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Enjoying popular street food tours is an important part of experiencing the food culture of almost anywhere in the world. Street food itself isn’t particularly new, however, changing trends and the increase in food tourism leaves foodies craving for more.

Depending on the country, each city often has its own speciality or popular traders that are well known locally as the best of their kind. So from Pani Puri in Mumbai to piping hot bowls of snail porridge in Marrakesh or spicy noodles in Bangkok, there’s something for everyone.

As worldwide travel and food tourism become more affordable, avid foodies will discover plenty of tasty local cuisine. Often discovering the food that previously they may not have had the opportunity to try. It also shows a significant change in attitude towards humble eating.

So, ultimately, street food tours are about enjoying food that is accessible to everyone. It also represents a new age of food appreciation. Whilst street food is normally served on the street, their dishes are beginning to appear more and more on restaurant menus. So, basically it’s not just the food trucks that are very popular, but the various dishes that are served.

Top 10 Street Food Destinations in the World

Take a look at these top 10 street food destinations in the world:


Do try a dish of Bak Chor Mee which is minced meat and noodles, topped with liver, a mix of black mushrooms and chopped canned mushrooms.  The best bowl is served at 58 Minced Meat Noodle stall. This is one of the tastiest street food dishes in Singapore, and this family-run stall serves the best bowl in the city.


All over Thailand you will find Som tam (which is papaya salad), a well-known street food dish to try visiting Bangkok. The dish consists of green papaya, dried shrimps, peanuts and palm sugar and fish sauce.

Hong Kong

Here in Hong Kong; curried fish balls are the most authentic Hong Kong street food snack. They are stacked on a skewer and are a popular bite to eat whilst visiting the city. The balls are deep-fried fish balls in a delicious and spicy curry sauce.


The best street food here is - the delicious bánh mì. You will see banh mi stalls throughout the country, that serve these simple but amazingly delicious sandwiches. A slight French touch – as they are a soft baguette, that includes superb pate, pork, fresh herbs, pickle carrots and chilli.


The stunning dish of Aloo chaat is one of the most popular street foods served up in India. Made with potatoes, sweet/sour spicy chutneys and crispy fried rice noodle pieces, you'll be able to taste the real India. As it's a dish you will see everywhere, and it is just perfect to eat at any time of the day. So why not join one of our food tours in Delhi and try some authentic Indian street food first hand.


The very best street food to try is the wonderful Trapizzino! This very tasty street food is really just a top of the range pizza that is folded into a pocket. However, it is delicious and very popular, loaded with fresh toppings and good strong cheese. Book an exciting foodie experience by searching our street food tours in Barcelona for 2022 online here.


Israel’s most famous street food is the falafel. The deep-fried balls are made from spices, chickpeas, and herbs, served within a pitta or salad platter. You will find it throughout the city, in restaurants to market stalls.


Here is where you will get the best jerk chicken on the streets. The spices are an unusual blend of thyme, scotch bonnet chillies, ginger and spring onions. The chicken is actually grilled on pimento wood to give a wonderful and authentic taste.


The best street food in Columbia is Alep, a round corn cake like a thicker version of tortillas and arrives in grilled and topped with cheese serving. Bogota is a good place to enjoy this dish for breakfast. Columbia is also well-known for serving - empanadas, shrimp cocktails, and kebabs.

South Africa

This wonderful country has a rich history regarding its food and offers an unusual snack called Bunny chow. Do not worry, it does not include rabbit meat as the name might suggest! The dish is a hollowed-out loaf of bread filled with different curried options.

Book a Street Food Tour Online with Tabl

If you are a travelling foodie, then our street food tours are something that will definitely keep the taste buds alive! Book a food and drink tour with tabl. and experience authentic food tourism around the world.

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