When in the Windy City you have to grab a Chicago style hot dog.
After a bar crawl through Chicago's Ukrainian Village Fatso's Last Stand was the perfect end up.
It is usually the simplest of things that are the absolute best.
Even though it is an Okinawan specialty I still searched for Taco Rice in Tokyo.
In a pinch I picked up breakfast from McDonald's. Always interesting to see what pops up on fast food menus abroad.
Coney Island style restaurants are definitely a thing in Detroit. Chose American Coney Island to get mine.
Cheap, Fast, Tasty. Currywurst is also THE fast food in Berlin. Even better with a cold Beck's. I went to Curry 36 for my fix.
It's housed in what used to be a public toilet. But don't be deterred. The burger and fries are delicious.
Get to Blue Star next time you find yourself in Portland.
With fries of course.
Perhaps the most coveted pastry on planet Earth: The Cronut from Dominique Ansel Bakery in Soho.
A cruise down a Hong Kong grocer's snack aisle yielded a huge and crazy variety of potato chip flavors. A few of my picks here.
The McArabia: a sandwich made with Arabic flat bread, chicken patties, lettuce, tomato, onion and garlic sauce.
Ventured to Kwang Jang market thinking I would just cruise through to browse but the sight and smell of all the food grabbed me.
The South Korean take on street food (including snacks adopted from America) is playful and always packed with a lot flavor.