13 Street Foods From Around The World You’ll Want To Devour
You’ve probably seen over the last week or so that our Catering department have been winning awards like nobody’s business – and rightly so! But these foods from around the world don’t half look shabby either…
1. Mochi Doughnuts, Tokyo:
2. Okonomiyaki, Osaka:
3. Dosa, Kerala:
Dosa is a gigantic South Indian crepe made from rice and lentils. You can get different types of fillings, like paneer, mint, or the traditional spicy potato option.
4. Méchoui, Marrakech:
Méchoui is slow-roasted lamb that’s massively popular across Morocco. The best stall to try it from is Mechoui Alley in Marrakech, which sells generous off-the-bone portions with freshly baked bread and olives.
5. Milkshakes, New York:
6. War Fries (Patatje Oorlog), Amsterdam:
Frites oorlog for breakfast in Berlin! Dutch for "war fries," they're twice-fried fries topped with peanut sauce, mayonnaise, and chopped onions. Might look like a battlefield on a plate, but they're a party in your mouth 😋 #latergram #frites #fries #fritten #fritesoorlog #warfries #frenchfries #streetfood #berlin #germany #europe #berlineats #mitte #berlinmitte #instafood #instayum #foodporn #friedfood #deepfried #peanutsauce
Patatje Oorlog are a heavenly mix of chips, mayonnaise, onions, and satay sauce, and it’s served in a cone – an ideal on-the-go snack.
7. Satay, Kuala Lumpur:
Satay is seasoned, grilled meat or vegetables on a stick with peanut sauce, and you can get pretty much every variation of it in Kuala Lumpur.
8. Corn, Bali:
A great on-the-move snack is fresh corn on the cob, which is barbecued right in front of you with a selection of butters (chilli, garlic, etc.) and it’s cheap as chips.
9. Shumai, Hong Kong:
Shumai is a super popular Hong Kong street food, that comes in a fish or pork filling. They taste best when drizzled in chilli oil and shoved straight into your mouth.
10. Kottu (Koththu), Colombo:
Kottu is an evening snack made up of spiced vegetables, meat, eggs, and roti that’s cooked in front of you on a flat grill.
11. Hor Mok, Phuket:
So, these are adorable. Hor Mok is tangy servings of steamed crab or fish mousse, wrapped up in banana leaf.
12. Spanakopita, Paphos:
Spanakopita is baked feta and spinach pie, wrapped in crispy filo pastry. You can get it both as a slice of pie and as mini parcels, and it tastes extra delicious when dipped in tzatziki.
13. Churros, Barcelona:
Churros are sticks of fried pastry dunked in cinnamon sugar and served with a pot of chocolate.