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One of the best ways to experience the essence of a city and its traditions is to savour and indulge in the unique flavors, ingredients and presentations of its food. We invite you now to send your taste buds on a tour of the most delicious, mouth-watering cuisines found around the world, featured in several of our Leverage Partner cities.

Paris, France
Home of Emile Garcin Properties

From the traditional (croissants) to the unique (escargot), Paris is renowned for its delicious food. No trip to the city is complete without stopping in a patisserie to grab macaroons and other delectable sweets.

Sydney, Australia
Home of Agency Bowen and Burns & Burns  

Australians do much more than just put a shrimp on the barbie. Meat is a core ingredient in many Australian dishes, and grilling is the traditional way to prepare everything from chops and sausages,  to prawns and scallops.

Tokyo, Japan
Home of Housing Japan

 Many traditional  Japanese dishes are based around rice. Fish, ubiquitous in Tokyo cuisine,  is often grilled, or served raw as sashimi or sushi. Vegetables are commonly deep-fried in a light batter as a tasty tempura.

Tuscany, Italy
Home of Beauchamp Estates

Tuscan cuisine uses fresh ingredients grown in the countryside, with legumes, cheese, vegetables, and fruit as dietary staples. The most prominent cooking additives are wine and olive oil for a rich flavor in pasta and meat dishes.

Boston, Massachusetts
Home of Sprogis & Neale Real Estate

With a coastal location on the Atlantic Ocean, much of Boston's cuisine revolves around fresh local seafood, including cod, lobster, and clams. Boston clam chowder is arguably the city's culinary claim to fame.

Mykonos, Greece
Home of Beauchamp Estates

On the Greek island of Mykonos, fish has always played an important role in the local cuisine. Fresh salads with tomatoes, cucumbers, feta, onions, and olives are a popular choice, topped off with exquisite views of the Aegean Sea.

Austin, Texas
Home of Turnquist Partners Realtors

The Texas capital is known for great food, including Tex-Mex, a north-of-the border variation of Mexican food that incorporates shredded cheese, beef, black beans, and wheat tortillas.

Which one of these cities do you think has the most delicious cuisine? Do you have some favorites to share with us? Please leave your comments in the space below.

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Photo Credits: Paris, Sydney, Toyko, Boston, Mykonos, Austin
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