Is food always on your mind when you're traveling or planning a trip? Then this is the list for you: check out the top 11 cities for lovers of street food!
The vibrant street food culture in Singapore is unbeatable, and one of its stalls is even home to the cheapest Michelin Star meal in the world! What makes Singapore unique is the amount of indoor and outdoor food halls packed filled with diverse food stalls (as seen in Crazy Rich Asians). You can experience this amazing culture at Lao Pa Sat and the Chinatown Complex Food Centre.
There's more to street food in Athens than just souvlaki (even though we're big fans). Athens is bursting with unique street carts and food markets. Try out Kafti Patata or The Falafel Project for yummy high quality street food. For an immersive Greek experience, check out Central Market for tasty dishes and and jugs of wine.
Hong Kong is home to people from all corners of the world, and its food scene definitely reflects that. Stop by a mouth-watering noodle stand, or try Lee Keung Kee for Instagram-ready egg waffles. You can now find clusters of food vendors all over the city, so you know there'll be delicious food everywhere you turn!
At first glance, dining in London is a nightmare for your wallet. However, there are street food stalls around the downtown area and a range of diverse markets where the flavor to cost ratio doesn't look so bad. For locally sourced food check out Borough Market. If you're looking to mix some drinks with your meal, you can't go wrong with Street Feast.
Ever dreamed of starting your day with a tasty crepe or fresh baguette? Then Paris is your food heaven. Food markets are located in every neighborhood—you'll be able to find traditional food as well as international cuisine. Make sure to check out L’As du Fallafel (the line can be hectic, but it's well worth the wait).
Sydney is one of the best places in the world to buy and eat seafood. Check out Sydney Fish Market to see for yourself. What we really love about the city is the huge amount of street food festivals hosted annually. Sydney offers everything from Night Noodle Markets to Food Truck & Chocolate Festivals!
Portland is full of food trucks and is pretty proud of it. There are several blocks that become completely taken over by trucks and stalls at lunchtime. You can get anything from locally-sourced foods to exotic international treats. There are so many food trucks options, you can even book a tour of the best ones!
Get ready to consume gelato, gelato, and more gelato! Rome has been filled with vibrant markets for literally a few thousand years. One of the best is Mercato di Testaccio, but make sure to take a step back in time and to visit the Campo de' Fiori market. And obviously don't forget to pick up a slice of pizza from a street vendor!
Over the past few years, the Berlin Street food scene has exploded. Foods stalls have popped up everywhere from abandoned warehouses to refurbished boats, selling fan favorites like currywurst and doner kebabs. With food stalls quickly becoming a permanent fixture in the city, there's now even an annual festival: Stadt, Land, Food!
Street food is everywhere in Bangkok, whether it's a noodle house or a bar on the side of the road! Head over to Tor Kor Market for fresh seafood and fruit—try a piece of durian if you can stand the smell! The city and surrounding neighborhoods are home to Thailand's famous floating markets, where you can grab a snack in a very unique way.
Considered by many backpackers to be the capital of street food, this Malaysian city is packaged with food carts. From satay (meat on a stick) to noodle dishes to just so many soups (make sure to try laksa, a local specialty), there are options for every type of eater. If you have a sweet tooth, be sure to try some type of shaved ice dessert—they're often made with ingredients like condensed milk, rice flour jellies, and even corn.