Street Eats: Asia Pictures

From South Korea to Bali, street eats bring a mix of sweet, savory and spicy flavors -- sometimes all in one dish!

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Fratelli's in NYC

Fratelli's in NYC

Mikey Roe stops to pose before diving into the sausage and broccoli rabe hero at Fratelli's. 960 1280

  

Fratelli’s Pizza Café in the Bronx

Fratelli’s Pizza Café in the Bronx

Fratelli’s Pizza Café in the Bronx is famous for their olive oil-drenched, garlicky sausage and broccoli rabe hero. 960 1280

  

Fratelli’s broccoli rabe pizza

Fratelli’s broccoli rabe pizza

Fratelli’s broccoli rabe pizza is also a late-night people pleaser. 960 1280

  

Crif Dogs in NYC

Crif Dogs in NYC

Mikey meets the customers at Crif Dogs, a culinary keystone of St. Mark's Place in New York City's eclectic East Village. 960 1280

Frank Murray  

Mikey talks to Abdelbaset Elsaued

Mikey talks to Abdelbaset Elsaued

Mikey talks to the head of Halal Guys, Abdelbaset Elsaued. 960 1280

  

Halal Guys

Halal Guys

Halal Guys, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, is known for their juicy lamb platters smothered in insanely spicy red and deliciously creamy white sauces. 960 1280

  

Tribeca in lower Manhattan

Tribeca in lower Manhattan

Mikey films a segment in Tribeca in lower Manhattan. 960 1280

Frank Murray  

Bubby's blueberry pancakes

Bubby's blueberry pancakes

Bubby's blueberry pancakes, among the many breakfast options available at all hours of the night, draw a crowd. 960 1280

  

Bubby's chicken and waffles

Bubby's chicken and waffles

Bubby's is a favorite spot for top chefs in the city, who stop by after a long night of cooking 5-star meals for this extensive menu of comfort food, including chicken and waffles. 960 1280

  

Bubby's steak and eggs

Bubby's steak and eggs

Bubby's steak and eggs hits the spot when you’re craving a hearty late-night meal. 960 1280

  

Crif Dog’s hot dogs

Crif Dog’s hot dogs

Crif Dog’s hot dogs are delivered right to your bar stool at PDT, because nothing goes better with a cocktail than a deep-fried hot dog. 960 1280

  

Hunts Point Market

Hunts Point Market

Mikey finds himself having to talk his way out of trouble when he runs into an officer at Hunts Point Market. 960 1280

  

Crif Dogs

Crif Dogs

One of Crif Dogs’ 16 different dogs with 23 customizable toppings. 960 1280

  

Crif Dogs' tater tots

Crif Dogs' tater tots

Crif Dogs' tater tots compliment the Jersey-style dogs perfectly. 960 1280

  

Cafe Tortoni, Buenos Aires

Cafe Tortoni, Buenos Aires

As Argentina’s oldest cafe, this historic hangout has been a gathering spot for artists, politicians and musicians since the late 1800s. You can’t leave without ordering the local favorite -- chocolate con churros, crunchy fried dough dipped into thick hot chocolate. 960 1280

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Cafe Central, Vienna

Cafe Central, Vienna

A Viennese institution since 1876, this palatial coffeehouse has been a meeting place for some of the world’s greatest minds, from Sigmund Freud to Leon Trotsky. True to Viennese cafe culture, you’ll want to linger for hours in this grand cafe. 960 1280

Torsten Mangner, flickr  

Sant'Eustachio il Caffe, Rome

Sant'Eustachio il Caffe, Rome

Founded in 1938, this small stand-up cafe is a landmark in the heart of Rome, near the city’s iconic Piazza Navona. Drinking espresso standing up is the equivalent of to-go coffee for Italians. No matter how much time you have, order the local favorite "gran caffè speciale,” a shot of sweetened espresso.  960 1280

Michiel Jelijs, flickr  

La Cafeotheque, Paris

La Cafeotheque, Paris

While many cafes in Paris focus on atmosphere more than the coffee, this spot is one of the exceptions. Coffee aficionados, Parisian hipsters and tourists alike all gather at this cafe for the best beans from all over the world, which are roasted in-house. 960 1280

Premshree Pillai, flickr  

Winkel, Amsterdam

Winkel, Amsterdam

A favorite of locals and tourists alike, this charming corner café is known for its appeltaart (Dutch apple pie). But it’s also a great spot to sip on coffee, especially because of the outdoor seating, with its front-row view of the bustling farmers market nearby.  960 1280

