In this series, we bring you the best street foods across the world.
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Vada Pav in Mumbai
A humble street food, it's a deep-fried potato cutlet spiced with sauces and wedged between a bun.
It is the street food that defines Mumbai.
Photograph: Arko Datta/Reuters
Tostadas in Mexico
A plate of spicy squid tostadas, which are like open sandwiches. A crisp, crunchy tostada is usually topped with beans. But people have also been using variations like smoked tuna, shredded pork, chicken and scrambled eggs.
Photograph: Claire Sibonney/Reuters
Ceviche in Chile
Bowls of ceviche, which is essentially a seafood dish marinated in citrus juice and seasoned with spices and herbs, are pictured at the port in Coquimbo near la Serena in Chile.
Photograph: David Mercado/Reuters
Poutine in Canada
Poutine is a dish of french fries, cheese curds and gravy traditionally from Quebec. It is a famous street food enjoyed in Canada.
Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters
Bubble tea in Singapore
Singapore's favourite street food, Bubble Tea is a concoction of tea, flavoured with fruit syrups and topped off with chewy tapioca balls.
Photograph: Str Old/Reuters
Arepas in Venezuela
A fried arepa stuffed with meat and cheese is seen in the restaurant in Caracas September 21, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans.
Photograph: Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters
Turkish bread in Turkey
A Kurdish man sells bread rolls (koulouri) on a hill in Mursitpinar. When in Turkey, this is a street food that you just can't miss.
Photograph: Yannis Behrakis/Reuters
Falafel in Egypt
Chickpea-based hummus and falafel at the famed Abu Shukri restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City.
Photograph: Ammar Awad/Reuters
Gelatos in Italy
Italy is famous for its gelato. You will find it in various flavours, granished with fresh fruits, nuts, etc.
Photograph: Andrew Burton/Reuters
Lead image: Kind courtesy Aaron Logan/Creative Commons