Many restaurants and dishes that used to be considered unusual are now far from exotic. The gastronomy landscape is growing ever more diverse, as are the inspirations on our stovetops at home. Fusion and crossover foods go a step further, combining ingredients that are, culinarily speaking, worlds apart. To name just a few: sushi burritos, cronuts (donuts made from croissant pastry), cruffins (muffin-shaped croissants), doner kebab pizza. Retailers are adjusting their offerings accordingly. So, regardless of whether physical travel is possible or not, we can at least take a culinary journey. It’s a trend that will certainly be around for a while – with or without coronavirus.