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Which Country Has the World’s Worst Cuisine?Nominee

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titanic awards survey current standings
World’s Worst National Cuisine
1st Britain 25.1% of votes
2nd United States 10.3% of votes
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China

Russia

Germany

Australia

Ireland

3.5% of votes

3.2% of votes

2.6% of votes

2.3% of votes

2.0% of votes


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  4. Lily
    March 24th, 2013 at 23:09 | #4

    NO NO NO!!!! Britain can´t be worst ever!!! (Note: I am not British)

  5. choro in Tokyo
    March 25th, 2013 at 03:06 | #5

    The worst cuisine?It is Korean.British and US are far far better than Korean.Have you ever tried kimchi?This is something fermented. Usually white cabbage with pepper, garlic and salt.It doesn’t include anything like nutrition. Only smells bad, tastes ugly and hot,extremely spicy,colored in orange.Objective of kimch is only to eat white rice more.No need to cook and very cheap.Recently French government prohibited to sell kimchi as poisonous food.However, Koreans believe kimchi is the finest food in the world. Why not to travel to Korea.

  6. anon
    April 1st, 2013 at 05:11 | #6

    @choro in Tokyo
    French government banning the sale of kimchi? Never heard of it. I’ve lived in Korea for 10 years now and I love kimchi. If you don’t like it, that’s fine but don’t insult Koreans and their cuisine by saying that it’s poisonous and the objective of kimchi is to eat rice more…that’s just stupid and ignorant on your part.

  7. anon
    April 1st, 2013 at 05:22 | #7

    Speaking of Korean cuisine, I like bulgogi, kalbi, and bibimbap in addition to kimchi. Some of my friends don’t like kimchi, but a lot of them who were unfamiliar with Korean food instantly liked bulgogi, kalbi (korean style BBQ), and bibimbap in hot stone bowls. I’m also a fan of Chinese cuisine, especially any dish that has chicken meat and delicious sauce! I love sesame chicken, but I heard that it’s not a traditional Chinese cuisine and has been very americanized.

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  12. Arcanemaster
    July 23rd, 2013 at 14:57 | #12

    How people can be stupid…I’m not british, I’m not american, I come from a country who have a world wide acclaimed cuisine (France)…But, despite all, even if GB’s food an american food are not amongst the best, it is definitively not amongst the worst, to my opinion: There are countries were they eats INSECTS, roasted spiders, worms, larvas, or monkey’s brains !!! For them that is normal, but for an occidental it is just disgusting, and as I suppose most voters are occidental, so I think they’re stupid…

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  15. Hindsight
    August 13th, 2013 at 13:37 | #15

    Having lived in Korea, it gets my vote for the most disgusting and unhealthy food. This is a country that gives gift baskets of Spam on their big holiday (they eat countless cheap imitations the rest of the year, making their Korean “sushi” with imitation Spam and processed cheese. (Real ham is almost impossible to find.)

    They are proud of their ability to eat obnoxious food, and show off this skill to foreigners, eating raw garlic with meals and warning them about the “very hot” green peppers, which are next step up from bell peppers. Walk into a supermarket and be prepared to be overpowered by rancid dry fish everywhere, which they consider a snack. Because their grandparents ate a starvation diet, they consider it their duty to teach their children to eat the same marginal food, some of it not fit for describing here.

    Don’t judge Korean food by what you might eat in the U.S., etc., which has better ingredients. Go to Korea, anywhere, the food is all the same dozen dishes in every region. One of the most popular is lightly cooked pork fat. We’re talking bacon without the smoking, salting, sugaring or lean; just plain fat, lightly cooked in front of you. If it actually gets crisp, they insist on throwing it out. This is what they ate when they were starving, and the elite ruling the country was eating the good stuff. The elite still has them conned, with people paying absurd prices for beef that is mostly fat and gristle, while the tender steaks get siphoned off.

    Korean beef is raised in muddy, filthy pens that wouldn’t even be fit for pigs in America, and loaded with antibiotics. And then they tell Koreans that America is trying to poison them by sending them beef contaminated with mad cow disease to protect their overpriced beef.

    As to American food, there is no one American cuisine. You can find anything you want to eat in America, any nationality, any style, any quality. You can’t say that about Korea or most Asian countries. And in Korea they believe American food tastes bad, so they prepare it accordingly. Just try the airline food from a flight departing a Korean airport. And forget the coffee.

    I kept getting sick in Korea until I finally stopped eating the food. They believe in sharing saliva as a fundamental part of social cohesion, so you get whatever germs the other diners are carrying, not to mention the folks who prepared the meals. I knew a Korean who believed he had a contagious disease, but he refused to tell his family or co-workers because then he wouldn’t be able to eat with them.

  16. Hindsight
    August 13th, 2013 at 14:07 | #16

    Oh, and real kimchi is made with fermented fish sauce. And then the whole thing is supposed to be left to ferment for weeks or months, originally buried in the ground in a pot. Nowadays, they have kimchi refrigerators just for kimchi, which kinda defeats the fermentation.

