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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 on sticks, served piping-hot from a sidewalk grill. Cue the inaugural #streetfood50 Awards. 

The top 10 voted vendors for the best street food are in:   

Bucharest | 
Chiang Mai | Hanoi |  Jerusalem | Kuala Lumpur | Mallorca |  Marrakech | Mexico City | New Delhi | 
Singapore 

Thanks to AirAsia, a film crew was sent to make a mini-documentary of each of the nominated vendors. See their videos below! Based on the story of the vendors shown, the judges have given one vendor the title of Best Global Street Food and the winner will receive $1000USD to go back into their business.

Congratulations to local Kuala Lumpur vendor Daniel Adi. Daniel's family has been lovingly making street snack murtabak for generations. Watch his video below. And be sure to check out @TheStreetFood50 on Instagram. 

In partnership with        

KHAO SOI KHUN YAI

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