A study commissioned by the New York Bakery Co. found that in an average week, Brits will consume meals from no less than three different parts of the world - Chinese, Italian and Indian the most popular. Thai, American and Mexican food also proves a hit amongst hungry Brits.
And three in five people consider themselves to be adventurous when it comes to their food, sampling delights from around the world.
A huge 52 per cent of people surveyed also re where they want to go away based on the cuisine they can try there.
Christina Honigfort, head of marketing at New York Bakery Co., said: "Authenticity is at the heart of creating dishes that taste as good at home as they do in the country the recipes and cooking or baking methods originated in. The research shows that Brits are passionate about this authenticity. It's easier than ever to keep your kitchen stocked with authentic products and ingredients that match the tastes of the cities that inspired them, from bagels in the delis of New York to spices from markets in New Delhi.
"Here at New York Bakery Co., we're all about celebrating authenticity and take inspiration from the city that runs on bagels everyday - New York. From the sights, sounds and tastes of Brooklyn and Little Italy to the genuine boil and bake method behind all our bagels, our roots are what allow us to add that big New York taste to breakfast and lunchtimes occasions across the UK."