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    japanese vs chinese vs indian vs middle eastern vs italian foods

    which food is the best out of these for you?

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    That order for me, Japanese and Middle Eastern are where they are because I hardly ever eat them.

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    1. Chinese
    2. Italian/North Indian
    3. Middle Eastern
    4. South Indian/Gujarati
    5. Japanese (hardly ever have it, can't stand sushi)
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    Im glad you asked Dass

    For me, It has always been a battle between Chineese food and Italian Foods. But Recently, I have found myself really getting into some Indian stuff (I have a real preference for the chicken tika rogan josh) Ive always been in love with the Pizza, Lasangne, Pasta, and other Italian delights, but I have said it for a while now, and there is nothing mroe English than getting a chineese. I would put them in this order

    Italian
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    Middle Eastern
    Japaneese

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    Dont rate Italian food, used to really enjoy Indian food but not so much now, I enjoy a shawarma after a night out, and I still like Chinese food but it has to be 1 dish and 1 dish only and prepared exactly as I like it.

    Overall, Japanese food is my favourite. A standard Salmon terriyaki with tempura with 2 orders of California roll and Im always a happy man.
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    I love Italian food, i like some chinese dishes and particularly like most of the dishes of any of the others.
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    My favorite national cuisine (at least in the sense of it's Aussie incarnation ) is probably Thai. Anyhow, after that:

    Italian (love all kinds of pastas, particularly matriciana and pesto)
    Indian (saag, aloo gobi)
    Middle Eastern (falafel, shawarmas)
    Chinese (too salty for the most part, but I like sweet and sour and the odd stir fry)
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    Korean food.
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    I love them all - they're all different and can range from brillant to terrible depending on how well its prepared. I can't think of any sensible way to pick one above another given that I love them all.
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    Being a South Indian, i can't go past that. Besides that i don't mind Chinese and Italian. Pretty much any vegetarian food is fine for me tbh.
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    I don't usually eat much foreign food but I've had some sushi before and really enjoyed that, also had the fairly standard chinese food from the takeaway shops.
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    Only one I'm not overly fond of is chinese, though. Eat all the others fairly regularly.
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