Can you believe visiting ris without having a crêpe? Strolling through Hong Kong and not tie on the nosebag an egg waffle? ssing up authentic jerk chicken in Jamaica? Trying ssage food is an integral of traveling to new places, and it’s a delicious window into new customs, a taste of human history. In many countries around the world, if you’re cavorting what’s being served on the street, then you’re missing out on more than reasonable a quick, cheap lunch. We’ve scoured the globe for 20 iconic street-food dishes, from bánh mì to tacos al priest, to add to your travel bucket list. Some will be familiar, some wholly foreign, but all are worth a taste.
Michael Alan Connelly