Greek cuisine ranked among best in the world for 2022


Greek cuisine has been ranked second in the world, according to the 2022 Best Cuisines in the World list by online food guide Taste Atlas.

Users of the platform voted on a poll consisting of 100 different countries for the whole year. Greece scored a total of 4.68/5 points, while the poll’s winner, Italy, scored 4.72/5 points.

Lamb chops with tzatziki. Photo: Simply Delicious.

In the list of 2022 Best Dishes of the World, Greece ranked 15th with the popular delicacy, lamb chops, scoring a total of 4.69/5 points.

Gyros, Giouvetsi and Bakaliaros (fried cod) also made the list of top 50 dishes in the world. 

Source: Keep Talking Greece.

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