    If kimchi sounds a bit like sauerkraut, forget about finding any. Koreans’s national identity is tied to their food, so they ostracize people who eat foreign food. Real Koreans eat kimchi, and really real Koreans eat kimchi for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They don’t eat sauerkraut, despite the fact that it is fermented cabbage that is loaded with probiotics.

    However, apparently a lot of Koreans these days are mostly paying lip service to kimchi. Complete meals are often delivered to apartments on plates and trays by guys on scooters, who then pick up the dirty dishes later. These are left on the floor outside their apartment door. And a lot of times the kimchi bowl is left with the clear plastic cover intact.

    I believe kimchi is one reason for the insane levels of ADHD in Korean students. Red pepper is a trigger for some kids. You should see them bounce of the walls after lunch, and then fall asleep in class. It can also cause insomnia and nightmares. And eating raw cabbage every day blocks thyroid hormone production, the master matabolism hormone.

    Korean parents are torturing their poor kids with this garbage. They would do better to give junior a breakfast of hot oatmeal. But forget about finding any oatmeal in any supermarket in Korea; it is not Korean food. You will only find oatmeal in stores catering to foreigners, at exorbitant prices, and typically the little flavored pouches.

    But watch what the kids eat when their parents aren’t looking. It is pure junk, candy, pastries, ice cream. And go to a small town and every street will have either a fried chicken place or a pizza place on the corner, or both. The pizza is small and abominable, the fried chicken usually good but way over priced.

    Watch those chicken places and you might find a ton of chicken livers dumped down the storm drain. It is illegal to sell chicken livers in Korea because they consider them unhealthy, as are all forms of liver. They don’t even put liver in pet food.

    But live octopus tentacles are, if not exactly health food, REAL Korean food, which is to say food that shows you can swallow real Korean food. Tip: don’t stop to taste the tentacles or they might stick to your tongue or esophagus.

    Tip: If you get invited out to dinner with a Korean, bring a sandwich and a bag of chips.

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  18. crispywonton
    September 29th, 2013 at 17:43 | #18

    No way is British food the worst. We borrow a lot of foods from other countries most of the time anyway and our ‘native’ dishes are hearty and inoffensive like fish and chips, puddings and roast dinners. I am well travelled and have to say Polish and American food is the worst in my experience. When I went to Poland, bland stew after bland stew and these gross sausages with big lumps of fat in them. American food is highly processed and they add cream and cheese to everything.

    French food is world acclaimed but I have not had a single meal in France over the decades that has been anything other than ordinary. I would actually rank French cooking only slightly better than British.

    I have to say my favorite cuisine has to be Austrian (and incidentally German, as some of the dishes are the same). I have never had anything other than a superb meal in Austria. They win me over for their cakes alone. I also love Cypriot/Greek cuisine which always uses extremely fresh ingredients and lots of delicious olive oil.

    I see a lot of negative comments about Korean food. Their cuisine is not just kimchi alone! It is kind of their marmite. I love it myself.

  19. amit taank
    November 3rd, 2013 at 01:40 | #19

    English food is definitely the worst. Terribly unhealthy and so much is bland

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  21. crispywonto
    November 3rd, 2013 at 19:33 | #21

    @amit taank. Agree on the bland thing, but I didn’t know we were voting based on it being healthy. Many Chinese dishes are deep fried and Indian dishes contain loads of double cream, for example. Maybe it is bland because our country is not naturally fields of spice. Why is English food the worst?

    Eurgh I’m not patriotic at all, it makes me feel gross defending British food. I’ve travelled well and there are many places with food far worse. The main boast I think British cuisine has is the cakes and puddings we make.

  22. Jafo
    November 14th, 2013 at 11:55 | #22

    Anti-Americans get on here having never tasted real american food and rate the USA poorly. It’s obvious these people are uneducated or British. Americans cusine covers all of the ethnic groups because we’re a nation of immagrants. I can have: Sushi, Mexican, Cuban, Brazilian, Spanish, Franch, Italian, Greek, Indian, Chinese, and ect. These sorts of foods and restruants are pleniful. Uneducated people think all Americans eat is fried potato skins, hamburgers and hotdogs. This is the hate filled european media at its finest. These people would be shocked if they ever visted El Paso, Texas and dine at some of these best Mexican resturants in the world. Or dine in California at the Feench laundry or Gary Dankos, 2 of the top ten resturants in the World. People are so ignorant.

  23. Jafo
    November 14th, 2013 at 11:58 | #23

    British food is the worst because most people hate curry and British people. The UK is also an Island and most people are depressed from the small size of the country and the horrible weather. Cooks don’t care and don’t put pride in their food. When the British empire fell, so did your quality of food and everything else. You’re better off killing yourselves or starting a war with russia so they’ll nuke you off of the map. You and the UK would be better off chap.

  24. Jafo
    November 14th, 2013 at 12:04 | #24

    I’ve been around the World as well. And i’d have to say the UK and Holland have the worst food on the planet. Atleast Germany has great beer to go along with their horrible food. I would have to say Italy, Greece, America, Spain,and France have the best food on the planet of any country. Food in these countries are very complex. This is my favorite resturant in the world and i’ve eaten at thousands of them around the World. Even at the Drunken duck in the UK.

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    December 4th, 2013 at 06:48 | #28

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