Marrakesh, Morocco – Marrakesh is the street food capital of Morocco, offering everything from camel spleen kebabs to deep-fried sesame cookies.
Bangkok, Thailand – Few cities can rival Bangkok when it comes to street food variety and quality. Spicy noodles, glistening rice porridge, tender pork legs -- all can be had for a handful of change and minimal fuss.
Bali, Indonesia – The best satay sticks in Bali are marinated in turmeric, barbecued over coals and then coated with a generous dose of peanut sauce.
Beijing, China – Jiumen Snack Street and Wangfujing Snack Street (pictured) are two popular destinations for tourists looking for a street food extravaganza. Unusual treats include grilled seahorse and scorpion skewers.
Honolulu, Hawaii – Hawaii doesn't only dish out creative street cuisine. It also has a thriving food truck culture with interesting truck designs.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Some of the best banh mi sandwiches, one of Vietnam's most loved exports, can be found on the sidewalk in Ho Chi Minh City.
Hong Kong – You know it's a legit street food city when the Michelin Guide debuted a street food category there. A crispy Hong Kong-style egg waffle is one of the city's favorites.
Cairo, Egypt – Travelers can explore a whole new world of street snacks in Cairo beyond just falafel and shawarma.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Coconut water and tropical fruit juice popsicles are some of the ideal foods to get when visiting Rio de Janeiro.
Mumbai, India – Living in Mumbai, where there's an unbelievable array of cheap eats in the streets, is both a treat and a threat to one's waistline.
Sydney, Australia – The Sydney Fish Market is a wonderful place to get fresh seafood. Peter's Seafood Cafe cooks it in its shop window.
Tokyo, Japan – Home to more Michelin-starred restaurants than any city in the world, Tokyo's street food -- be it raw or cooked -- is hard to beat.
Rome, Italy – Gelato time in Rome is definitely an Instagrammable moment.
Paris, France – Delicious street food. Delicious views. That's Paris.
Portland, Oregon – A churro sundae from Churros Locos, a venue in one of the hippest street food cities, Portland.