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Help me eat my way thru Europe! :)

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Thanks to the awesome travelers on this forum, I've created a great itinerary for my European adventure coming up in July and August. Now I'd love to get everyone's opinion on the best places to eat. We are adventurous, non-fussy eaters who love it all. I'd love to know:

1) the best moderate sit-down place or "street" food that's a real gem for lunch and/or dinner

2) the one "fancy-schmancy" restaurant we should definitely try

3) misc "must-have" foods of any particular city -- whether it be a pastry, gelato, a sandwich, candy, etc...

4) No kids are traveling with us, so no worries about fussy eaters or crying

Here's the travel plan:

SPAIN
Madrid (one month)
Barcelona (weekend trip)
Seville (weekend trip)

PRAGUE (3 days)
City center

DRESDEN (2 days)
City center

SCOTLAND (staying with friends)
Glasgow (5 days)
Edinburgh (day trip)

AMSTERDAM (3 days)
city center

BRUGES (1 day/night)

PARIS (4 days)
city center (2nd arr)

All we need now is great food. :) Many thanks.

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