8 Tasty Street Foods To Try in European Cities

Pizza in Rome

In Rome, there are two types of pizza: pizza tonda (round) served in sit-down pizzerias, and pizza al taglio (by the slice), a popular street food sold on rectangular trays and cut into slices by weight.

Burek Meat Pies in Croatia

Croatian burek is a flaky pastry filled with layers of paper-thin dough, meat, potatoes, or onions, available at bakeries and food carts across Croatia.

English Yorkshire Burrito in England

Found near London’s Soho Square, the Yorkshire Burrito fills Yorkshire pudding with roast beef, potatoes, and sauce, rolled tight and seared, a savory street food delight.

Pintxos in San Sebastián, Spain

San Sebastián’s pintxos are small, skewered portions of local Basque cuisine enjoyed at numerous bars, best experienced on a pintxos tour for a taste of northern Spanish dining culture.

French Crêpes in Northern Ireland

St. George's Market in Belfast serves French-style crêpes with eggs, sausage, bacon, onions, or strawberries and cream, an unexpected treat in Northern Ireland.

Poffertjes in Amsterdam

Traditional Dutch poffertjes are mini pancakes served with powdered sugar or syrup, cooked on special grills, a delightful sweet treat with a fascinating history dating back to the French Revolution.

Currywurst in Germany

Currywurst, a German classic, features a sausage doused in curry-flavored ketchup, often enjoyed as a quick bite at street vendors or Imbiss shops, paired perfectly with fries.

Pastel de Nata in Portugal

Portugal’s pastel de nata, or custard tart, offers eggy custard in flaky pastry sprinkled with cinnamon, a beloved treat found throughout Lisbon’s cafes and bakeries, a must-try Portuguese delight.

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