Street Eats: Europe Pictures

In Paris, London, Barcelona, Prague and Stockholm, tourists and locals can find everything from conventional comfort foods sold curbside to trendy upscale street treats on-the-go.

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British Airways

British Airways

Onboard a British Airways flight between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and London's Heathrow Airport (LHR), passengers have an assortment of lunch options, including cheesecake for dessert. 960 1280

George Ruiz, Flickr   

Air France

Air France

Beef stew, pasta, orzo, bread and more! An example of a warm and filling dinner onboard Air France. Depending on your flight’s departure time and duration, Air France offers an appropriate meal: breakfast, snack or dinner. 960 1280

Pat Guiney, Flickr  

Virgin Atlantic

Virgin Atlantic

A well-balanced dinner onboard Virgin Atlantic’s cross-Atlantic flights. 960 1280

Su Lin, Flickr  

All Nippon Airways

All Nippon Airways

ANA’s (All Nippon Airways) London serves a traditional Japanese meal for business-class travelers. The presentation itself beats a casual airplane food tray any day! 960 1280

Kasuga sho, Flickr  

United Airways

United Airways

Onboard a United Airways flight, lunch between San Francisco (SFO) and Hong Kong (HKG) is a delicious surf-and-turf meal consisting of sauteed prawns and crispy Dakota beef, organic short rib wontons with organic Thai barbecue sauce and sweet-and-sour cucumber relish. 960 1280

Ernesto Andrade, Flickr   

American Airlines

American Airlines

Mmm … who doesn’t love a personal-size cheese pizza? Onboard an American Airlines trans-Atlantic flight, pizza is a crowd pleaser, especially for those smaller passengers. 960 1280

Jessica Spengler, Flickr   

Turkish Airlines

Turkish Airlines

A hearty snack onboard Turkish Airlines. 960 1280

Like the Grand Canyon, Flickr  

Royal Dutch Airlines

Royal Dutch Airlines

It's hard to beat good 'ole comfort food on a long flight. Here, a well-balanced meal is served onboard a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight between Toronto and Amsterdam. 960 1280

Aaron C, Flickr   

Northwest Airlines

Northwest Airlines

Where to dig in first? The entree or the dessert? You'll receive a filling meal onboard a Northwest Airlines flight between Amsterdam to Mumbai. 960 1280

Aaron C, Flickr   

Shanghai Airlines

Shanghai Airlines

Shanghai Airlines offers a simple snack onboard a short two-hour flight between Guilin, China, and Shanghai. 960 1280

chinaoffseason, Flickr   

Continental Airlines

Continental Airlines

Continental Airlines, which recently merged with United Airlines, serves up hearty meals, like this one, on Trans-Atlantic, Trans-Pacific and South American flights. 960 1280

Akinori Hamamura, Flickr  

Delta Airlines

Delta Airlines

An example of Delta Airlines's complimentary meal service. Delta.com offers a detailed breakdown of when the airline serves a full meal. They offer complimentary meal service on most international flights six hours or more, and on select flights to Alaska and Hawaii. 960 1280

ImipolexG, Flickr  

Lufthansa Airlines

Lufthansa Airlines

Flying from Frankfurt, Germany to Beijing on Lufthansa Airlines will get passengers a meal that includes chicken with noodles, potato salad, cake, a dinner roll and tea. 960 1280

chinaoffseason, Flickr  

Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines

In our opinion, Singapore Airlines rules them all in terms of best airline cuisine -- catering to first- and business-class customers. Those traveling between Singapore and Japan, and Tokyo and Los Angeles, have the option of an authentic Japanese fine-dining experience. 960 1280

Karl Baron, Flickr  

Avianca Airlines

Avianca Airlines

This dinner plate onboard Avianca Airlines consists of grouper fillet in bechamel sauce, served with fried coriander, Creole potato, steamed broccoli and sauteed vegetables. 960 1280

Andres Rueda, Flickr  

Korean Air

Korean Air

A substantial vegan meal option is offered onboard Korean Air. 960 1280

Jeff Gunn, Flickr  

Fresh tortilla chips topped with Spanish ham

Fresh tortilla chips topped with Spanish ham

Fresh tortilla chips are topped with Spanish ham at 100 Montaditos, a fast food restaurant in Barcelona. 960 1280

  

Pret A Manger in London

Pret A Manger in London

Pret A Manger, which means “ready to eat,” is London’s most popular local fast food chain, serving local, fresh and healthy meals. 960 1280

  

Charles Bridge in Prague

Charles Bridge in Prague

A ferry passes under the famed Charles Bridge in picturesque Prague. 960 1280

  

Havelska Koruna in Prague

Havelska Koruna in Prague

A cook unveils a cauldron filled with dumplings and beef heart at Havelska Koruna, a fast food canteen in Prague. 960 1280

  

Quick, a Parisian burger chain

Quick, a Parisian burger chain

Patrons enjoy their sandwiches at Quick, a Parisian burger chain that has more than 400 hundred locations. 960 1280

