Mouth-watering foods made famous by movies

Mouth-watering foods made famous by movies

There's a reason why product placement exists in movies, so audiences can be influenced to purchase those products which are associated with their favourite actors or characters. For the following movies, however, there was no intention to push these foods on purpose. (Except maybe butterbeer – everything in "Harry Potter" can be turned into lucrative businesses). It's just that, they were served up so well in the scenes that audiences just can't forget about them. Scroll below to see our favourite foods that are made famous by movies.

Who would've thought that one of the most iconic food scenes in cinema comes from
a movie about dogs? This Tony's Spaghetti and Meatballs is basically a staple for
any romantic dinner now, thanks to Disney's "Lady and the Tramp".

Whether the titular queen of "Marie Antoinette" ate cake or macarons, Sofia Coppola's 2006
movie helped popularise macarons so much that there's even one named after the queen.

Timpano, timballo or timbale – doesn't matter what name it goes by, the Italian baked
dish is sure to impress with its size. After 1996's "Big Night", it received a boost of popularity
as everyone tried recreating the timpano shown in the movie.

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