When traveling, trying out the street foods is a great way to learn and soak in the culture of a place. You often find the locals selling and buying in these markets or stalls or stands, taking a quick sweet or savoury bite to go. It’s also very economical if you’re on a budget! Just make sure to try to be as hygienic as possible to avoid getting sick. Tip: if the same person is handling food and money, skip that place.
From better-known street foods like gelato in Italy and poutine in Canada to some not so known like bakso in Indonesia, and halo-halo in the Philippines, you can read below and learn more about each of these food items and some more from across the world.
Around The World In 20 Street Foods – An infographic by the team at SousVideTools.com
Do you have a favourite street food?