I just really like talking about food. And I love recommendations. I was going to make this thread for all cuisine, then I saw how much I'd already written for just Asian food. Feel free to start threads for other continents!
Korean - marinated beef ribs, bibim naengmyeon (cold spicy buckwheat noodles), honey potatoes
Japanese - cold somen, tonkotsu ramen, udon, deep fried anything, sea urchin sashimi, scallop sashimi, tuna sashimi, pickled ginger, okonomiyaki, beef cooked in that sticky sweet dark smoky sauce which I don't know the name of , pasta (I like how they do it light and super al dente), matcha-based desserts
Vietnamese - pho (must contain MSG), banh hoi with nuoc cham, anything with nuoc cham, rice paper rolls with nuoc cham
Thai - tom yum soup, pad ki mao (chilli basil stir-fried noodles)
Malaysian - laksa, satay duh, fluffy roti canai, instant mi goreng
Uighur - lamb dumplings, chewy fat handpulled noodles, square pasta
Cantonese - omg so much. Roast duck, lean pork and century egg congee with deepfried breadsticks, ginger crab, prawn and pork wontons, yum cha prawn dumplings, yum cha open-topped por dumplings, beef brisket with egg noodles, oyster sauce on anything, XO sauce on anything, crispy egg noodles, shark fin soup (for the flavour, I'm happy to not have actual shark in there), jellyfish, egg puffs, tea eggs
Northern chinese - hot and sour soup, xiao long bao/soup dumplings, pig ear, new year cake, dan dan noodles, fried semi-sweet buns with noodly insides (silver thread rolls?), Peking duck
General - really sweet, strong milk tea with evaporated milk. Hong Kong and Malaysian restaurants have the best I've had so far. Salt and pepper squid - who invented that stuff? Curry puffs.