Kathleen Rellihan  

Toma Cafe, Madrid

Toma Cafe, Madrid

To keep up with this high-energy city, you’ll need plenty of caffeine. The locals head to this tiny bustling café to refuel with favorites such as cafe con leche (espresso with milk) and alfajores (caramel biscuit sweet). 960 1280

Yukino Miyazawa, flickr  

Kaffeine, London

Kaffeine, London

While the caffeinated beverage of choice in London is tea, coffee (good coffee, too) can still be found in this city. Inspired by the cafes in Australia and New Zealand, this independent coffee spot is always packed with those in search of an expertly brewed cup of java.  960 1280

elisabet.s, flickr  

Caffe Vita, Seattle

Caffe Vita, Seattle

Virtually anywhere you go in Seattle, you’re an arm’s length away from a great cup of coffee. So if you ask a Seattleite where to find the best coffee, be prepared for a lengthy list in response. A local favorite, this cafe specializes in small-batch coffee roasting and even offers the general public a chance to learn the secret to its artisanal brewing with its Public Brewing School. 960 1280

Kathleen Rellihan   

Reslau, Auckland

Reslau, Auckland

New Zealand invented and perfected the country’s signature coffee drink -- the flat white, a shot of espresso blended with steamed milk, no froth. This award-winning cafe is one of the best spots in Auckland to enjoy an expertly crafted flat white topped off with a home-baked treat. 960 1280

Moira Clunie, flickr  

Double Tall, Japan

Double Tall, Japan

While you might think that the Japanese drink green tea all day, coffee is becoming more and more popular in this country, especially with the younger generations. While the iconic vending machine is a popular way to get your caffeine fix to-go, there is a small band of quality coffee shops in Tokyo, with Double Tall leading the pack. Known for its latte art, the coffee’s presentation -- and taste -- will wow you. 960 1280

Cloganese, flickr  

Mikey Roe at Beth's Café

Mikey Roe at Beth's Café

Mikey Roe shows off this monster omelette served with endless hash browns at Beth's Café. 960 1280

  

Mikey Roe at Beth's Café

Mikey Roe at Beth's Café

At 3:20 a.m., Mikey sits down with the customers at Beth's Café, his last stop of the night. 960 1280

  

Beth's Cafe in Seattle

Beth's Cafe in Seattle

Beth’s has been serving hungry Seattleites oversized breakfasts for more than 50 years. 960 1280

  

Beth's Cafe in Seattle

Beth's Cafe in Seattle

Adventuresome eaters order the 12-egg omelet, complete with toast and hash browns. 960 1280

  

Mikey films outside of Li’l Woody's

Mikey films outside of Li’l Woody's

Mikey films outside of Li’l Woody's, a late-night staple in Seattle known for their unique spin on burgers and shakes. 960 1280

  

Li'l Woody's famous New Mexican burger

Li'l Woody's famous New Mexican burger

Li'l Woody's famous New Mexican burger is topped with a homemade cheese sauce and green chilies brought in straight from New Mexico. This burger is only available from August to September when the peppers are in season. 960 1280

  

Li'l Woody's in Seattle

Li'l Woody's in Seattle

If you’ve ever dipped your French fries in a milkshake, you know that this combination of sweet and savory is delicious. At Li’l Woody’s, it’s called “Crack,” and late-night feasters can’t get enough of it. 960 1280

  

Mikey stands outside of Off The Rez

Mikey stands outside of Off The Rez

Mikey stands outside of Off The Rez, Seattle’s first and only Native American food truck, serving up a unique fusion of Native American and Mexican cuisines. 960 1280

  

Utilikilt in Seattle

Utilikilt in Seattle

Mikey gets fitted for a kilt at Utilikilt. 960 1280

  

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

Mikey meets a customer in a kilt at Biscuit Bitch, where owner Kimberly Spice works her magic using only an electric griddle, an old-school oven and her mastery of biscuit baking. 960 1280

  

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

By day, this late-night joint is an intimate coffee shop that goes by the name Caffe Lieto. But at exactly 10 p.m., it turns into the Biscuit Bitch. 960 1280

  

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

When the sun goes down, this place transforms into an after-hours madhouse with biscuit breakfast feasts of grand proportions. 960 1280

  

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

Biscuit Bitch in Seattle

But you better get to Biscuit Bitch fast if you want to secure a meal -- once the biscuits are gone, the door closes for the night. 960 1280

  

Mikey Roe in Seattle

Mikey Roe in Seattle

You never know who or what you’ll find wandering around late at night … Mikey meets a late-night denizen who has a beast waiting to be fed. 960 1280

  

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