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Should one go to an iconic place to eat something not very palatable?

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There is a very funny current thread asking whether the OP should go to the Cafe Sacher to eat expensive Sacher Torte. The thread is funny because most responders agree that Sacher Torte is at best dull, often nasty.

Other parallels might be the best place in London to eat jellied eels or the best place in Normandy to eat tripe a la Caen.

I realize we all have different tastes, but am I missing other iconic dishes that might best be given a miss?

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