In every travel experience, food is a really vital part. Eating food is not only simply eating food, but it’s also about knowing the country culture, history, and culture. The main thing in street food is cheap, stomach filling, traditional taste and the main thing is that utter deliciousness. From dubious-looking night market stalls and stainless steel pushcarts to kiosks and the backs of bicycles, you’ll frequently discover that the real regional cuisine is holding done by a local on the street rather than a big-name series or celebrity-helmed restaurant.
1.Masala Dosa in India:
Southern India is the most favourite and combined with sambar and chutney. It’s quick, cheap, and high in carbohydrates. Ideal for all of the entrepreneurs on the go.
2. Assam Laksa in Malaysia:
The origin of Assam Laksa is unclear with most characters considering it was built in China and refined in different countries as it spread. The spicy noodle soup is made with rice noodles and mackerel and Assam or tamarind which gives it the sour taste. This soup is served throughout Southeast Asia with the Malaysian version being sourer than elsewhere.
3. Pad Thai in Thailand :
Thailand is famous for fast and filling meals, this is originals when it happens to street food from throughout the world. What’s most interesting about Pad Thai, though, is that it apparently isn’t too traditionally stir-fry, Thai. Noodles, and, especially, ‘noodle stir-fries’ are quintessentially Chinese.
4. Currywurst in Germany :
Maybe not the most complex dish by the show but not the worst. When you go to touch down in Germany you need to make an alternative for this favourite dish, which is really a curry sauce ketchup/hybrid with hacked fries and pork sausage. Supremely delicious and always so low!!
5. Hot Dog- United States :
There’s no American street food as classic as the hot dog, and you can find it on the menu at many restaurants, convenience stores, and stadiums in addition to hot dog stands and food trucks in big cities like Chicago, Detroit, and New York, all of which are particularly well-known for their hot dog culture.
6. Singapore: Chicken Rice:
A some of the foods on this program have passed from street side small food to high dining but none as successfully as chicken rice. In 2016 couple street market merchants in Singapore were given the prestigious Michelin Star for cooking perfection.
7. Italy Arancini :
Arancini are stuffed rice balls the size of oranges which are coated with bread crumbs for a crunchy outer texture. They are deep fried and usually filled with ragu mozzarella and peas. They have become a symbol for southern Italian street food and unlike some of the dishes on this list are not well known outside of Italy.
8.Kottu Roti in Sri Lanka :
Kottu Roti has its origins in Batticaloa, in the east of Sri Lanka and is created by mixing together flatbread, egg, meat and spices with two blunt metal blades to a rhythmic beat. Entirely mesmerising to watch, just as satisfying to eat.
A few words of caution before you dive into the exotic world of street food. Hygiene across the world might not be at the standard you are used to. Use the locals as a guide and aim to eat at places that are busy, as a high turnover means the food won’t have been sitting around in the sun for a long time.