THE BEST CITIES FOR STREET FOOD
Souvlaki and pita bread in Greece
Delicious meal at low price! Souvlaki is a dish that consists of meat and vegetables grilled on skewers and can be eaten directly from the skewer or as a side dish. The souvlaki can be also put in a pita bread. The souvlaki and pita bread are one of the best combinations to try when you get hungry in Greece with a lot of options to choose from. You can select from pork, beef or chicken. As toppings you can choose tzatziki sauce, onion, lettuce and many others.
Tacos and tostadas in Mexico
Be prepared to get messy. Pile them with your favourite toppings and dig in. Whenever you visit Mexico make sure you try the authentic tacos and tostadas. Tacos are soft tortillas and tostadas which means toasted are placed into a small flat disk and fried until crisp. A tostada it’s like a taco, but flat. It’s usually made with a fried corn tortilla, topped with refried beans, shredded cheese, salsa, and other toppings.
Bonne Appetite! Who haven’t heard of the famous French baguette? The baguettes can be found pretty much everywhere in France from road side stores and bakeries to upscale restaurants. The long length of bread and its crispy crust are cut in half and it can contain almost anything. The French usually prefer to put just pate or a creamy cheese.
Banh mi in Vietnam
Banh mi for Breakfast, lunch, dinner, fast snack! Vietnam is basically synonymous with delicious; and there is perhaps no greater evidence of this fact than banh mi, the Vietnamese sandwich that beats all sandwiches. The key ingredient is a thinner and crisper Vietnamese-style baguette (made with rice and wheat flour), which is usually filled with a fresh and colourful mix of coriander, pickled carrot, daikon and meats ranging from pork belly to chicken.
Noodle soup in Thailand
Street food is everywhere in Thailand! Noodle soup or Guay Teow, is one of the most popular Thai street food dishes. It can be served with chicken, pork, or beef as well as either rice noodles or egg noodles. No matter how hot the weather is in Thailand, noodle soup is a must! You can usually find street vendors or meals on wheels serving delicious noodle soups. Most vendors throw in some vegetables and either sliced meat, meatballs or wontons. Guay teow can be eaten at any time of day and is particularly good as a late-night snack.