Y en la segunda parte del ranking, las siguientes 6 ciudades del Top de ciudades con mejor comida en la calle...
TOP 12 STREET FOOD (2/2)
7. Kuala Lumpur (Malasia): Jalan Alor; Jalan Petaling in Chinatown; around Puduraya Bus Station; Jalan Masjid India for Indian food; Malay food at the Sunday Night Market (Kampung Bahru LRT Station); and Chow Kit Market for all-night food stalls.
8. Mumbai (India): During the day, you'll have plenty of choices in the Fort area and around major landmarks. In the evenings, sample local delicacies at Chowpatty Beach. You can also try Bade Miya on Tulloch Road behind Colaba Causeway in downtown Churchgate.
9. Tokyo (Japón): There's a row of street stalls at the Tsukiji Fish Market (skip the touristy sushi stands); in Shinjuku, Yakitori Alley is a lane with stalls on both sides; and in Kabukicho, you'll find several takoyaki stalls.
10. Singapur: The hundred or so stalls at the Chinatown Food Centre; satays and seafood at Newton Circus Hawker Centre; the Hill Street Food Centre for great fried rice noodles; the Muslim market at Geylang Serai; Ellenborough Market for Teochew Chinese food; the old hawker center in Maxwell Road; the Chomp Chomp Food Centre; the Lau Pa Sat Food Centre; and the People's Park Market. Visit the Makansutra blog for updates on the latest eateries.
11. Marrakech (Marruecos): The night market at Jemaa el Fna offers hundreds of stalls serving all kinds of Moroccan dishes at communal tables.
12. Rio de Janeiro (Brasil): Food-and-drink kiosks along the boardwalk of Copacabana and Ipanema beaches generally stay open all night (especially in summer). The Sunday market at Praça General Osório Square has some decent eats. In Old Rio, downtown, and in the suburbs, try the street version of churrasquinhos (BBQ meat on skewers), cachorro quente (hot dogs), and the delicious pão de queijo (cheese bread).