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Your Top 5 Cusine, if you had to choose.

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So, as title states, for me it is (though difficult to put in order):

1. Greek

2. Mexican

3. Indian

4. British

5. Italian

Indonesian and Isaan are close runners up.

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The beauty of being to say a GRAND Chinese or Mexican, etc. is that it can INCLUDE all the regional variations. So why waste one choice on breaking them up?

In that case, all five of mine might have been different REGIONS of China!

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The beauty of being to say a GRAND Chinese or Mexican, etc. is that it can INCLUDE all the regional variations. So why waste one choice on breaking them up?

In that case, all five of mine might have been different REGIONS of China!

Out of interest, which regions would those be?

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Mexican

Lebanese

BBQ (Texas)

BBQ (NC)

The breakfast menu (Western)

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1. French

2. Indonesian

3. Creole

4. Italian

5. Chinese (Szechuan, although I do like northern food - they eat lamb and make more stew style food).

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French/Creole

Chinese

Italian

Thai

Australian

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1 Indian

2 Mexican

3 French

4 Thai

5 Italian

Spanish and English runners up.

Quite difficult as I love a good Fish and Chips but most other English food doesn't bother me.

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1.Thai

2.Indian

3.Chinese (only really familiar with things likely to be found in American Chinese restaurants )

4.Italian

5.American (not fast food, but a few basic things remembered from childhood home cooking & things you can get at a proper urban delicatessen & some things that traditionally are considered regional specialties )

5.1 Sashimi (which I realize isn't a cuisine, but one of my favorites and about all I know about Japanese cuisine).

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Fush and Chups from New Zealand. I always have cravings for these when in Thailand

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