My stomach leads the way when I'm travelling, so I think I've eaten quite a few interesting foreign foods, but by far, the most mind blowing has been 黒ゴマアイス, or "black sesame ice cream", which I ate in Japan. You put aside your apprehensions for a moment, spoon a bit of it into your mouth, and you realize you're not the same person you were a second before. You feel... illuminated. (OK, maybe not, but maybe just a little less prone to quick judgment.)
If you're ever in Japan and they serve this where you're eating, try it. It's a must.
In the United Kingdom and the United States, you can also buy pineapple. But they are sour and dry, their sweetness is negligible, the fiber is hard to chew, and there is a nucleus that must be thrown away.
When I went to Thailand, God, I felt like I had never eaten pineapple. The pineapple there is sweet and soft, so delicious, not sour at all. Pineapple is the best part in the middle!
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It most definitely is Butter chicken. An Indian dish of chicken in a mildly spiced curry sauce.. Oh my goddess, actually I've just had one! Whenever I go to an Indian restaurant I order the same goddamn dish my friends & family keeps asking me to just try something else for heaven's sake, but the taste is so damn addictive, rich and unique it brainwash you -or me actually- into thinking that it just can't get any better.. Especially when served with Indian cheese stuffed Naan, first time I tried it in Thailand I asked the waiter "are you sure you don't put drugs in these?"
I think I can eat this dish until I die ahaha! Then comes the Masala chai, which is a whole other story of deliciousness I'll leave for another answer..
I was visiting my Indian girlfriend living in Delhi in 2011. It was a rather hot day, and I wanted some rest after taking my luggage from the airport. I decided to have my lunch in the nearby cafe. I ordered one of these and it came out within 10-15 minutes.
I took a first bite on it, and it was the best taste i have ever experienced in my life. I liked the softness of the bread that smoothly covered the texture of the molten cheese inside. It had some kind of red pepper sprayed on the top, and it reduced the thickness of the "art piece". It was nothing like the cheese pizza that you can order easily from some fast food restaurant.