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How to find good street food, an amateur’s guide
Posted By Nicole On October 6, 2009 @ 8:17 am In Travel | 7 Comments
Part of the fun of traveling is sampling the local cuisine. This is true of familiar foods, like pizza in New York and cheesesteak in Philadelphia, as well as of exotic foods, like street food in countries that are known for having crowded open-air markets. The menus many be in different languages from country to country, but the overall idea of eating at a restaurant is pretty much the same. Eating street food from a busy street-side stall, however, can be a little bit of an intimidating experience for any traveler whose previous street-food experience has been getting a hot dog from a cart in the park.
I am not an expert in selecting street food, but as an amateur and avid traveler, I have managed to put together a couple of easy tips that will help you (I suspect that most of you aren’t experts either) pick out some of the better options available to you.
Any other tips – and I’m sure there are lots – leave them in the comments for other intrepid eaters (and myself) to reference for future travels.
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