$1 Street Food Around The World

$1 Street Food Around The World

From taiyaki to pav bhaji to pan-fried pork buns, experience these different types of $1 street food around the world – POV style!

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50 Responses

  1. victor noguti says:

    Brazilian street food!

  2. Ishan Ali says:

    Street food is so under appreciated

  3. Wakkie Vlokkies says:

    I love how that man from New York is smiling after she wanted to buy a hotdog!

  4. Instagram: davidbulk says:

    3:25 creo que se han equivocado 😂😂

  5. Bringo Fett says:

    Hold up, that whole sandwhich is 62 cents? I’m surprised WE aren’t trying to sneak into THEIR country.

  6. Ankur Satpute says:

    After watching Pav Bhaji…
    People around the world: OMG! So much butter!
    Indians: Bro! I need extra butter and onions on the side!

    • Kayla Powell says:

      Then there’s southern America…. Thats all? Thats not nearly enough butter

    • Jeffrey Osborn says:

      Leah H – Why does that sound like a command from an old DOS text based video game…

    • Am Clover says:

      Well the one in Spain is just fried bread and I can’t imagine the quality of the 1$ hot dog in one of the world most expensive place

    • Jeffrey Osborn says:

      @Am Clover – You can get $1 per (massive) slice of pizza in New York City, just not on the streets which maybe why they didn’t list it? Though the Japanese one wasn’t exactly street food, either. Anyways, those slices are really good. There are some places that sell 4 dumplings (pot stickers) for $1, also but again, not on the street, it’s more of a grab and go type of thing and those dumplings are awesome too.

    • Brandon says:

      ~FruityCandy youtube is the bane of us redditors

  7. Jaelyn Newberry says:

    This is so well done

  8. Eileen Cho says:

    wow China was the most impressive for me; 88 cents oof

  9. Lorenzo Harris says:

    Go to Guatemala. They have rellenitos, tostadas, chiles rellenos, atol, and so many other delicious snacks.

  10. Khnum says:

    I only dislike that the indian guy didn’t wear gloves or something, but very nice video!👌👌👌

  11. Ane Nielsen says:

    Here in Denmark you can get 3/4 of a McDonald cheeseburger for 1 dollar

    And like 2/5 of the hotdog in the beginning

  12. Naruto Sasuke says:

    I want Chinese food now

  13. Mr Doctor says:

    Id know that voice anywhere, ITS INGA!!!!!!

  14. Mary Johnson says:

    Y’all should really do the Philippines

  15. Avo's Channel says:

    The last one 🚮
    Dude had no gloves on touching all of the food 💢

  16. CookiePowerr says:

    In China I could get like a big bowl of noodle soup for 1 dollar ☺️❤️❤️

  17. Obviously Human says:

    I laughed at the beginning because my family lives in NYC and my brother bought hotdogs from a street vendor one time and it costed $10 for an average or even below average hot dog. Them tourist traps. 😂

  18. Zach Choi ASMR says:

    *Now we’re talking, some food in my actual price range*

  19. Sthenos W says:

    OMG it is not PORRO in Spain it is called PORRA. Porro means joint 😂

  20. Adriana says:

    This is a really interesting video. I loved how I could see the food being made and served in different ways all around the world.

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