Best African Dishes – Top 4 African Dishes!

Africa is a continent in which there are thousands of different cuisines blending and flowing into one another. It’s truly a place where a myriad of dishes can be found and all of them equally delectable! Want to find out about the best African dishes?


Ful medames – Egypt

A dish that’s almost as old as time, it consists of fava beans and spices cooked in olive oil. This dish is usually cooked overnight and consumed for breakfast with pita bread and eggs.


Breyani – South Africa

A one-pot dish, breyani is made of marinated meat, rice and spices with fried onions and boiled eggs. Popular at feasts for feeding a multitude of people, this dish is a classic.


Bunny chow – South Africa

An interesting street food dish, this consists of a bread loaf section hollowed out and filled to the brim with a piping hot vegetable or meat curry! The dish was brought to South Africa via Indian labourers.


Piri Piri chicken – Mozambique

Influenced by Portuguese cuisine, Galinha à Zambeziana is a portion of chicken cooked with lime, garlic and Piri Piri sauce. You can find it in almost any Mozambique restaurant that you look in, like restaurants at Anantara Medjumbe Island Resort for example.


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Traditional Local Dishes in Thailand – A Mouth-Watering Experience

Thailand’s cuisine is world-renowned, because of its mouth-watering dishes. When in Thailand, you must have a list of culinary delights that you want to try! Listed below are a few you may enjoy.


Guay Teow

A popular Thai dish that can be found almost anywhere, Guay Teow describes any type of noodle soup. It’s made with either chicken, pork, rice noodles or egg noodles. Sometimes, wontons or meatballs are added to the broth. This delicious snack can be eaten at any time of the day.


Tom Yung Goong

This spicy shrimp soup is rather iconic, and a favourite among several people. Different variants of this dish are made globally, however, for the authentic dish you ought to try it in its origin country. You can taste this dish at a number of Chiang Mai restaurants in close proximity to resorts and hotels such as Anantara Chiang Mai Resort.


Yam Talay

This is a spicy seafood salad that’s also considered a healthy meal option. You’ll come across a combination of squid, mussels, shrimp, scallops or crabmeat in it, together with onions, tomatoes, and rice glass noodles.


Pad See Eiw

Wide rice noodles; stir-fried in soy sauce with chicken, pork or beef as well as Chinese broccoli or cabbage. If you cannot handle a lot of spice from other Thai dishes but want to branch out, this thick noodle dish is ideal.



A combination of meats together with mushroom or mint originating from Isan, in the north-eastern province. This spicy salad is extremely spicy; therefore it is not recommended for those who cannot handle spice.

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Food in Tioman Island – A guide on the island’s food options

If you’re looking for a small island getaway that’ll remind you of all good things in life, Tioman Island is a perfect choice. There are plenty of things for you to do in Tioman, so you’ll never get bored. Here’s a small guide on the food you can expect on this island.

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Western food

You’ll find an abundance of western food if that’s what you’re looking for. There are quite a lot of options that are served at different restaurants and resorts, such as Berjaya Tioman Resort. For those wanting to taste a bit of home when they feel slightly homesick, especially cooked western food awaits you.

Local food

If you’re staying around the local villages, you’re bound to come across several Tioman Island restaurants that serve the local cuisine. It’s best if you walk around the villages and restaurants in the area, looking through the menus before deciding what to settle with. If you’re up for being adventurous, you can try out several local dishes and you just might find a favourite!


Finding food in Tioman will be a challenge if you’re a picky eater. Local dishes in Tioman aren’t so costly, however, if you’re looking for western food, these tend to be more on the pricier end. There are plenty of bars and pubs around Tioman, where you’ll find people hanging around in the evenings and the wee hours of the morning.



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