There are many dishes that are native to one particular place. If you ever travel to other places around the world, you may experience foods and dishes that you never knew existed. It does seem that the more remote the place is in the world, then the rarer the cuisine will be. Fewer people have experienced that dish. One factor that could cause a dish to be rare is because of its price.
Many people couldn’t afford to pay for that dish. In this case, the rarest cuisine in the world is caviar because it is so expensive. Only the rich eat that. This food can be part of a variety of country’s meals. It is found in the seas that are located in Asia.
Bird's nest soup is a legitimate delicacy, and it is thought to be an aphrodisiac. This clear, sometimes light brownish dish is made from the dried saliva found in the nests of a bird called a swift. Swifts use their spit to coagulate the leaves, twigs, and other materials together when building their nests. It has similar undertones to chicken noodle soup. This soup is usually found in regions of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.
They are also particularly prized in Chinese culture due to their rarity, and supposedly high nutritional value and unique flavor. The Chinese believe it promotes good health, especially for the skin. It is incredibly precious, and it is mandatory that it is served in relatively copious quantities. Otherwise, it's texture cannot be fully experienced and enjoyed.