Despite amazing flavors and experimentation, Pakistani cuisine came to 47 by getting a rating of 3.96. Biryani, Gulab Jamun, and Halwa Puri are the most mentioned and cherished dishes by the judges. Neighbour India came 5th with 4.72 ratings out of 5.
Recently the famous food website “Taste Atlas” issued a list of countries with delicious cuisines. It came more surprising than anticipation as the hub of food Pakistan came on 47th rank with a 3.96 rating. Pakistani cuisine is one of the most delicious yet surprising food combinations on the earth. Most the international bloggers and YouTubers applauds its food more than anything. But according to the food site, it only gets 3.96 rating which infuriates the netizens instantly.
This site mentioned Biryani, Gulab Jamun, and Halwa Puri as the must try items on the list. Along with that they also mentioned 100 plus dishes and ingredients that make Pakistani cuisine special. Netizens are accusing Islamabad for bad ranking as they serve the most cold and bland food in the world.
The ranking was done according to audience votes for ingredients, dishes and beverages. The top spot on the list was occupied by Italy, followed by Greece, Spain and Japan. Indian cuisine secured the fifth spot with a rating of 4.54 and dishes like Garam Masala, Ghee, Malai, Butter Garlic Naan, Keema were mentioned as items one should definitely try.
The list also gave a list of the places in India one can visit to get the best taste. Places like Shree Thaker Bhojanalay (Mumbai), Karavalli (Bangalore), Bukhara (New Delhi), Dum Pukht (New Delhi), Comorin (Gurugram), and 464 other places were listed.
This tweet with the list has grabbed many eyeballs on the internet. It has amassed over 36 million views with over 15,000 comments. Many people felt that the list didn’t justify its rankings. Some said that the cuisine of their country is better than any other cuisine,
“Lebanon, Pakistan, Thailand, and Jamaica should be in the top 10. How is England on the list? German food? What, kartoffelpuffer & bratkartoffeln?? How are people liking Bangladesh over Pakistan?! Too much stress in one tweet” remarked another person.
In short, this tweet opens a vast argument over good food in the world. Maybe we have to try it all to give our honest review.