Thanks to a diverse ethnic mix and the entrepreneurial spirit of its inhabitants, New York City has a plethora of quality street food vendors.
Check out our list of 15 street foods to try in New York City…
You’re never too far away from a pretzel cart in New York and that is why we are starting off this list with a classic. The New York pretzel is a solid choice for those looking for a salty snack that can be eaten on the move.
The Halal Guys serve up a range of traditional Halal food, from simple chicken and rice to lamb gyros.
Classic middle-eastern fare with the added draw of fresh smoothies including some interesting flavour combinations such as strawberry, raspberry & Thai basil.
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Not only sweet Belgian waffles but savoury ones too! Classics such as strawberries and cream and not so classic salmon & cream cheese salad.
This food cart is owned by a former executive chef – Muhammed Rahman – who does amazing things with lamb, including marinating the stuff overnight in various blends of herbs and spices. If there is one street food you try in NYC, make sure its the Kwik Meal Cart.
Superb Korean dishes that are customizable. From grilled meats to noodle bowls and soups Korilla BBQ has a fine selection for fans of Korean food.
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Serving stuffed pita breads using only the freshest ingredients, Uncle Gussy’s is a Midtown favourite.
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Selling freshly blended fruit juices for half the price of the big organic shops, if you’re on Broadway be sure to check it out.
There are plenty of hot dog carts to choose from but Sabrett Hot Dogs are the real deal.
Traditional Vietnamese Banh Mi prepared to order using those soft French baguettes. Delicious and reasonably priced.
The owner of this cart, Thiru, prepares vegetarian crepes that make for the perfect light bite.
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Cakes made from combining cookies with ice cream. Perfect for those with a sweet tooth.
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A fusion of Asian and Mexican cuisines producing interesting dishes such as kimchi falafel quesadillas.
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For the vegans among us, the Cinnamon Snail produce baked goods from vegan donuts to vegan cookies among other treats.
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A varied selection of sandwiches that all have one thing in common – plenty of melted cheese.
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