Best Street Food Around the World


Fri April 11, 2014

 Is a meat sandwich that you can find all around Uruguay. The sandwich also came with mozzarella, tomatoes, mayonnaise, black or green olives, and commonly also bacon, fried or hard-boiled eggs and ham. It is served in a bun, often with a side of French fries.The secret is how thin is the slice of filet mignon (churrasco beef) that is the main ingredient. From my taste is the best meat sandwich that I ever tasted and as the best traditions in any country, you can find it anywhere and always are good. You can find the receipe here:


Fri April 11, 2014

I know… you can get french fries anywhere around the world. But if you a talking about street food Amsterdam is the hottest spot to have your fries in the street in a paper cone only for a few euros. You can find it all around the city, in any kind of small shops from most fancy to a small dirtie holes that are the best if you are trying to recover from a hang over. Dutch people put infinite kind of topings on top: mayonnaise is my favorite but ketchup, curry, vinegar, etc. Is another pleasure that you cn find it in Amsterdam’s streets.


Fri April 11, 2014


The satay is the perfect definition for the street food. Consist in some kind of meet in a bamboo stik grilled. Easy to eat and with many differents variations. You can see it on China and all around Asia.

My favorites are chicken and pork, but you have a lot more: fish, shrimp, squid, rabbit and tripe and even insect or snake. Not all the flavors are for everybody but i like tho most occidentals.

Is one of the most popular and cheap street food.

Central Park, New York

Fri April 11, 2014

Is classic and It no need a introduction. The hot dog is the king in the street food in one of the most visited cities in the world. In a city where everything is fast, this one is the best option in fast food when you are walkiing around. Maybe the best place to get it is in the Central Park. Is a place where you can find with great green enviroment with the great NY buildings emerging behind the trees.

Costanera Sur, Ciudad de Buenos Aires

Fri April 11, 2014

Buenos Aires CHORIPAN.

Is the street food more popuplar in Argentina. Its name came from the name mix of the ingredients: chorizo (sausage) and pan (bread)

The Argentine chorip├ín consists of a sausage made out of beef and pork, hot off the grill, split down the middle, and served on a roll. The chorizo may be used whole or cut in half lengthwise, in which case it is called a mariposa (butterfly). It is customary to add sauces on the bread, most likely “chimichurri” or “salsa criolla”

Are very commonly sold at sport venues (particularly football games) and on the sides of roads and streets in major cities in Argentina. Taxi cab drivers in Buenos Aires are avid consumers and some street sellers can gather a long line of cabs during lunch time and afternoons when drivers get their lunch break.

The small shops that sell “choripanes”asually are open all night long nd are very popular with the people that reteurn home very late after going out.

Best place to try it are in the river bank in Costanera Norte or Costanera Sur near Puerto Madero.