  

100 Montaditos in Barcelona

100 Montaditos in Barcelona

A small plate of montaditos -- small Spanish sandwiches -- at 100 Montaditos fast food chain in Barcelona. 960 1280

  

Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia

The crew shoots Gaudi’s famed Sagrada Familia, a cherished landmark in Barcelona. 960 1280

  

A sampling of montaditos

A sampling of montaditos

A sampling of the many montaditos served at 100 Montaditos in Barcelona. These small sandwiches come in vegetable, meat and fish varieties. 960 1280

  

A Londoner enjoys Domino's

A Londoner enjoys Domino's

A Londoner enjoys a hot slice of Domino's tandoori chicken pizza, which features chicken marinated in yogurt and Indian spices. 960 1280

  

The McTurco

The McTurco

The McTurco, a McDonalds specialty in Istanbul, Turkey, is a beef or chicken patty with hot red pepper sauce served on pita bread. 960 1280

  

Istanbul

Istanbul

Istanbul’s stunning cityscape. 960 1280

  

Pizza Hut in Istanbul

Pizza Hut in Istanbul

A fresh Mediterranean pizza at a Pizza Hut in Istanbul. 960 1280

  

Simit Sarayi in Istanbul

Simit Sarayi in Istanbul

Simit, a crispy, sesame Turkish bagel, is served fresh with tomatoes and cheese at Simit Sarayi in Istanbul. 960 1280

  

Cicchetti

Cicchetti

Cicchetti are Venice’s version of tapas. These small bites range from fried seafood to hard boiled eggs to meatballs or simply cured olives. An entire meal can be created from Cicchetti by ordering multiple plates at the Cicchetteria. Don’t forget to wash it down with some vino. 960 1280

Marco Secchi/Getty Images  

Carpaccio

Carpaccio

Carpaccio was created in Venice and named after the artist Vittore Carpaccio by the Cipriani family, owners of the famous Harry’s Bar. Thinly sliced beef is served on a plate drizzled with Harry’s famous sauce of mayonnaise, crushed tomato, cream, mustard and Worcestershire sauce. 960 1280

  

Risotto

Risotto

Risotto is a common dish throughout Italy, but in Venice, the Risi e Bisi is well known because of one prized ingredient: Peas. Paired with ham and risotto broth, this dish is rich in flavors of the region. 960 1280

Flickr Creative Commons  

Fried Sardines

Fried Sardines

Fried sardines have been a favorite snack in Venice since the 13th century and are served simply with a drizzle of lemon juice, olive oil and parsley. 960 1280

Thinkstock  

Prosecco

Prosecco

Prosecco is the sparkling beverage of choice in Venice, not to mention much of Italy. The Veneto region produces much of Italy’s prosecco and it can be enjoyed alone, in a cocktail, or in a Bellini which was made famous in Venice. Prosecco pairs nicely with the abundant seafood dishes of Venice. 960 1280

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Artichokes

Artichokes

Artichokes are a prized vegetable of the area and can be found in markets in early spring. Early season baby artichokes, or castraure ,are highly sought after for their tender and bitter flesh; fondi di artichiochi, or artichoke hearts, are often found cleaned and prepared and sold in buckets of water in local markets. Fried and served with lemon and olive oil, or layered in sandwiches, artichokes appear in many different Venetian dishes. 960 1280
Fegato alla Veniziana

Fegato alla Veniziana

Fegato alla Veniziana is a local specialty consisting of lightly fried liver with browned onions and a bit of red wine. 960 1280

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Radicchio Trevisiano

Radicchio Trevisiano

Bitter red chickory known as Radicchio Trevisiano is often served in salads, alla griglia (grilled and served with olive oil) and can even be found in some risotto dishes. 960 1280
Pasta e fasioi

Pasta e fasioi

Venice’s version of Minestrone soup, Pasta e fasioi, contains short pasta, fava beans, onion, oil, salt and pepper and has been considered a poor man’s dish for centuries. 960 1280
Tramezzini

Tramezzini

Tramezzini is a different kind of Italian sandwich than the ubiquitous Panini. Various ingredients like tuna, eggs, capers and ham are piled onto thinly sliced white bread and cut into bite-sized pieces. These are also considered Cicchetti. 960 1280
Polenta and Cuttlefish

Polenta and Cuttlefish

The deep black color of this dish -- polenta and cuttlefish -- is derived from the ink of the cuttlefish. 960 1280
Bigoli alla Busara

Bigoli alla Busara

Bigoli alla busara is a regional specialty featuring a thick, whole wheat spaghetti and a sauce layered with the flavors of melted anchovies and onions. 960 1280

Flickr Creative Commons  

Baicoli

Baicoli

A simple dessert, baicoli are dry biscuits often served with coffee and zabaglione and are named such because they resemble the sea bass, a local fish. 960 1280

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