Philadelphia, PA - Chef's Pencil has recently published its most popular ethnic cuisines in America rankings for the entire United States, and Philadelphia ranks in as America's 2nd best city for Chinese food as well as 6th for Italian cuisine.
Philadelphia Ranks as America's 2nd Most Popular City for Chinese Cuisine
According to Google Trends, used as the source of data that not only shows Americans' dining out behavior. But it also tracks the foods which Americans are choosing at home. Google offers data on an entire range of topics, such as national cuisines, and allocates a score that suggests the level of interest in the subject.
For instance, Japanese cuisine includes hundreds or thousands of queries associated with the topic, such as Japanese restaurants, Japanese rice, sushi, sushi recipes, as well as well-known local Japanese restaurants.
Google subsequently counts precisely how often it's searched in countries, regional areas, towns, and cities related to all local online searches and assigns a popularity score. As an example, if New Jersey scores 100 for Indian cuisine and New York scores 80, it does not imply that more searches happened in New Jersey than in New York; it indicates a higher percentage of people in New Jersey than in New York tend to be into Indian cuisine.
See Full List of most popular ethnic cuisines in America rankings at Chef's Pencil
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