I love food. To me, new and exciting foods is the best part about travelling the world. Here are our top three travel articles of the week to make your mouth water!

Brioche French Toast at Aoyama Flower Market Cafe, Tokyo.
Brioche French Toast at Aoyama Flower Market Cafe, Tokyo.
Photo By: Sarah R. Peets

Food is why I travel. Food is why many people travel. This week our wonderful bunch of writers gave us so many food options to enjoy. Sit down and devour these locations! From biryani to coffee to the best mac n’ cheese you will ever eat, we have you covered.

8 Famous Food Places in Karachi, Pakistan

"Karachi is the boss of all traditional cuisines, and the best part about this place is they have both cheapest and the most expensive places to eat." - Maryam Shakir

Karachi, Pakistan is a place I never considered visiting until I read the articles from one of our newer writers. Maryam Shakir paints a beautiful and delicious image of her city and put the restaurants you can’t miss in the forefront. From pasta to sushi to biryani and all of the carbs you can only dream of, this is an article you need to peruse if you have never thought of Karachi cuisine. She gives a wide range of price options as well, so it is worth checking out even if you’re looking for something on the cheaper side.

4 Coffees You Must Try While in Vietnam

"You can't ignore coffee's importance to the Vietnamese way of life." - Robyn Palmer

I want to travel the world and drink coffee. Is that too much to ask? Robyn Palmer doesn’t think so! Robyn delves into the culture of Vietnam and their love of coffee. She reminds us how important it is to slow down as we make our aromatic pour over in the morning. The sweet condensed milk is a brilliant addition to any average cup of joe. My favorite on the list is the coconut, which I want to try or recreate at home.

5 Great Food Spots in Manhattan’s East Village

"Everytime I go to New York City, I always try to visit a new food spot in Manhattan's East Village." - Ally Kutz

I must admit, I am biased on food options in the East Village. If there is one thing that is true, then it is that the East Village has some of the best places to eat in the City. Ally Kutz directs a tour through the East Village, showcasing the savory, sweet, international, and even spooky restaurants the neighborhood has to offer. S’MAC is one of my personal favorites, with amazing options of exciting mac n’ cheese that even the pickiest of eaters will love!

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