Khao niew ma muang (Mango Sticky Rice)
Cha yen (Thai Ice Tea)
This is a Japanese fish-shaped cake with the various fillings. The most common filling is red bean paste. But you can now easily find other fillings like custard, chocolate, sweet potato and even green tea paste.
Okonomiyaki is a flour based dish grilled with various toppings. The name “Okonomiyaki” is derived from the word “okonomi” (How You Like) and “yaki” (grill). This food can be described in many ways, you can call it either Japanese Pancake or Japanese Pizza.
Tteokbokki ( Korean Rice Cakes )
Hotteok is a Korean sweet pancake and the dough is made from wheat flour, water, milk, sugar, and yeast. Sometimes this Korean sweet pancake comes with a filling consisting of brown sugar and ground peanuts/ sesame seeds.But these days, they have more variety of fillings! such as Nutella and chocolate.
This is a fermented tofu dish which has a very strong odor. It’s called stinky tofu because this food has a very strong and unique smell. Stinky tofu can be found easily at night markets and roadside stands in Taiwan.
Braised Pork Rice
Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork Rice) is the common street food in Taiwan. It contains rice and pork (it can be pork meat or pork belly). The pork is marinated and boiled in soy sauce served on top of steamed rice.
What comes to your mind if you hear “Taiwanese Drink”? Almost all of the people will say Bubble tea. Bubble tea is a very common drink in this world but you have to try the original version from the streets of Taiwan.
One Dollar Ice Cream
This ice cream is very famous in Singapore. You will definitely encounter many one dollard ice cream vendors as you stroll along Orchard Road. This dish is an ice cream wrapped with a bread or wafer and it only cost $1 SGD.
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Hainanese Chicken rice can be found easily in Singapore. You can find it in restaurants, night markets and street vendors. As a tourist, you have to try this dish at least once! The price is reasonable and it is also listed as number 45 on the World’s 50 most delicious foods complied by CNN Go in 2011.
Fried Carrot Cake
Banana cue is a perfect mid-afternoon snack in the Philippines. It is a fried skewered banana cooked with brown sugar. You can easily find banana cue around the streets of Manila and in other places because Banana cue is one of the all-time best selling street food in the Philippines.
MUST TRY food in the Philippines. Balut is a developing bird embryo (duck or chicken) which is boiled and eaten directly from the shell. Even though it looks scary, balut is a common dish in the Philippines that is usually served with beer. The eating of balut is controversial due to religious, animal welfare and human health concerns, but you still can find Balut easily in Philippines.
Dirty Ice Cream
This is a type of ice cream that you can find easily in the Philippines. Dirty Ice Cream is not dirty, it’s called dirty because the appearance of the carts owned by the ice cream vendors. They are pocket-friendly and perfect for your hot sunny day.
Nasi Lemak is a Malaysian national dish which consits of rice (cooked with coconut milk), wrapped up in banana leaf, and with fried anchovies in shrimp paste, chili sauce, egg and cucumbers as its side dish.
Penang Asam Laksa
Penang asam laksa consists of rice noodles in a fishy soup soured with tamarind. This food comes from the Malaysian island called Penang and it has a sour and strong flavor.
Teh tarik (Pulled Tea) is a milk tea beverage which is very common in Malaysia. This tea is made from black tea and condensed or evaporated milk. The name is derived from the pouring process of pulling the drink during preparation.
Egg waffles are one of the most popular Hong Kong street foods and it’s on the 1st ranked of a 100 most popular Hong Kong street listing. Egg waffles are spherical egg-based waffle that cooked between two plates of semi-spherical cells. It usually served with fruit and it has a huge variety of flavors.
Fish balls are, as you can tell, balls of a minced fish meats. It usually served on a stick or in a small cup. You can have cheese or curry sauce as its topping. They usually have two options for curry which is spicy or regular.
Cheung fun is a rice noodle roll seasoned with soy souce. This is a Cantonese dish which is commonly served as a snack in Hong Kong. The roll is made from rice noodle, filled with pork, vegetables, shrimp, beef and other ingredients.
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