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THE WORLD'S FIRST GLOBAL STREET FOOD COMPETITION

Big-name, high-end, fancy-pants restaurants may have their place, but for us, we prefer to take it to the streets. We’re more into slurping noodles from nameless shops, grabbing tacos from street corner carts, and snacking on all things served on sticks, served piping hot from a sidewalk grill.

The inaugural #streetfood50 Awards are the first-ever all-international food awards honouring pushcarts, streetside pop-ups, market stall, no-name diners and take-out shops.

Nominations are now open! Is there a *street food stall you love? Nominate them below, or on Instagram using the hashtag #streetfood50, and they could be named one of the top 50 street food vendors in the world!

The winner will be announced in November 2018 and receive $1000 to go back into their business.

And if YOUR nominee is picked- you could win a street food tour for you and your friends.

KHAO SOI KHUN YAI

PINKY MILK

KHAO KHA MOO PRAI SA NEE

Thanks to Anthony Bordain, the North Gate cowgirl is the most famous vendor in town serving khao kha moo… but she’s not the only one.

When you first walk into Pinky Milk you’d be forgiven for thinking you had stumbled into a cartoon-like alternate universe.

You can’t come to town and not try the most classic dish of Chiang Mai at the most classic place. Consider this a cheat in our off-the-grid list.

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Search through the 2018 nominees so far or add your own by using #streetfood50 on Instagram.

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*We're defining street food as any ready-to-eat or on-the-go dish, served from  pushcarts, pop-ups, hawkers, street side stalls, takeaway windows or travelling trucks.

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Forn de La Gloria literally means ‘Bakery of the Glory’ — an apt name since eating one of their llonguets is a heavenly experience.

Come rain, shine or even snow, you’re always sure to find a long line leading up to this family-owned Middle Eastern restaurant..

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Hungry for one of the best fried calamari sandwiches in Valencia? Our local Valencia tour guides recommend Bar El Tostadero, for their...

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Take your favourite rock songs, add in homemade hamburgers and good beers, and you have the makings of a perfect meal in Budapest.

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