9. Chimney Cake – Czech Republic
Although the Chimney Cake originated in the Hungarian-speaking part of Transylvania (today’s Romania), it has gained huge popularity in Prague, where you can find numerous vendors making this spit cake (known as Trdelník in Czech) in the old city center.
10. Bubble Tea – Taiwan
So technically this isn’t street food. But when visiting Taiwan, you definitely need to get yourself a glass of bubble tea. It consists of a tea of some kind (i.e., oolong, black or green tea), milk in some form (fresh, condensed or powdered) and sugar (optional). But the real appeal is the chewy tapioca balls, popping boba, or fruit jellies that are added to the beverage.
11. Karelian Pasty – Finland
Made of rye or wheat flour, these traditional pastries in the Karelian area of Finland are also enjoyed in nearby Russia and Estonia. The most typical version has a thin rye crust with a filling of rice.