1.Organic bison at the Bison Grill Bistro, Wales“I love to use produce from an excellent British producer in Wales called Rhug Estate – a wonderful example of a sustainable, field-to-fork farm. My recommendation is the farm’s Bison Grill Bistro where diners can try the amazing organic bison or Aberdeen Angus beef burgers.”Raymond Blanc, Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons “This is one of the dishes that everyone should have tasted. One of my favourites is the one made at Sylkar Bar, in Espronceda Street, and also, at La Ardosa, in Colón Street, both in Madrid. If you are lucky enough to visit Galicia, do not miss the omelette ‘Betanzos style’.”Marta Carnero, Spanish food blogger at www.Pasean2.com “My perfect dish is Grilled Mahi Mahi in a burger bun, homemade fries, coleslaw. Ice cold banks beer.”Dominic Teague, Executive Chef of Indigo restaurant at the five star One Aldwych hotel, Covent Garden 5.Almond cakes with white peach, Corsica”One of the most memorable things I’ve tasted was on a trip to Corsica. We hired a little boat and pulled up on a beach in the Scandola Nature Reserve, accessible only by sea. At the back of it was a man baking, in a wood-fired clay oven, tiny almond cakes with slices of fresh peach in the top of them, slightly singed with woodsmoke. Cake has never tasted better.” Karen Barnes, Editor, Delicious. Magazine 6.Bun rieu breakfast Soup, cai Rang, Vietnam 2.Braised pig’s trotter, Koffman’s, The Berkley, London “I have always had a soft spot for Pierre Koffman’s braised pigs trotter. tweet this It’s such a classic combination of flavours, sweetbreads, morels, caramelized onions all bound with a chicken mousse”.Tom Aikens, founder of Tom’s Kitchen restaurants,London.3.Roasted garlic and rosemary baked ricotta, caseificio borderi, sicily”I would recommend the roasted garlic and rosemary baked ricotta from Caseificio Borderi in Sicily. Single most delicious item of food I have tasted. Not to be missed.”Rob Hunter, head chef at The Gun DocklandsSearch flights to Sicily4.Grilled mahi mahi, ju ju’s beach bar, Barbados “A crab and tomato broth, bun (rice noodles), fresh herbs, chunks of tofu, and much more, it is a lovely departure from the norm. An explosion of flavour in every bite.”Legal NomadsSearch flights to Vietnam7.The Florentine steak at Macelleria Cecchini, Panzano, Chianti.”The grilled steak menu’s grass fed meat is an meatlover’s orgy. Come hungry!”Judy Witts Francini, Italian food blog Divina Cucina. 8.Grill-your-own pancakes, The Old Sugar Mill Deleon Springs, Orlando “For the ultimate “you have to try this before you die” … grill-your-own pancakes at the old sugar mill DeLeon Springs or boozy Wondermade Marshmallows.”Rachelle Lucas, food blogger at The Travel Bite). 9.Bobotie, Bo-Kaap Kombuis, Cape Town, South Africa”Food travellers to Cape Town all want to nab a table at Luke Dale Robert’s The Test Kitchen but with it being booked months in advance, it’s tough to get a table. All the same, don’t leave without sampling the quintessential Cape Malay home food classics like bredies, bobotie and briyani.”Ishay Govender-Ypma, South African food journalist Search flights to Cape Town10.Spanish omelette, Sylkar Bar, Madrid RelatedTop 10 places to eat and drink in Wimbledon, LondonPack the Pimms! We’re off to Wimbledon, where you can fill-up on more than just strawberries and cream.Top places to eat and drink in Brighton for rugby fansBrighton could claim to be England’s coolest city. Energetic local student population? Check. Thriving gay scene? Check. Innate holiday spirit? Check. Brighton is certainly a vibrant place: the ancient lanes of this ex-fishing village centre are now strung with quirky shops and one-off bars, its exuberant Royal Pavilion and unapologetically…14 of the best restaurants in LondonFrom fine dining to hipster hangouts to tables with a view, check out 14 of London’s best places to eat.