Street food is the perfect way to immerse yourself and fully get a taste of a town, both in the literal food sense and in the experience at large. Here are some of the best cities to explore by checking out the local street fare.
Singapore has strictly enforced regulations on the street food market and its vendors so it’s a pretty safe place to go exploring in the culinary sense. Popular items include bone marrow soup, peanut pancakes, and noodle dishes.
Sydney doesn’t have a street market but rather many food trucks on the go, so to keep up its best to download the Sydney Food Trucks app to point you in the direction of burgers and truffle fries or gnocchi with lamb ragu.
Street food is a way of life in Istanbul, and its everywhere. Go for a Turkish-style pizza, skewered sweetbreads, filled pastries, or a hot dog and a beer.
You might not be able to stop eating street food in Bangkok, with options available for every meal of the day. Vendors don’t have to be licensed to operate, but the ones that are will be marked with a smiling plate sticker. See how many different ways you can enjoy noodles and rice.