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Street Food Around the World

Match the Street Food to the Country Where It's Sold!


Since savoring some of the best street food in America over the weekend, it's been hard to shake evocative images of portable, ready-to-eat foods from my brain.

While food trucks and street carts are just starting to heat up stateside, peddling food on the streets has been a longtime phenomenon across the rest of the world.

From starfish to cheesy bread, check out what the globe's population is eating, and see if you can guess where they're eating it!

Match the Street Food to the Country Where It's Sold!

Phuchkas

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Lizzie-Fuhr Lizzie-Fuhr 5 years
I'm salivating as I dream of Smazeny Syr in Prague and Currywurst in Berlin. I need to go back and eat my way through Europe.
EvieJ EvieJ 5 years
Yum: I lived in the UK (London and Leeds) for five years, and never - NEVER - have I heard of parched peas. Wow. Something new everyday, right? Apparently, I didn't go to the correct part of the country on Bonfire Night! But sundae? If there's 2 varieties, you should be specific or leave it out. I get sundaes as a street food in the US, so it should be a correct answer.
bengalspice bengalspice 5 years
The Phuchkas question is misleading ... no Indian restaurant calls them that. If you want phuchkas you go to Bangladeshi places. If you want them at an Indian place you order pani puri.
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