I always used to think why do people post food pics on their Facebook, Instagram and in all of the social media accounts. So, after traveling almost 40 countries, eating different exotic food, I know how it feel to share those. Here are some of the regular and street food from different parts of the world.
Hummus is a Middle Eastern and Arabic food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
2) Baklava and Turkish Delights in Istanbul (Turkey)
3) SATAY with Peanut (Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore)
Satay is a grilled marinated chicken satay served in peanut sauce. Satay may consist of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, fish, other meats, or tofu. Its popular in Most SouthEast Asian countries
4) Mee Goreng in Singapore (also in Kuala Lumpur)
Its Just Fried Noodles with Chicken, Prawn or veggies. Cheap and really good!
5) Chicken/ Lamb Over Rice (New York City,USA)
One of the regular street food to find in New York City, cheap and delicious. Found every corners of different boroughs of NYC serving lunch to late-night, these carts dish up a container full of chicken rice that tastes like nothing else, crave-worthy and totally singular. Currently, similar kind of Halal Chicken over Rice carts can be spotted in Philadelphia and Boston.
6) Futchka (Bangladesh)
This is probably the most popular snack among the people of Bangladesh. Usually this is available in every city and district of Bangladesh. This is also known as Futchka when it is served on top individual futchkas (Futchka is nothing but puffed and crispy medium size puri. A hole is created on top of futchka and chtpoti is served within it. Futhcka acts as a kind of serving plate). It is also popular among Indians and Pakistanis as Pani puri.
7) Fried Cheese(Smažený sýr) (Prague, Czech Republic)
A big chunk of cheese about 1.5 cm in thickness, is breaded with flour, breadcrumbs and eggs is deep fried in deep fryer or pan. It is served with Salad, Coleslaw and even with boiled potatoes. Somewhat similar is eaten in Germany and Vienna which is known as schnitzel but made with chicken.
8) Felafel (Middle East)
Believed to have originated in Egypt , is a deep-fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, or both. Nowadays its almost every part of the world from Cairo to Chicago, Dubai to Denver.
9) Doner kebab
is a Turkish dish made of meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie, normally lamb but also a mixture of veal or beef with these, or sometimes chicken. It is not just popular in Turkey but also in different part of Europe and Asia whether you are in enjoying chocolate waffles in Brussels or Nikuman in Japan.
There is a middle eastern of Doner Kebabs which is Shwarma; keep that in mind if you are visiting Dubai or any other Middle Eastern cities you won’t get Doner Kebabs but instead Shwarma.
10) Slice of Pizza
This is a street food which is very popular almost everywhere. One interesting moment when I was in Vienna, Austria where I ordered 2 slices of Pizza; later discovered one slice of pizza is equal to 2 slices of pizza, therefore ended up with 4 slices.
A slice of Pizza in Vienna, Austria