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What's your street food?馃

I notice Australia doesn't have any, unless it's the gasoline station food. I can classify that as such.
Jeephikelove46-50, F
We have a Street Truck festival in Vancouver, plus at all the markets and most events you can find foods trucks, with anything from Mexican to Greek to Hamburgers & Hotdogs to Sea Food to Indian, like literally anything. Ever have deep fried Oreos or Mars bars?
vorian46-50, M
@Jeephikelove yes to deep fried mars bars...had them in scotland. Like a chocolatey orgasm in your mouth...followed by nausea and a sense of self loathing.
Degbeme70-79, MVIP
Roadkill. 鈽猴笍
calicuz51-55, M
We have Taco Trucks.
MartinTheFirst22-25, M
@calicuz TACO

Coralmist41-45, F
In MA , we have lobster food trucks, mmm!! Lobster rolls, lobster mac n cheese...
Jeephikelove46-50, F
@Coralmist we have one too, I must try it. 馃構
Schwarmas are popular and they are good also.
ButterRobot46-50, M
Is coffee a street food ?
@ButterRobot should be.馃槉
AntisocialTroll51-55, F
Fish and chips.
Classify? 馃槕
MartinTheFirst22-25, M
Swedish style hotdogs with mashed portato and hamburgers with de fries
MartinTheFirst22-25, M
Street food??? Fish & chips is the closest thing we have - unless you can find our (covers @NerdyPotato's eyes) jacket potato man.
cherokeepatti61-69, F
Taco trucks and hot dog stands, taco trucks are probably number one now. I鈥檝e never eaten street foods here.
Zonuss41-45, M
Soul food. Fried chicken, pork chops. brown rice, beans, cornbread, Mac n cheese.
justlooking202351-55, M
I heard Maine sells live lobsters at gas stations. Check the oil too? lol
Corn on the cob is one of my favorites. Fresh and buttered.
Have a look at these :-) https://www.lucandjune.com/belgian-street-food/
Muthafukajones46-50, M
We鈥檙e boring in Canada

Dollar slice pizza
KiwiBird31-35, F
Nasi Goreng
Nasi Jinggo
Babi guling
Clam chowder in a bread boule. Fried clams, and clam fritters.
I don't think we have much of that here either...
swirlie31-35, F
In the City of Toronto, there's a road in town that's actually called Danforth Ave, or more locally known as "The Danforth".

On that 'street' you'll find the finest cooked and ready to eat food from Toronto's multi-cultural genre, that is better than most food you'd find in a restaurant anywhere else in the world.

On The Danforth, those blended cultural restaurants have large front windows that opens up onto the sidewalk, which means you can walk up and buy food like take-out from a vendor's truck, except there are no vendor's trucks on The Danforth! It comes straight out of the kitchen to those front vending windows and that whole area becomes a sea of people who go there with their kids to hang out and eat, drink and be merry without actually going inside a restaurant. If you feel like sitting and eating outside, there are small cafe-style tables and chairs temporarily place on the sidewalk and in the middle of the walking street in front of each restaurant, which are brought in at 1am when things close down.

The Danforth is turned into a 'walking street' everyday at 5pm and people from all over the city and visitors from all over the world converge there to mingle with other people from all over the world. If you ever end up in Toronto, check out The Danforth! It's a walking-street mecca at night during spring, summer and fall!
tk999941-45, M
Pit beef

And people selling crabs on the side of the road 馃

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