Street foods are a longstanding tradition in Europe. In Paris, London, Barcelona, Prague and Stockholm, tourists and locals can find everything from conventional comfort foods sold curbside to trendy upscale ...Go to Episode
Nystekt Stromming Herring Wagon
Serving a salty fish every way imaginable, this food cart is loved by locals and tourists alike. Try the fried herring on Swedish crisp bread with red onion and fresh cucumber and parsley.
Stockholm 116 45, Sweden
Oosteralms Korvspecialist Cart
Serving up the finest hot dogs found anywhere in Stockholm, this vendor makes handmade sauces and sauerkraut.
114 40, Stockholm, Sweden
Quimet y Quimet
This convivial Tapas bar serves conservas, cold tapas prepared from cans and pickling jars in appetizer-sized portions.
Poeta Cabanyes 25
08004, Barcelona, Spain
Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden
Popular among the local crowd, this outdoor beer garden serves local beers and food such as Utopenci, a hot dog soaked in vinegar, and Skvarky Se Sádlem, pig lard stuffed with fried pig skin, spread on Czech sourdough bread.
Riegrovy Sady 28
120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady
Prague, Czech Republic
Tourists cannot leave Sweden without trying this street vendor’s complete meal: Toonbroodroola, which consists of a flat tortilla with butter, mashed potatoes and grilled hot dog, topped with mustard, ketchup, creamy shrimp salad and lettuce.
113 40, Stockholm, Sweden
Endless varieties of spices, nuts, olives, figs and dates can be found here from around the world.
Mısır Çarşısı Eminönü Egyptian Market
The pedestrian mall around Taksim Square is occupied by various savory and sweet food carts.
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