Apps that improve city living and quality of life in cities are coming to the market seemingly every day. That's fine: it would be impossible to have too many apps for exploring options in street food.
Rachel Belkin shares "three apps are making it easier for both locals and travelers to find the best street food" in an article for The City Fix. These three apps are location specific, but hopefully soon these kind of apps will be available in all cities featuring a rich array of options for eating on the street.
Street Food Bangkok helps visitor and residents alike find street food options "hidden throughout the winding alleys and hidden crooks of the city…" Street Saathi offers guidance around India. Finally, British St. Food is working to change perceptions about British cuisine.
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