In South Korea, Japan, Taipei, Singapore, Bali and India, street eats bring a mix of sweet, savory and spicy flavors -- sometimes all in one dish! From crispy pigskin to octopus to grilled buffalo, it's a ...Go to Episode
An area in the heart of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk used to be the Wall City but now is one of the busiest underdeveloped hubs of Delhi.
Central North Delhi, near Old Delhi
New Delhi, India
Gianyar Night Market
Just 15 miles north of Ubud, this popular market has vendors offering every variety of street food in Bali, including Satay, pork or tuna spiced with tomato sambal and peanut sauce, and Martobak, Bali’s version of a crepe.
Central Gianyar Township
This popular food stand sells the classic Balinese fare of whole pig and fried pig parts.
Jalan Suweta/Tegal Sari No. 2
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Known as a popular beach up and down the coast of Bali, Jimbaran is packed full of surfers, beach-goers and food vendors.
South of Ngurah Rai International Airport
Kiyomuzu-Dera Temple Road
The road to the Kiyomuzu-Dera Temple is one of the few places in Kyoto that has food stands.
Kiyomizu 1-294, Higashiyama-ku
Kuta Beach is Bali’s most famous “sunning spot” with a variety of roadside food stands.
A massive covered market with a multitude of little stalls selling fabrics, clothing and food, including Bin Dae Duk, which is similar to pancakes, made from mung beans with bean sprouts, onions, green onions, garlic and ginger.
6-1 Yeji-dong, Jongno-gu
Seoul, 110-833, South Korea