One of my favorite types of food to eat is Mexican. In
it is cheap, delicious, and everywhere.
Here it is more expensive, not as authentic, and just not the same. Obviously, the reason for this is that Georgia
is a lot farther way from Mexico ,
and, unfortunately, as far as I know Mexicans have not really immigrated to England Europe
at all. So the fact that there is
minimal Mexican influence is not surprising.
What did surprise me is the prevalence of Asian cuisine. There is quite a variety: Thai, Chinese, a lot of Indian, and a lot of Sushi bars. I understand the Indian connection, but why is there so much more Asian influence here? I realize that
Other than the various Asian restaurants, a lot of the food here seems similar to American food- definitely not the same- but similar. So what kind of food is actually authentic English food? I don’t think I have ever seen a restaurant in
specifically serving “English” cuisine, and I am not sure if the food from the dining
hall counts; they serve french fries(chips) and ketchup every night. Have you noticed any items on the menus of
the local restaurants that seem to be specifically English? Is it more than
just tea and fish and chips? America