The Best Street-Food Cities around the World (part 2)

3. Reykjavik, Iceland

Iceland may not be widely known as a street-food mecca, but they have a secret weapon that earned them a solid place on the list of the best street-food cities around the world. It is Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur, translating roughly to the best hot dogs in the universe, a distinction noted by its sign as well as by the Michelin Guide. It’s common lore that every Icelander has eaten one. Part of the secret is a small amount of free-range lamb, crispy fried onions, and a stripe of remoulade.

Famous for: Hot dogs, hot dogs, and hot dogs.

4. Istanbul, Turkey

Doner kebab may be Turkey’s greatest export but there’s much more to enjoy on the streets of the city formerly known as Constantinople. One of the best evident about Istanbul’s close relationship with their neighboring seas is balik ekmek sandwiches, which top a grilled filet of mackerel with a squeeze of lemon, onions, and greens. More fruit of the sea comes in the form of rice-stuffed mussels, while those who want a funkier meat may turn to kokoreç, aka spitted lamb intestines.

Famous for: Doner kebab, balik ekmek fish sandwiches, Turkish-style lahmacun pizzas, sesame simit bread.

5. Portland, Oregon

Portland has so embraced the concept of street food that it has become a way of life. Most of the hundreds of food carts out there aren’t limited to slinging meats roasting on an exposed spit or simmering in dirty water for days.

The carts are usually clustered together in pods, where there may be beer and sometimes cocktails. And the variety of foods it can offer is astoundingly diverse, from foie gras burger, Ethiopian food, lobster rolls, steak frites, burritos, fried pies, poutine, wood-fired pizza, porchetta, pasta, cake, cheese plates, to lesser-known Thai delicacies, octopus balls, Mauritian curry, hand-churned ice cream, arepas, sushi, tandoori chicken, or a waffle cone stuffed with pulled pork all in one neighborhood. They also have halal food, street meat, or a Chicago dog to offer if you want.

Famous for: Everything, really.

Excellent foods on the streets of Philippines

If you choose Philippines as a destination for your summer, do not miss the opportunity to enjoy super-cheap, delicious street food in this hospitable country.

The street vendors are popular images of the Philippines. Here, you can find countless flavors of passion, cheap price to surprise. The joy of the trip is sometimes simply a good meal …

Orange cake like eyes made from boiled eggs dipped in flour and deep fried. Version for quail eggs called Tokneneng. This delicious fried dish is served with sweet and sour sauce or a special vinegar.

A stretched banana, wrapped in caramel brown sugar, skewered on a sharp stick is an ideal snack as well as an ideal dessert for any visitor who is visiting the Philippines street.

Isaw is also a barbecue, but Isaw has the main ingredient is clean pork or chicken organs, marinated thoroughly then skewered into bamboo sticks and grilled to perfection. Few can deny the appeal of these skewers.

Exactly, Adidas is a grilled chicken leg dish. And wherever it is, food is a favorite of many people. A bit of aromatic taste will be more perfect when it comes to spicy gravy.

The common name does not mean that the corn in the Philippines is processed normally, or at least only brings a sense of moderate taste. This is a really creative dish when corn is wrapped in a plastic cocoon and then boiled until its wonderful aroma awakens the senses. Corn seeds extracted from the core are greatly enriched with salt, margarine or cheese, giving a stimulating taste to enchantment.

Turon is indeed a sweet pleasure. A roll of eggs is covered with sugar, rolled over a hot pan to cover the brown sugar coating on the crust. This unique way of eating brings a richer taste than you think.