The World's Best Cities for Street Food

With traffic jams of trendy food trucks piling up in American cities, it's easy to overlook the rich global history of street food. D...
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Penang, Malaysia

Considered the street-food capital of Malaysia, Penang has dozens of the culinary megaplexes known as hawker centers. Gurney Drive and New Lane are two of the more notable destinations where, for mere pennies, you'll find countless stands serving thick, brothy noodles (ipoh hor fun), coconut-soaked rice wrapped in banana leaves (nasi Lemak) and other pan-Asian dishes well into the night.

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