We're pretty sure that you've been looking for the best all-inclusive resort in your spare time to plan your post-Coronavirus trip, but are you checking out the foods served in all-inclusive resorts? Probably not, unless if you're a foodie.

So, we're going to make some suggestions for your next trip. All-inclusive resorts are known for providing seamless experiences so you can rest assured you'll be treated like royalty by the staff. All-inclusive resorts are supposed to nudge you to try new foods, not the typical foods you usually eat, and learn new things about food (and maybe yourself). We know it might be a nerve-wracking experience, but hey, you're on vacation and you should explore new horizons.

Without further ado, here's a list of 10 foods to skip at all-inclusive resorts, and what to eat instead.

10 Ditch The Pizza For Flatbread

Both pizza and flatbread have crust, so what's the difference between the two?

Pizza dough is made with yeast, while flatbread is prepared with unleavened dough. Moreover, pizza is common in the US, so why bother with pizza when you're dining at an all-inclusive resort? Ditch the pizza for flatbread!

Flatbread comes with a thinner crust and healthier toppings. Plus flatbread is a little more photogenic, so your Instagram photos are likely going to get more "likes."

9 Skip The Filet Mignon And Give Bison Tenderloin A Try

The average American has an appetite for filet mignon, but it's not the only top-shelf meat out there.

If you swing by the Vermejo Park Ranch in Raton, New Mexico, you'll find out that the all-inclusive resort helps its guests connect with local wildlife such as massive herds of elk, deer, pronghorn antelope, and bison. The latter is also part of a rather exclusive farm-to-table dish of bison tenderloin with horseradish and sun-dried tomato garnish.

8 Step Up Your Japanese Food Game With Hibachi Instead Of Sushi

Sure, sushi is fresh and delicious, but if you want to try another Japanese novelty, you should look into hibachi. Hibachi means "fire bowl" in Japanese, and this is part of the reason why Americans who have tried hibachi fall in love with the chefs grilling their meat or seafood dishes over open flames. It's an enticing sight to see, as the chefs combine food and entertainment, and the food turns out to be superb!

7 Trade In Your Chicken Burrito For A Duck Chimichanga

For those of you who have a passion for Mexican food, you might want to think about making a trip south of the border.

The Paradisus Los Cabos in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico offers its guests with seven restaurants who prepare their tasty meals with high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients.

One of their most popular dishes is the duck chimichangas with mole poblano sauce and radish, and it might make you want to forget about your chicken burrito.

6 Better Yet, Try Argentine Cuisine For A Breath Of Fresh Air From Mexican Fare

If you really want to take a break from Mexican fare, try Argentine cuisine.

You can find Argentine cuisine during your stay at Club Med Cancun Yucatan in Cancun, Mexico, one of the best resorts for foodies. The Club Med Cancun Yucatan may not be the most authentic Argentine restaurant, but it's close enough as Mexico isn't too far from South America.

Give the Argentine classic choripan sandwich a try, and who knows, maybe you'll like it just like you like chorizo!

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5 Kick Things Up A Notch With French Toast With Huckleberries, Not Strawberries

French toast is part of a decadent breakfast, but if you want to kick things up a notch, try French toast with huckleberries instead of strawberries.

The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana focuses on locally-sourced and sustainable food, and French toast with freshly-picked huckleberries is one of their specialty dishes. And, if you want a protein along with it, their hand-made sausage will delight your tastebuds during your next breakfast or brunch on the road.

4 Pork Loin? Nah, Let's Dig Into Deer Meat

Let's take a step back and check out the Vermejo Park Ranch in Raton, New Mexico.

Vermejo Park Ranch helps guests connect with wildlife, including deer. Therefore, Vermejo Park Ranch offers elk (deer) loin on its menu. That's right. You can order elk with two sides for lunch or dinner. When it comes to the latter, you can choose from brussels sprouts, macaroni and cheese, roasted carrots, grilled asparagus, whipped potatoes, and green chili grits.

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3 Jerk Chicken Can Replace Herb Chicken

Yes, herb chicken is simply delicious, but have you ever had jerk chicken? If not, then you should book a trip to the Blue Waters Resort & Spa in Antigua. It's nestled on 17-acres of tropical garden, and its restaurants steal the show with their Al Fresco entrees with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea.

Bartley's Restaurant offers a variety of fan favorites such as jerk chicken with West Indian herbs. It's definitely a crowd-pleaser!

2 Forget Spam Musubi, Fish With Pineapple Salsa Is The Real Deal

Spam musubi is common in the US, particularly in the West Coast, but if you want to try another Hawaiian dish, head over to Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, in Kapolei, Hawaii.

At Aulani, you can try their grilled island fish with pineapple rum sauce and pineapple salsa. That's a lot of pineapple! So, if you're a big fan of pineapple, you should try that dish and maybe even a pineapple cobbler for dessert.

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1 Skip The Coq Au Vin And Opt For Escargot

We've saved the best for last.

If you're craving French cuisine, you should stray away from coq au vin and opt for escargot. Escargot is a French dish consisting of snails that are cooked in parsley and garlic butter. Escargot isn't for the faint of heart, so if you manage to try such a dish at an all-inclusive resort like the Secrets Silversands Riviera Cancun in Puerto Morelos, Mexico, give yourself a pat on the back.

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