A popular snack on Tenerife is fried potatoes served with various special sauces - even chocolate!
Goldies serves up fries with a range of gourmet toppings, prepared by the two trained chefs who own the restaurant in Berlin's Kreuzberg district. They've specialized in fast food.
Joseph Ingram and his family run a snack bar in the countryside of Cayo District. They serve barbecued pork and chicken with rice and beans, vegetables and tortillas.
Tacos al pastor is a Mexican snack said to be derived from the Middle East speciality shawarma, brought to the country by Lebanese migrants. In Mexico the main ingredient is pork marinated in pineapple and chili.
According to her customers, Kadiatou Wade is a real master of beignets, a kind of doughnut. Her winning recipe includes flour, milk, sugar, eggs, yeast, nutmeg – and a few secrets she refuses to share.
Anguilla is an idyllic Caribbean island and a British overseas territory. It's a popular tax haven. But Anguilla has a lot more to offer - not least a rich and varied cuisine. Check out Ken Vanterpool's BBQ.
The Egg Dee snack bar in Jaipur boasts a menu of 250 dishes and sells 500 omelets a day. It's been there since the late 1970s, and has become something of a local institution.
Erbil Günar was one of the first to open a doner kebab shop in Munich, selling traditional meat kebabs. But a few years ago, he made a radical decision and moved to an all-vegan menu. His seitan kebabs are now a huge hit with customers.
Eel risotto is a traditional dish in the Lake Skadar region of Montenegro. It's made with locally sourced ingredients, including red peppers and dried plums.
At the Mercado Municipal in central Sao Paulo, shoppers are presented with a rich array of fresh produce and local delicacies. The market first opened in 1933. Its most famous snack dates back almost to that time - the mighty mortadella sandwich.
Madame Hoang Thi Thuy has a restaurant in Vietnam's Quang Binh Province. On the menu: Banh Loc, or stuffed dumplings. They're very popular. The filling is made of shrimp, pork, forest mushrooms and bamboo sprouts.
Paco Monatine’s Kbine Bleu snack bar is a local legend in Abidjan, Ivory Coast's biggest city. Together with her mother and other relatives, the 22-year-old serves up fried plantain chips. Deep fried for 10 minutes, they're delicious!
In the metropolis of Belém at the mouth of the Amazon River, you don't have to look far for a bite to eat. Açaí is sold at the city's renowned Mercardo Vero Peso market. The slightly bitter palm fruit is packed with vitamins – and eaten best with fried fish.
Drop by a popular snack bar in Sarajevo to sample burek, a pastry stuffed with meat, spinach or potato and served with yoghurt sauce.
Tunisia’s capital Tunis is home to around two million people, and there are many traditional favorites when it comes to food. Safha Toun is a more recently invented cold snack – made of olive oil, lots of garlic, tuna, harissa and egg.
Oysters from Mexico’s Pacific coast are especially prized. They are harvested after one year of growth. In the village of Boca de Camichin in the Mexican state of Nayarit oysters are so cheap they're snack food.
Hot dogs are among the most popular snacks in Denmark. They're sold on every other street corner in Copenhagen, usually served with mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, onions and pickled cucumber.
Kyrgyzstan’s climate is harsh, its food rustic. Like the traditional flatbread called lepyoshka. The slightly sweetened dough is baked for 15 minutes in a clay oven.
Panzerotti originated in Apulia in southern Italy. But they’re also popular in Bologna – and in North America too. They're a deep-fried turnover made from pizza dough. The classic panzerotto is filled with mozzarella and tomato sauce. Buon appetito!
Tielle is a treat from the southern French port town of Sète. It's a savory pie made with tomato sauce and chopped squid. Tielle is popular throughout France as a tasty snack, but it’s also eaten as a main dish.
Residents of southern Thailand's Koh Klang island love roti. It's paper-thin dough is made from flour, eggs, butter, condensed milk, water and salt. Then they're filled with bananas or an extra egg. Even without filling - they're delicious!
At 'Grandma's Kitchen' in Tel Aviv, treat yourself to home-cooked food, made by actual grandmothers The specialty of the house is kzizot, a savory meatball with Middle Eastern seasoning served in a tangy tomato sauce.
In Niger in West Africa, a large part of life is spent outdoors. Brochettes are one of the country's favorite street-food snacks. These kebabs are often served with french fries and sauce.
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