Berlin Street Food – Dream Euro Trip

Author: , September 13th, 2019

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Other than different types of sausage Berlin is not really known for its food. This has changed over the last few years with street food now becoming a big tourist draw. In fact, you could say it is thriving and now cuisine from all around the world can be had in Berlin.

Chai Wallahs

Chai Wallahs have become an instant hit in the German capital thanks to the fact that they bring the vibrance of South Asian cookery to life treating diners to exploding flavors, brilliant colors, and that magic that is Indian cuisine which was lacking before they exploded onto the street scene.

Now, locals and tourists flock to get their daily chicken tikka dishes, spicy lentil samosas, and so much more.

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Jerusalem Street Foods

Author: , May 11th, 2015

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Every budget-savvy travelers loves a good street food destination, and Jerusalem is one of the best. From classic vegetable stalls to fragrant falafel stands, here’s what you should order for affordable eats when you’re in the city.

1. Falafel Chances are, you’ve had an encounter with this staple. Just in case you haven’t, we love the way Upgrd.com’s Rocky Horan describes the falafel experience: “Your palate will be overwhelmed by the flavors of garlic, cumin, coriander, and chick peas all coming together. Don’t be scared by the green look of the inner falafel — as that’s just the extra cilantro and parsley that causes it to turn green.” Wash it down with made-to-order fresh pomegranate juice, usually for just 7 Israeli shekels ($2 USD), and you’ll create a healthy, high-antioxidant feast for less than $5.

By Aly Walansky – Full Story at Shermans Travel | Israel Gay Travel Resources

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Street Food – Trinidad and Tobago

Author: , October 27th, 2013

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One of the first things you’ll notice about the islands of Trinidad and Tobago – besides the rolling mountains, romantic beaches, and endless palm trees – is the deep love of local food by those who know it best. With a unique blend of flavors that come from the islands’ mix of Indian and African cultures, “Trinbagonian” cuisine offers delectable eats, many of which can be affordably enjoyed at roadside stands. Below is a list of must-try street food for your first visit to this Caribbean country.

Doubles

A staple in the country’s street food scene, “doubles” consists of two main components, bara – a fried, yet soft, flour-based flat bread – and channa – a curried chickpea mixture. This vegetarian dish got its name in 1951 when a vender used two bara to hold the channa filling following a request from local students. It can be enjoyed at any time of the day and is widely eaten after a night out on the town. Alternate versions can also be found, including “gourmet doubles” that use a meat filling, and “Chinese doubles” with chow mein. For the standard dish, check out Arabay Ali’s Doubles at 71 Fifth Street in the town of Barataria, just outside Port of Spain.

Roti

This wrap-like snack is on par with doubles as the most beloved street food originating from Trinidad and Tobago, and has multiple variations to try. Named after the flat bread used to make it, roti can be filled with a wide range of vegetables or meat – goat and chicken to name a few – all curried to perfection. A healthier option, sada roti, is made with thicker flat bread and has a vegetable filling. While many enjoy this food on the go, spots like the Alpine Restaurant and Bar in the center-island town of Preysal serve an open-faced version that you can enjoy sitting down.

Authored By Danielle Long – See the Full Story at Sherman’s Travel

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