I absolutely love traveling and I am a foodie at heart. Therefore, trying international street food is my number one activity wherever I go. I thought I'd share some of my favorites with the G@g community :)
7. Chili Dog
This baby is from the States. It's basically an upgraded hot dog, with meat/tomato sauce, cheese, onions and mustard. I'm pretty sure you can get them all over the country, but there are some regional variations. I tried it while I was in New York. It isn't my favorite food ever, but it was certainly a pleasant experience.
6. Chinese Take-Out
I'm quite sure everybody is familiar with this little box of awesomeness. For those of you who pretty much lived under a rock for their whole lives - it's fried noodles with some veggies and chicken, topped with soy sauce and/or hot sauce. It's available basically everywhere, but it originated in East Asia. The best thing about this one is that it usually comes super cheap.
These lovely thin "pancakes" are an invention of the Frenchies. They come in many shapes and sizes, and there are endless variations in the toppings. My personal favorite is nutella and bananas, but you can get them with almost anything. Nowadays, they're pretty much everywhere in Europe, but I strongly recommend getting trying them in Paris; the Frenchies know what they're doing.
This heavenly deep-fried dough is probably the most underrated street food ever. It's from Hungary, but it's very popular pretty much all over Eastern Europe. The most accurate description is probably like a salty donut with garlic, cheese, ketchup and mayo. It may not look that appetizing, but it passed crepes, and that's saying something.
I'm especially fond of this one, since it's from my home country. It's a roasted pastry dipped in cinnamon and sugar. I don't know why, but it somehow tastes better during the Christmas season. They recently started putting ice cream, nutella and strawberries in them, I don't know why, but they are better when they're plain. Eat this one in Prague <3.
These fatty sticks of pure joy are from Spain. I've tried them in Madrid and Barcelona, and the ones in the capital were a bit better (idk why). I'm not sure how they make them, but they're sweet, oily and they come with melted chocolate to dip them in. What more could you possibly want?!
1. Döner Kebab
My personal winner and king between fast foods. It's of Turkish origin, but I think they perfected the art of Döner in Berlin, Germany. It's a huge-ass block of meat, and they cut little bits of it with a machette-looking knife (sword). It comes with veggies and a variety of sauces, and you can choose between flat-bread (in the picture) or a tortilla, which is better because it's bigger.
I hope you enjoyed my list of awesome street foods, feel free to disagree and add your favorites in the comments :)