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Street Food Around The World

Street food is the heart and soul of international cuisine. Trying local street food is an obligatory point of every travel to new places. It’s the best way to learn something about new culture. We’ve created a list of 21 best street meals that you just must eat while travelling across a foreign country.

Check out the world’s best street food below.

Bacalaitos – Salt Cod Fritters (Puerto Rico/Dominican Republic)

Bacalaitos street food

Gaufre de Bruxelles/Brusselse Wafel – Fluffy waffles with toppings such as fresh fruit, whipped cream, and chocolate (Belgium)

Brusselse Wafel

Bunny Chow – Hollowed-out bread stuffed with curry (South Africa)

Bunny Chow

Chaat – Fried Dough with various toppings like yogurt, chutney, and various spices (India)

Chaat

Cheesesteak – Thinly sliced steak with melted Provolone or American cheese on a soft roll (PA, USA)

Cheesesteak

Currywurst – Steamed and Fried Bratwurst with curry ketchup and powder, sometimes mayo, and fries or a roll (Germany)

Currywurst

Dürüm – A durum wheat wrap filled with minced lamb and/or beef or chicken, tomato, and onion (Turkey)

Durum

Fish and Chips – Battered fish with deep-fried french fries/chips (UK)

Fish and Chips

Hotteok – Sweet fried dough filled with sweet ingredients like brown sugar, honey, peanuts, sesame seeds, and cinnamon (South Korea)

Hotteok

Jian Bing Guo Zi – Fried Egg-based Breakfast Pancake (China)

Jian Bing Guo Zi

Kaassoufflé – Melted cheese, often Gouda, in fried dough (Netherlands)

Kaassouffle

Kolbice – Hungarian Sausages in a baked bread cone with roasted onions, sauerkraut, cheese, mustard, and ketchup (Hungary)

Kolbice

Kwek-Kwek – Battered and deep-fried hard-boiled quail eggs (Philippines)

Kwek-Kwek

Okonomiyaki – Grilled savory pancake with ingredients like cabbage, noodles, green onion, with brown sauce and mayo (Japan)

Okonomiyaki

Pão de queijo – Baked cheese puffs made with cassava flour, sometimes with fillings – ‘recheado’ (Brazil)

Pao de queijo

Pesce Fritto al Cono – Fried shrimp, squid, and small fishes in a cone (Italy)

Pesce Fritto al Cono

Poutine – French fries topped with a gravy sauce and cheese curds (Quebec/Canada)

Poutine

Stekt Strömming – Fried Herring (Sweden)

Stekt Stromming

Suya – Spicy skewered, grilled meat (often beef, ram, and chicken) served w onion, pepper and spices (Nigeria/West Africa)

Suya

Tacos al Pastor – Tacos of thinly sliced, roasted pork marinated with annatto (Mexico)

Tacos al Pastor

Zapiekanka – Grilled baguettes stuffed with mushrooms, cheese, and various meats and vegetables, often with Ketchup (Poland)

Zapiekanka

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