Tony usually finds the most authentic food in a country or village is what is sold by local merchants from carts in an outdoor market or roadside stands.Go to Episode
These Hawaiian-style hot dogs are wrapped in a cylindrical bun, which is filled with local toppings like mango and guava.
2301 Kuhio Ave., Honolulu, HI 96815
Wet Taco Stand
This little taco stand serves just about any kind of meat you can think of.
Zocalo, Mexico City
Abu Abdullah's Place
This food stand in Saudi Arabia sells all kinds of mystery meats and a dish that contains sheep's hooves. Tony finds it quite good while his sidekick, Danya, is disgusted.
East Harbor Seafood Dim-Sum Palace (Ying Bun)
Tony, chef Chris Cheung and friends visit the best dim sum house in Brooklyn.
714-726 65th St, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY 11220
This roadside stand sells all kinds of meat, specializing in deep-fried pig parts. The main attraction is chinchurria, which is deep-fried lower intestine.
This open-air restaurant features meat grilled on a small contraption on the sidewalk.
8 Khuc Hao, Hanoi, Vietnam
This is a simple and casual restaurant open to the street that makes all sorts of great Vietnamese street food such as grilled chicken feet and snails.
14/12 Ky Dong St., Ward G, District 3, HCMC, Vietnam
Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken and Rice Stand
Chef Loi Chee Sao attracts loyal fans with his boiled spring chicken rice dish and amazing condiments, which are served from a small stand in the Maxwell Food Center.
Stall 10, Maxwell Food Center, 12 Murray St., 079524, Singapore