From South Korea to Bali, street eats bring a mix of sweet, savory and spicy flavors -- sometimes all in one dish!
This goose is cooked and ready for sale at the Ning Xia Market in Taipei.
Food guide Theresa Lin shows off the plump oysters in the popular oyster omelet at the Ning Xia Market of Taipei.
The Chiang Kai Shek memorial sits in the heart of modern Taipei, Taiwan.
Sweet tofu with cold beans and pumpkin make for a popular and healthy dish in Taipei.
Chinese pancakes filled with cream or bean paste are a popular street eat at the Ning Xia Market in Taipei.
Seoul food guide James Yoo shows off the snails he's about to eat on the streets of Myeongdong.
Balinese chilies are a key ingredient in sambal, a popular sauce served with most street eats.
This street eat stand in Ubud, Bali, sells as many as 6 roasted pigs each day.
At Jimbaron Beach in Bali, buy your fish from the fishermen and locals will grill it for you, each adding their own special spicy sauce.
The terraced rice fields of central Bali are one of the island's most alluring sights.
A street vendor in Delhi makes jalebi, a sweet dough fried in oil.
A Tibetan immigrant has her daily bowl of fresh noodles on the streets of Delhi, India.
Amazing street eats can be found in the narrow alleys of Chandni Chwok in Delhi.
Singapore street eats are more than simple snacks; they’re delicious whole meals that can be bought for under $5.
Shaved ice topped with green tea and red beans is a cool and refreshing treat during the hot summer days in Kyoto, Japan.
One of Kyoto's most iconic locations, the Kiyomizudera Temple, sits in the lush hills above this ancient city.