Like yesterday’s tip (and Tuesday’s), today’s tip is drawn from the boundless wisdom of late travel legend Anthony Bourdain. It concerns (what else) food—and a clever way to find the go-to food stops in an unfamiliar place. From this Delish story on Bourdain:
“‘Provoke nerd fury online,’ he told Esquire. ‘Go to a number of foodie websites with discussion boards. Let’s say you’re going to Kuala Lumpur – just post on the Malaysia board that you recently returned and had the best rendang in the universe, and give the name of a place, and all these annoying foodies will bombard you with angry replies about how the place is bulls**t, and give you a better place to go.'”
Genius, right? I need to try that in my research on the next place I travel.
Related: How to Find the Best Tacos Near You
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