World's Scariest Foods

Hakarl (Iceland)

Fermented shark meat with a pungent ammonia smell that can make your stomach turn.

Casu Marzu (Sardinia)

A sheep cheese infested with live insect larvae, making it a maggot-filled delicacy.

Tuna Eyeballs (Japan)

Large, gelatinous eyeballs of tuna served as a unique and unsettling seafood dish.

Sannakji (South Korea)

Octopus sashimi served while still squirming on the plate, posing a choking hazard to the daring eater.

Thousand-Year-Old Eggs (China)

Duck, chicken, or quail eggs preserved for several weeks or months, resulting in a pungent and visually unappetizing delicacy.