Jaipur India Sights, sounds, smells and most importantly taste. Jaipur city is a treat to the senses, from its palatial buildings to its old markets. Jaipur is a stage where a quaint desert culture is fusing rapidly with a metro lifestyle. Across its landscape, various epicurean treats have evolved over the years to compliment hot summer days and pleasant evenings. If you plan to experience the best street food in Jaipur, then you should start from the lanes and alleyways. The streets of Jaipur are full of iconic stalls and ubiquitous vendors selling unique delicacies that speak the identity of the Pink City.Sanjay Omelette is an institution among the famous street food in Jaipur. Located in the bustling Bapu Nagar area, this is where you can get a nutritious and delectable fix. Try the egg pizzas, Jaipur’s contribution to fusion street food and the flavour filled masala omelette. Fret not if you have an urge for meaty delights in Jaipur. The city is not as vegetarian as you would imagine and Raja Park’s Sethi Barbeque is a popular destination for those looking for a quick yet scrumptious grill that is worth every penny. You can also sit in your car and enjoy a chicken tikka, accompanied with tandoori roti. Bangkok ThailandBangkok has become a heaven for food lovers around the world. Sampling local Thai food is a MUST on your list when you visit Thailand.When you visit Bangkok, you might be overwhelmed by numbers of restaurants in just one block, or the many food stalls and street food vendors stretching along the streets of Bangkok. Not to mention, there are also thousands of delicious Thai dishes from different regions all over the country.Nhong Rim Klong may be small but it’s packed with big punches. What makes Nhong Rim Klong stand out is the quality of ingredients, the seafood is always fresh and the size of it is unbelievable.Most of the must-try dishes here are all crab-based. The Drunken Crab might be a plain looking dish of huge white chunks of crab meat, but it’s so, so unbelievably good.Another really popular dish, is the Crab Omelette (Kai Kon Pu) with huge chunks of crab meat cooked in a creamy omelette and piled on top of anything from plain rice, fried rice, and pan-fried noodle.If you don’t fancy crab, no worries, Nhong Rim Klong is considered an all-rounded food stall with a large variety of dishes available – and you can customise your order however you like. Nhong, the owner and the cook will make it happen for you. Hanoi VietnamDong Xuan Market is nothing short of a culinary paradise where you can find an impressive range of tasty and affordable delicacies. Start with the ground floor where you can find a bustling wet market, where locals buy fresh seafood, meat and vegetables. Go upstairs for printed tees, fabrics, luggage and much more. When you are tired, treat yourself with one (or some) of these street food essentials of the capital city. Dong Xuan is one of the few places selling grilled pork on bamboo stick in Hanoi, which is an interesting version of bún ch?, recently made famous by Obama. The dish found in Dong Xuan is made in a traditional style: the pork is wrapped in guise leaves, clipped ?n bamboo flat sticks and grilled over charcoal. The smell alone is mouth-watering. It is served with rice noodles, fresh herbs and a lightly sour dipping source. Near one of the entrances you will find a small snail noodle stand, which is always packed around noon. The most delicious part of the snail noodle is the broth, with a light, delicate taste. The snails are a perfect mixture of soft and chewy. Ask for some fried tofu and turmeric. Each bowl will only set you back VND30,000-35,000 ($1.33-1.55).