5 Islands For Visitors Who Want To Eat Delicious Food

When we travel to island,we often attractived by its beautiful landscapes.But we want to find something to eat.So lots of people want to find a place where has lots of foods to eat.Today we introduce 5 hot island in the world which can enjoy the local food or other countries foods.

1.Kauai, Hawaii
Voters reminisced about their meals on Kauai, which included fresh papaya picked each day from a tree on the property, as well as casual cafes such as Caffé Coco, serving purple sweet potato samosas with banana chutney or Kalaheo Café & Coffee Co—head over for a South Shore Breakfast.

             

2.Golden Isles
“Food is phenomenal,” reported one WBA voter of Georgia’s glowing barrier islands. Seek out low country cookouts (the Cloister’s sunset supper with boiled peanuts corn on the cob, and fried chicken enjoyed at gingham-covered picnic tables) and a veal roast at The Lodge on Little St. Simmons Island, served with red potatoes and asparagus.

           

3.Vancouver Island
Chefs on Vancouver Island work closely with local farmers and artisans. The practice is evident at Sean Brennan’s Brasserie L’Ecole, as well as Sooke Harbour House, where an organic garden produces more than 200 herbs, greens, and vegetables and stars in the daily menu. Dishes have included smoked tuna with a begonia emulsion, pickled radish, cucumber, and fairytale eggplant, or a wild lettuce and sunflower seed salad mixed with garden-grown lettuces, herbs, and flowers.

        

4.Majorca
There’s so much more to Majorca than beaches. Catalan culture thrives here, and it’s especially evident in the food. At Castell Son Claret’s restaurant, Zaranda, Madridian chef Francisco Pérez Arellano crafts haute plates like stuffed rabbit loin with snails and spinach. In the capital city Palma, the restaurant Patron Lunares serves grilled octopus in chimichurri and rice with fish, potato, and saffron aioli.

       

5.Malta
Restaurants and bars in Malta’s capital city, Valletta, have helped revived ancient, shuttered streets. Check out Palazzo Preca, a project from sisters Ramona and Roberta inside a 16th-century space, serving classic dishes such as Spigola in mido (filleted sea bass and leeks with wine and garlic) and vitella al limone: veal in lemon sauce.