I know it means “Food around the world” but I need a more complex and detailed answer. Cannot find much on Google
International Cuisine means the different cooking of the world from around the world’s many countries and nations. Each country has its own cooking/cuisine and each cuisine is an art in itself. Favorites cuisine are Italian, Caribbean, Portuguese, Indian, Southern, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, French etc. Most countries have a well-known or famous dish or ingredient that is associated with their cuisine. But what-ever cooking you try, it is always fun and enjoyment to savor dishes from so many different countries.
What Is International Cuisine
There is no such food as ‘international cuisine’, except you cooking every possible dish that exists in the world and bunging on one plate. Which would be weird and nasty, and you would need an enormous plate!.Restaurants that advertise themselves like this should be avoided if you like good freshly cooked food, where the chefs and you can really appreciate the way a range of ingredients and spices are carefully put together so it tastes great.
If you want to be more adventurous about food, think about what you’ve eaten so far and what you’ve liked and not liked. Look further into the flavours you really enjoy and then explore the countries that use those flavours. And also try something you’ve never eaten before- some tastes take a bit of getting used to but turn out to be brilliant.
The restaurants i know who offer international cuisine ,serve lots of meat (usually barbecued,often until it is completely “dead”) It is often more balcan style than really international,nothing asian,spanish or what have you.When international Hotels offer it,it means not international specialties,but more like average,what everyone can eat,not necessarily helal or something,often expensive dishes but never too spicy.If on holiday,try restaurants where lots of locals eat.For typical foreign food,make sure that italian food is not cooked by asians or vice versa
Cuisine that is not from your country
It means dishes dat dun originate from yer country.
“Food that is not from America”.