Street food is always an attack on the senses, yet some are far stronger than others.
From the sizzling hot dog stands on Manhattan’s street corners to the colorful night markets of Hong Kong and Taipei, street food vendors have become part of the fabric of cities around the world, providing snacks and meals for millions, regardless of social status or income.
From mouthwatering coconut pancakes to grilled rat.
Just because it’s one of the richest countries in the world doesn’t mean you’ll have to break the bank to visit.
Thailand’s legendary food will surprise and delight with its variety and freshness.
Maybe pack some stretchy pants?
One tiny island, one huge street food culture.
If you only eat at upscale restaurants geared to foreigners, you’ll miss out on the chili, fish sauce, and bright herbal flavors that define Thai cuisine; you’ll also miss out on some of Thailand’s true culinary giants.
In the words of Post Malone, “She just wanna do it for the ‘Gram”.
Nosh on Columbia arepas, curry fish balls from Guangzhou, and Afghani mantu while enjoying the prettiest views of Manhattan from Governors Island, right in the middle of New York Harbor.