A Look At All The Delicious Street Foods You Might Encounter On Your Travels Around The World

Banh Mi – Ha Long Bay, Vietnam


Pad Thai – Bangkok


Sunday Roast Wrapped In a Giant Yorkshire Pudding – Camden, London


Emmentaler Spätzle with Crispy Onions and Chives – Germany


Cheese Sausage – Hong Kong


Bread, Sausage, Fried Onion, Pickles, Cabbage and Sauerkraut – Germany


Shwarma halal chicken and rice – New York


Bun Kabab with Chutney – Pakistan


Deep fried silverback (Chicharron de Pejerrey) – Peru


Food Truck Street Corn (elote) – Ontario


Al Pastor street taco with salsa verde and extra onions and cilantro – Los Angeles


Spinach Gözleme – Turkey


Spamsilog (Spam + egg + fried rice) Philippines


Johnnycakes – Netherlands


Goto (rice porridge) cooked with ginger and garnished with chicharon bulaklak (deep fried pork intestine) and bagnet (crispy deep fried pork belly) – Philippines


Bún Cá (fish noodle soup, approximately $2 USD) – Hanoi, Vietnam


Sukha Puri – Bangalore, India


Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken – Maxwell Food Centre in Chinatown, Singapore


Honeycomb Vanilla Gelato in Seoul, South Korea


Cured ham on a fresh baguette. €5 – Nimes, France


Söğüş (wrap of roasted sheep’s head) – İzmir, Turkey


Chicken pita with fries – Bruges, Belgium

Mariska Lee

Mariska is a recovering attorney who gave up her professional job to discover new perspectives of life while traveling in a 2009 Ford Transit. She has been living the van life for 3 years and has not looked back since.

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