10 Amazing Street Foods You Have to Taste


A spicy, chewy rice cake that gets cooked in sauce along with fish cake and boiled eggs, tteokbokki is a must-try when you visit South Korea.


A simple mix of french fries and cheese curds typically topped with brown gravy, poutine is a popular street dish in Canada.


Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures, making it a haven for good food. Satay is one of the many street foods you can find anywhere.


Takoyaki is a ball-shaped street food in Japan filled with diced octopus, tempura scraps, pickled ginger, and green onion.


This unique dish features pork sausage that is steamed and fried, then cut into bite-sized chunks, and seasoned with curry ketchup. 


You can find pierogies all over Europe, but nothing beats their home country of Poland. Pierogi is a dumpling made with a creamy filling of mashed potatoes.

 Som Tam

You can t miss out on Som Tam, a papaya salad, if you're in Thailand. It combines crunchy green papaya with chilies, palm sugar, fish sauce.

Ristet Hotdogs

Essentially, the Ristet Hotdog is a Danish version of a hotdog. It starts with sausage, then adds remoulade, onions, ketchup, mustard, and pickled cucumbers. 

Xiao Long Bao

These Chinese steamed bun dumplings are to die for. They are prepared in a woven steaming basket and are typically filled with pork. 

Chicken and Waffles

This combination of sweet and savory is a southern American staple that sounds odd but often delights foreigners curious enough to sample it.