based on user reviews, not created by a jury of experts. Its faults are easy to find. Why can’t the top 3 spots go to European countries, and why doesn’t one Caribbean or African country (which serves some of the most exciting cuisines in the world) make the top 20? Is it? What is evident here is a certain “global hierarchy of flavors,” as described by food researcher Krishnendu Ray.
Beyond the rank itself, this list and another ranking the world’s best cuisine offer something richer if you look beyond the obvious. However, this temporary status pales in comparison to the interesting story of this preparation, which is based on Indian curry and developed in Japan under British influence during the Meiji period. So many stories are told about the history of two different countries and their cultures. Simply put, it would be foolish to think that the value of food and cooking can be expressed in mere rankings.