Only some places in the world, if any, are as the same with street food as Thailand. For the multiplicity of locations and large quantity of options, we chose Bangkok, Thailand, as our number one spot for street food. Bangkok is notable for both its range of offerings and the city's large quantity of street hawkers.
The undeniable up-and-coming spot for street food in Southeast Asia is Singapore; nevertheless street food previously has a long the past in the city. In the 1950s and 60s, "street hawking" was an extremely popular trade, though, the abundance of street hawkers ultimately created cleanliness and public health issues.
3. Penang, Malaysia
One of the astonishing aspects in researching this article was our member's overpowering keenness for Penang, a small state and island on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, as one of the best street food spots in Asia.
4. Marrakech, Morocco
Multiple Virtual Tourist members optional Marrakech's main square, Djemaa el Fna, as THE spot to find your street food snack while in Morocco. Located in the city's medina quarter (old city), the square have close to a hundred food stalls serving a variety of Moroccan cookery that can be eaten at close by wooden tables on the square.
5. Palermo, Sicily
Italian cuisine is world-renowned, but the country's culture appreciate sitting and lounge over a meal, so though their pizza and gelato have a solemn corner on the "To Go" food market, the Italian street food scene is astoundingly lacking.
6. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Vietnamese cuisine has established some major street cred in fresh memory (Anthony Bourdain's praise comes to mind), and a quick visit to Ho Chi Minh City's Ben Thanh or Binh Tay Markets explains why.
7. Istanbul, Turkey
It's not hard to envisage why a city that straddles two continents is a must-see stop for street food. From the visually-striking stalls selling döner (lamb, chicken, or beef on a vertical skewer) to the balik ekmek (fish sandwiches) sold off of boats, one of the maximum attribute of Istanbul's street food is the assortment of options.
8. Mexico City, Mexico
While Mexican cuisine in other countries has sadly been oversimplified to the taco and quesadilla, a quick stroll approximately the Mercado San Juan, the La Merced, or Centro Histórico in Mexico City will open your eyes to a selection of antojitos (street snacks) accessible.
9. Brussels, Belgium
While we promised an article free of French crepes, we positively can't accumulate an article on street food sans frites! Two stands vying for top spot in French-influenced Brussels are Frit' Flagey in Place Flagey and Maison Friterie Antoine in Place Jourdan, which is also well-known for its assortment of sauces, from the conventional Flemish topping of mayonnaise to a Brazilian take on ketchup and quatre poivres.
10. Beachside Ceviche in Ambergris Caye, Belize
While most street food involves a cart or a hawker center, isn't the definition of street food supposed to be fresh, on the go, and not in a prescribed restaurant? If we define it that way, it's impracticable for us to not mention how great food can taste on a beach, recently caught in salt water and equipped in front of you. While reclamation from a snorkel or sail in Ambergris Caye.