How to eat street food

From Delhi to Singapore many of my most memorable meals have been eaten kerbside. When you’re travelling the best food is generally not found in the overpriced restaurants filled with tourists or (surprise!) at your hotel buffet, but instead on the street.  While every second restaurant in Australia now offers a “street-food menu” and there are any number of “hawker” or night markets. Real street food in Asia is likely to be dirty and disorganised but also delicious.


Click on over to The Guardian for my guide on  how to find the good stuff and ensure you don’t get sick:

One comment

  1. Excellent tips, Cara! All practical with caution. Thank you!!

    Julie & Alesah
    Gourmet Getaways xx

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