International Street Foods
Hawker stands and food carts are a common sight in Asia and throughout Europe. On land and waterways, these street-food vendors serve hot or cold food items traditional to their region.
Berlin's most popular street food is the doner kebab -- and Mustafa's Gemüsekebap is the most famous food stall to get it.
Outside of Tokyo's famous Tsukiji Fish Market, fish and giant oysters are on the grill -- almost ready for sale at one of the many hawker stands.
Under the train tracks in the Ameyoko area of Tokyo, you'll find vendors selling this unique version of a Japanese omelet.
A popular Japanese snack is rice flour cakes, also known as age-manjyu. The cakes are stuffed with flavors like pumpkin and sweet potato, then deep fried.
Pav bhaji is a thick, spicy potato stew -- a popular "on-the-go" lunch at foods stands in Mumbai, India.
A quick snack on the busy streets of Mumbai is roti, a flatbread baked in traditional wood-fired tandoori ovens, as it has been for centuries.
Whole roasted fresh fish, giant prawns and spicy dipping sauce are popular at the floating markets in Bangkok.
Fresh papaya salad with black crab is a spicy and popular dish found at street-food stalls all over Bangkok.
In Hong Kong, you'll find dumplings of every kind similar to these vegetable dumplings sold at hawker stalls across this crowded city.
A makeshift kitchen is set up on a boat at a floating market in Bangkok. Wonderful produce is also served at many of the traditional Thai floating markets, such as Bang Khu Wiang and Taling Chan. Many more floating markets can be found all over the country and in close proximity to Bangkok.
Baked cookies for sale at Jerusalem's popular Mahane Yehuda Market.
Juice stands are popular across Israel. The fresh juice offers a delicious relief from the subtropical heat.
Dates and dried apricots for sale on the streets of Jerusalem. A tradition dating back 2,000 years.
Sticky rice with banana wrapped in banana leaf is a delicious street food found all over Bangkok.