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The Chickpea Curry King of New Delhi

Kawal Kishore Saluja and his family run Chache Di Hatti or “uncle's corner shop”, a hole-in-the-wall eatery in New Delhi, India. On the menu is one single dish -- Chole Bhature.
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Bodega Truck

Jeremy Batista is the man behind Bodega Truck, the first bodega food truck in NYC to serve one of the city’s most famous sandwiches: the chopped cheese.
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Hong Kong’s Queen of Macaroni

Join us as we speak to Irene Lee, the owner of one of these dai pai dongs, and learn more about her famous tomato macaroni soup.
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The Doggy Noodle King Of Hong Kong

A look into iconic street food during the COVID-19 pandemic
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The BBQ King Of Brooklyn | Street Food Icons

Ruben Santana is the owner and pitmaster of Bark Barbecue, a Texas-style BBQ pop up in NYC with a Dominican twist.
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The French Fry King Of LA

Hello! Craig Batiste is Mr. Fries Man, LA native who built a french fry empire from his back yard to 21 franchises throughout Southern California.
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The Tamale Guy Is a Chicago Landmark

Claudio Velez is The Tamale Guy. For 20 years he’s been visiting the bars of Chicago neighborhoods almost every night, selling his tamales to the nightlife scene.
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The Idli King of Bangalore

On the streets of Bangalore, India, the mother & son duo behind Iyer Idly serve hundreds of idlis a day.
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The Arepa Queen Of Europe

Hidden away in Groningen, a northern city in the Netherlands, this Venezualan food truck attracts not only locals but also international students in the city.
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Wild Fair Food From a Portland Street Food Icon

Isaiah Bostic is the mastermind behind Batter on Deck, a food cart he started in Portland, OR devoted to his favorite food: corn dogs.
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Queen of Pad Thai in Berlin's Hidden Gem

Hidden in one of the less trendy areas of downtown Berlin, this Thai street food market attracts Berliners and tourists from all over the world.
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The Japanese Sando King of Portland

Taiki Nakajima brought Japan to the Pacific Northwest with his Japanese sandos – composed sandwiches made with fluffy milk bread with fillings like egg salad and katsu chicken.