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Best Dutch Lunch

Amsterdam
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If you ever need to have an authentic Dutch lunch, I can't recommend enough visiting Rob Wigboldus Vishandel. I had a fried cod sandwich and it was so good I came back 2 days in a row. Can't recommend... Read more

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            Top 10 Street Foods in Mumbai

A street food vendor in Mumbai makes vada pav.
Courtesy of ©Rajesh Pamnani 2018

It may be the financial capital of India and the home of Bollywood, but Mumbai is also a true food lover’s paradise. And if you love street food, you’re especially in luck, as every corner has a stall with a few quintessential dishes—dishes that are part of the daily meal routine for most in the city. From the traditional Marathi breakfast with Mumbai’s ladi pav (fluffy white buns) to the tangy import of South Indian sambhar, there’s something to suit every taste bud here. Many of these dishes are vegetarian, and all are prepared from scratch—sometimes before your very eyes—without any processed chemicals or additives, so you can feel good about what you’re eating.

While you can find these dishes on virtually every street corner of the city, die-hard Mumbaikars know there are certain spots where the tastiest street foods exist at the best prices. It’s a lot to navigate out there, so we’ve done the work for you. Here are Mumbai’s 10 best street foods to try on your next trip to the city.

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Jamaica
  • Curried lobster

    It’s not as common as curry goat, but if you can it, curried lobster (or shrimp) is a real treat—buttery; spiked with garlic, onions, and Scotch bonnet pepper; seasoned with curry powder....

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Kathmandu
  • Sukuti

    If you like beef jerky, you'll like this one: Sukuti is an air-dried meat dish, usually made from buffalo meat, but sometimes also from chicken, duck, lamb, or goat. Thin strips of lean meat are...

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Hobart, Tasmania
  • Wallaby

    Found in the forests and fields across Tasmania, wallabies look very similar to the kangaroos for which Australia is famous, only much smaller and with a thicker fur to handle those cold Tasmanian winters....

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  • Best Dutch Lunch

    Amsterdam

    jad59789

    If you ever need to have an authentic Dutch lunch, I can't recommend enough visiting Rob Wigboldus Vishandel. I had a fried cod sandwich and it was so good I came back 2 days in a row. Can't recomm…    Read more
  • Blown Away by Peruvian Food in Fairview Heights

    Fairview Heights, IL

    eatmorestreetfood

    A good friend was slightly remorseful for having missed my birthday last summer. He offered to take me to the restaurant of my choice. I wanted something different. I had seen an ad in a St. Loui…    Read more
  • Polands classic

    pszczyna

    domaxi198

    I had this traditional polish soup at a place called Pszczyna and it was awsome. Especially, I liked that the are serving it in a hollowed bread    Read more
  • Palermo gourmand

    A'Cuncuma, Via Judica, 21, Palermo

    kimmimanu

    Palermo is known as one of the first street food cities in Italy; nonetheless it's rich in gourmet restaurants for more sophisticated palates. My husband and I went to A'Cuncuma restauran…    Read more

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