Long Beach, CA... we have *everything*. but, I grew up a couple blocks from Cambodia Town, so what stands out most in my mind is the Cambodian (and Thai, at most of the same restaurants, for less adventurous diners) food.
A little Norwegian town in nowhere, USA. Lefse is definitely the most traditional food (its to die for, basically tortillas made out of potatoes and they're heavenly). Along with rosettes (Norwegian deep fried cookie like things) and lutefiske (lye treated fish. It's nasty and just don't understand why the older people eat it)
Boston, Massachusetts, USA -Lobster -New England Clam Chowder -Baked Beans
Or a more local favorite, roast beef sandwiches. They're not like cold deli meat, it's different. It's hot and thinly sliced, and usually comes with a sauce or condiment, depending on the place👍 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=omSzHsq0UOg
I was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK. Yorkshire is famous for Yorkshire Pudding. Not the puffs of wind you can buy in shops, but home made real pudding. Lovely with lashings of thick gravy, or else with jam. Not both together, though!! 😂