I don't know how interesting others would find them, but I would have to say Oysters on the Half Shell. No thank you; I won't be eating them ever again.
Oh I'll never forget this one, grilled alligator steak
It is a dish called tulang. It is actually bone marrow. You are served 2 large hollow bones that have been cut in half. The bone marrow is still inside the bone so you need to knock the bone on the plate to get it out. And then you just consume the marrow.
It is not actually as bad as it seems as the bones have been cooked and the marrow tastes like butter.
rattan fruit or littuko. it's skin is light brown and it looks like scales. The fruit itself tastes really sour.
lychees were very interesting when I first tried them. I'd never heard of them before until my boyfriend (at the time) brought some home...neglecting to tell me that they had pits inside!
Your picture of the breadfruits reminded me that they're pretty disgusting. I'd have to go with a prickly pear cactus, although breadfruit is right up there. Being vegetarian, there are only so many odd foods lol.
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