Depending on where you're located, in just one day you could eat Cuban for breakfast, Thai for lunch and Peruvian for dinner without having to drive more than 10 miles total. We live in a global food world and it is glorious. But, it also means that there's a lot of new food terminology to learn, and that has left some diners glassy-eyed.
OpenTable conducted a poll and identified the 25 most confusing food terms found on restaurant menus for diners today -- all of them involved another country's cuisine. Luckily, they also defined them for us with the help of illustrations.
Below you can find the 10 most confusing food terms found on restaurant menus. Then head on over to OpenTable's food menu glossary to find the rest.