This seafood pasta, originating in the Chieti province, ranks 49th on TasteAtlas's list.
The extremely divisive dish, which can be cooked in a variety of ways depending on the region, ranks 60th on TasteAtlas's list.
This weird and hotly debated dish made using partially developed duck embryos, ranks 52nd on TasteAtlas's list.
This Dutch-Indonesian fusion snack made of breaded and deep-fried nasi goreng (fried rice) balls, holds a rank of 74 on the list.
This sweet, spicy and savory London classic is an acquired taste, ranking at number 64 on TasteAtlas's list.
The American answer to baked beans on toast, is diced pork cooked with baked beans, and ranks at number 55 on the list.
This self-explanatory Polish classic isn't for everyone, ranking at number 19 on TasteAtlas's list.
This Khmer Cambodian street food is every arachnophobe's worst nightmare, and ranks at number 14 on the list.
This hangover meal invented in the town of Skellefteå is made by stuffing a calzone pizza with a hamburger, fries and condiments, and ranks 7th worst.
This starchy taro porridge is popular despite its weirdness and ranks 54th on the list.