The best street food from 28 countries of Europe
• The best street food from 28 countries in Europe
The indigenous people of the European countries expressed their views and offered travelers their options of delicious street food, which costs tend to be inexpensive, but it can not only satisfy your body, but also to come into contact with food culture in any country.
Chevapchichi - represents milled roasted sausage meat with onions and spices.
Bosna - it is the name of an Austrian dish consisting of German sausages, onion, curry, mustard or ketchup.
Although the Belgian waffles are still in first place among street food in this country, we offer you another option - fried potatoes with sauce.
Banica - cottage cheese, vegetables, fruit or meat dish puff pastry.
Souvlaki - small kebabs on wooden skewers. Usually used for the preparation of pork souvlaki, sometimes mutton and chicken meat or fish.
Delicious hot dog can be bought all over Denmark.
Herring - a favorite fish of all Estonians. It is usually served with rye bread, condiments and pickles.
Karelian pies - a traditional Karelian pastries, is an open rye pastry filled with rice porridge, barley porridge or pounded potatoes.
Crepes in France are particularly fond of feeding with egg and meat.
Currywurst - popular in Germany, the product of fast food: fried sausage with a special sauce based on ketchup or tomato paste and curry powder.
Gyros - Greek cuisine, similar to the Turkish doner or Arabic shawarma. The difference is that the gyro meat and sauce put fries.
Lángos - cake made of yeast dough that is fried in boiling oil. Served usually with garlic sauce, sour cream, cheese, or all of these ingredients together.
Italian ice cream has long been a legend, and every self-respecting traveler refuse this dessert is not entitled. Latvia.
Cakes with bacon and onions.
Kybyns - a Lithuanian pastry with minced meat or meat.
Gromperentsalot - potato pancakes with onion, fried until crisp.
Imkvaret. This sweet crispy pastry, deep fried.
Pashtel de nata - custard cake with butter cream.
Trdelnik - rolls of pastry sprinkled with fragrant cinnamon, nuts and sugar.
Burekas - similar to Russian pies, but is usually made of puff pastry and baked in the oven always.
Bokadilos - sandwich with ham, cheese, potatoes, tuna or egg.
Sandwiches with fried herring
Pasty - National English pies, stuffed with beef, potatoes and onions