Savoring The Best of Street Food

Enjoy robust Mexican flavors. Thin slices of marinated pork are placed on a vertical rotisserie like shawarma and sliced onto tortillas. For more flavor, add pineapple, cilantro, onions, and salsa.

1. Tacos al Pastor (Mexico)

Explore Thailand's Pad Thai, a popular street snack. Stir-fried rice noodles with shrimp, tofu, or chicken are spiced with tamarind, fish sauce, and lime for a sweet, sour, and salty taste.

2. Pad Thai (Thailand)

Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwiches combine French and Vietnamese tastes. A crispy baguette with grilled pork, pate, pickled veggies, and herbs makes a tasty portable lunch.

3. Banh Mi (Vietnam)

Try churros (Spain and Latin America) for their sweetness and crispiness. This cinnamon-sugar-dusted fried dough pastry is excellent for a sweet snack while walking.

4. Churros (Spain 

Enjoy Jianbing, a popular Chinese street breakfast. This savory crepe has wheat and grain flour batter, egg, crispy fried wonton, scallions, cilantro, and a spicy or savory sauce.

5. Jianbing (China)

Enjoy the flexibility of classic Colombian and Venezuelan street food. These thick, spherical cornmeal patties can be filled with cheese, meats, avocado, or beans then grilled or baked.

6. Arepas (Colombia and Venezuela)

A scoop of real Italian gelato will cool you off. This luscious frozen delight comes in chocolate, vanilla, tiramisu, and pistachio flavors.

7. Gelato (Italy)

Enjoy Indonesian satay, skewered and grilled. These tasty chicken, beef, or lamb skewers with peanut sauce are a street food favorite.

8. Satay (Indonesia)

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