Food and drinks from around the world

Every country has go-to food and drink that the locals love, for them nothing hits the spot more than their favourite food. Although there are countless variations of some of these dishes, we want to see if you know where they are from and or most popular. There are 20 questions and we think that 14/20 is the score the beat. Good luck.

Featuring a bowl of hand-rolled parcels filled with veal swimming in a golden chicken broth, tortellini in brodo is a popular dish in which country?
1. China
2. Italy
3. Turkey

Currywurst consists of a sausage that is steamed then fried, cut into chunks, and seasoned with ketchup and curry powder, then served with chips. Which country is currywurst from?
1. United States of America
2. Germany
3. France

Street food masala dosa, consist of a savoury crepe, made from fermented lentils and rice, is the perfect vessel for scooping up the accompanying sauces and sides. Which country is it from?
1. Afghanistan
2. Nepal
3. India

Somewhere between a pancake and a tortilla, arepas are enjoyed either savoury or sweet, when diners fill these corn, or maize, buns with a range of ingredients. In which country listed below are they popular?
1. Brazil
2. Mexico
3. Venezuela

Mandazi is a slightly sweet street food made of fried bread that originated on the Swahili Coast, in which country listed below is it a popular dish?
1. Madagascar
2. Kenya
3. Algeria

Enjoy the crunch of salty, vinegary chips, and plump, meaty mussels that marinate in white wine, onion and fresh herbs when you eat moules et frites, that originated from which country?
1. France
2. Belgium
3. Spain

Bulgogi, or “fire meat” – a dish made of thin slices of marinated beef or pork, grilled on an open barbecue with garlic and sliced onion is from which country?

1. Philippines
2. Malaysia
3. South Korea

Banh Mi, a golden baguette with French influence, filled with pork pate, pork, coriander, cucumber, pickled daikon, pickled carrots and fresh slivers of chilli and smears of mayo. Which country is know for the Banh Mi?
1. Indonesia
2. Vietnam
3. South Korea

Salty and fatty (the good type), Jamon Iberico comes from the rear leg of a pig, and is native to the Iberian Peninsula in which country?
1. Croatia
2. Italy
3. Spain

Guinness is a dark dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate. In which country is Guinness from?
1. Ireland
2. Germany
3. England

Raclette, a cheese served in front of you, where they melt it and scrape it off a hot grill onto vegetables (usually potatoes). Which country is Raclette from?
1. Austria
2. Italy
3. Switzerland

Aperol spritz, a classic bitter drink, made from prosecco, Aperol and soda water, then add a slice of orange and some ice cubes and enjoy. Which country is the Aperol spritz from?
1. Italy
2. Germany
3. England

Poke, pronounced “pok-keh” (meaning “slice” or “cut” in its homeland), is made up of diced, raw fish with a range of fresh salad accompaniments. Which country is home to Poke?
1. United States of America
2. Finland
3. Japan

Okonomiyaki, a savoury pancake that features eggs, shredded cabbage, meat and a variety of condiments is originally from which country?
1. Japan
2. Russia
3. Taiwan

Skewered meat cooked on a sizzling grill, souvlaki consists of cubes of succulent meat, that can be wrapped up in a pita, and eaten with tomato, onion and tzatziki. Which country are they from?

1. Greece
2. South Africa
3. Spain

Champagne is drunk all over the world but real champagne by name can only come from one country, what country is that?
1. Italy
2. England
3. France

Order a chicken parmigiana if you enjoy a schnitzel, coated in rich pasta sauce, topped with melted cheddar cheese. In which country has this dish nearly become a national icon?
1. Australia
2. England
3. South Africa

Tagine, referring to both the way a dish is cooked and the dish itself, is a traditional dish from which country?
1. Morocco
2. Egypt
3. Albania

In which country would you have andouillette? A famously pongy sausage made from coarsely chopped pork with pepper, wine, onion and chitterlings (intestine).
1. Denmark
2. France
3. Germany

Pimm's, a gin-based drink of fruity goodness is comparatively low in alcohol, great if you want a light refresher. Which country is Pimm's from?
1. England
2. Wales
3. France

All 20 questions completed!

Food and drinks from around the world

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