10 most popular foods in the world according to TasteAtlas.

Tortilla is an essential Mexican flatbread made from corn or wheat. It has a long history in Mexican culture and is hand-pressed from masa harina or wheat flour.

1. Tortilla (Mexico)

Yakiniku is a Japanese grilling technique, inspired by Korean dishes like galbi and bulgogi. Raw meat and vegetables are grilled at the table, served with various sauces.

2. Yakiniku (Japan)

Croissant is a flaky, crescent-shaped pastry made with butter and yeast dough. It has Austrian influences and is traced back to a celebration of victory over the Ottoman Empire.

3. Croissant (France)

Tofu, a vegan product, is made from coagulated soy milk. It comes in firm and soft varieties and is a versatile ingredient in various cuisines.

4. Tofu (China)

Also known as glass noodles, they are translucent and mild-flavored noodles made from mung beans, yams, or other starches. They're used in soups and stir-fries.

5. Cellophane Noodles (China)

Tacos are a popular Mexican street food, consisting of various fillings placed on soft tortillas. They come in a variety of styles and flavors.

6. Tacos (Mexico)

Ramen is a Japanese noodle soup that originated in 1910. It features wheat noodles in a salty broth and is commonly served with different toppings.

7. Ramen (Japan)

The burger has German roots and is a quintessential American food. It's made with beef patties, onions, and condiments, often served in a bun.

8. Burger (USA)

Sushi is a traditional Japanese dish made with vinegared rice and various fillings, often rolled in seaweed. It has different forms and ingredients.

9. Sushi (Japan)

Pizza has a diverse history, with flatbreads originating in the Middle East and topped versions in ancient Rome and Greece. Modern pizza as we know it comes from Naples, Italy.

10. Pizza (Italy)