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How do these cities compare for non-European food?

chowhoundy | Jul 12, 2016 09:32 AM

These are the 10 largest urban agglomerations in North America according to Wikipedia:
Rank Name 2015 population
1 Mexico City 22,100,000
2 New York City 22,000,000
3 Los Angeles 17,500,000
4 Chicago 9,800,000
5 Washington 8,300,000
6 San Francisco 7,610,000
7 Boston 7,350,000
8 Philadelphia 7,300,000
9 Toronto 7,100,000
10 Dallas–Fort Worth 6,500,000
How do these cities compare for non-European food?
Edit: For the purposes of this post, European also includes American and Canadian cuisines, even though these are not exclusively European-influenced. I'm particularly interested in the diversity and quality of non-European restaurants in each city.

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