This shop in Old Delhi’s Chawri Bazar has used the same spices for four generations, making this healthy, refreshing fruit chaat oh-so-good. Most people eat Rajendra Kumar’s kuliya chaat in just one bite. And who can blame them?
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In the north of France, in a city called Pipriac, there is a group of dedicated pancake enthusiasts committed to keeping the original “galette” recipe alive. And no, we’re not talking about a crêpe. So what’s the difference? Get ready to find out as the brotherhood—costumes and all—explains the two sort-of similar, sort-of different culinary darlings.
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London’s not all tea and crumpets—there’s a vibrant street food bustling in Old Blighty’s markets. From guacamole-smothered, double cut potatoes to arepas and jian bing, save your appetite for global deliciousness on the go.
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Västerbottensost is a creature of habit—make that a *cheese* of habit. It’s been crafted for over a hundred years in the same factory in the same Swedish village, using milk from the same area. Any attempt to recreate it elsewhere has flopped. Its creators themselves confused, Västerbottensost holds a lingering mystery: what the heck makes it taste so good?
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Mexico City is BIG and with that comes many options for delicious food. So we took it upon ourselves to seek out the best street food vendors in the city. From squash blossoms and “corn smut” to the heartiest sandwich you've ever eaten, Mexico City’s street vendors have something to satisfy nearly any craving.
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Today we're traveling to Mumbai, a city of 20 million people and innumerable edible delights. From the biggest sandwich you have ever seen, to a dosa that’ll fill your pizza fix, we take a culinary journey to find all that the City of Dreams has to offer.
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All this week, we're eating our way through different cities and bringing you the tastiest street food vendors. Today, we travel to Paris and discover a vibrant street food scene that breaks, bends and rewrites the rules. From a galette so beautiful you might mistake it for a bouquet of flowers to a Venezuelan sandwich made with fried plantains, get to know an exciting, ever-growing aspect of French cooking.
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Meet Sydney Berger, our site and social video content manager. She lives and breathes social media (just check out her IG:Sydney loves traveling, and her latest adventure took her to Utah for a week-lon...
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We heard you loud and clear, TripAdvisor fam. After a lot of positive feedback, here is the second part of our guide to Lima, Peru. With more restaurants, yummy desserts and live venues, Mariano is back to give you the top tips of what to do while in...
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