The national dish of the United States is your favorite: the hamburger. It's a popular sandwich made of sliced rolls or rolls filled with vegetables, sauces and, of course, meat patties, and then grilled to perfection. Traditional Croatian food is full of healthy and easy to use ingredients, so it's no surprise that national food is a wonderful dish to be eaten multiple times. Gyros, souvlaki and feta cheese are some of the best Greek foods you can try, but it's something even more wonderful than taking the crown as Greece's national dish: moussaka.
Thailand's food culture is based on flavor, and authentic Pad Thai is the most iconic dish you can try. Most Louisiana residents consider jambalaya to be the regional food, while residents of North Carolina, Memphis and Kansas City consider barbecue to be their most revered dish. This is not a definitive list of national dishes, but rather a list of some foods that have been suggested to be national dishes. So it makes sense that there isn't a single national dish or “traditional American food,” but rather several state foods that celebrate the diversity of all 50 states.
Some of the best Italian dishes weren't awarded the “National Dish” award, but it's still worth enjoying your taste buds during your stay in Italy. No particular food has been designated a national dish of the United States, possibly because there are too many regional foods to choose from.