WATCH: Netflix Embarks On A Journey Into The Forbidden Fruit That Is ‘Street Food’

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Street food brings to mind many things - Aladdin being chased down Agrabah, stealing apples and being called a street rat (random I know). A side street tuk tuk dishing out asian cuisine that can go one of two ways. The street caravan in Sydney’s inner west that serves some of the best burgers you will ever eat in your entire life - shoutout Mr. Gees.

With such an array of street food on the market - from the goddamn delicious to the stomach churning, was that really chicken? - we were intrigued by Netflix’s latest original series, Street Food.

From the creators of ‘Chef’s Table’, the series will delve into cuisines from nine Asian countries, focusing on renowned chefs who cook inexpensive food in modest restaurants or stalls throughout Asia. With the likes of Japan, India, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines on the list of places and cuisine specialities on Street Food’s hit list, this is going to be one tasty original series.