During our year-long journey we ate some of the best street food around the world. We just didn’t have the stomach to write about all of it, so here are some of our favorite stories from other travel writers about street food.
Meg and Tony of Landing Standing are known for their iron stomachs and willingness to try anything. Here they sample the street food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. But what’s up with that cat in a cage at the butcher shop? Big Flavors in Little China – Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown.
A tea vendor in Kuala Lumpur.
John of Travel Rinse Repeat hails from Denver, but his nomadic career takes him on food adventures all over the world. During his stay in Berlin he pits two local street food favorites against each other: currywurst and doner kebab. Who wins? Berlin street food showdown – Currywurst vs. doner kebab.
In Berlin the wurst vendors walk around with propane tanks strapped to their back.
Tanya and Andrew of the Magic Travel Blog traded office spaces for amazing places. They report on Street food in Bangkok. They also offer handy tips on eating street food safely.
A vendor grills fresh fish in Bangkok.
Cole and Adela of Four Jandals are the Kiwi Adventure Travel Couple. They share the history and tastes of Eating street food in Egypt. It’s a history that goes back several thousand years.
We loved our time in Colombia. The writers at the See Colombia Travel Blog describe the street food so well we want to head back soon. Pay attention to the caramel snacks that are truly a religious experience: Colombian street food: The good, the bad and the strange.
A street vendor in Bogota fans the flames on some fresh grilled corn.
And bringing up the rear, so to speak, is our tasty experience with a barbecue stand serving a mysterious meat in Africa: If you are what you eat, am I an ass?
A taste of kapana in Namibia.
What are your favorite street foods?