Being able to love the world’s cheap eats requires a little understanding. Embracing the simplicity of street food is important. We’re talking cheap and cheerful, a backpacker’s heaven, so please don’t hand over a dollar and expect gourmet excellence. You pay for what you get – most of the time.
The thing is, every so often, you’ll pay a little and get a whole lot more in return. The secret to finding the world’s best cheap eats is to eat your way through every market, every back street, every hawker and every ‘dai pai dong’ on earth. Never be afraid to try something for the first time, because it could turn out to be the best thing you’ve ever tasted.
As the author and editor of The Smart Girl’s Travel Guide, it’s been my life mission to eat my way around the globe. As a self confessed over-eater (luckily with a great metabolism), I can say that I’ve found some of the best cheap eats around the world. Here I share some of my favourites…..
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