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The best street food trucks in Eastern Europe | TOP 5

Whether it’s the end of a long evening or a quick and filling lunch, street food trucks are becoming an increasingly popular appetite suppressant solution, often also home to some of the finest local specialties. In our regional top list, we will show you our favorite places that are definitely worth a visit if you are visiting the cities that host them.

Andrus Maczanka | Krakow, Poland

One of Krakow’s best-known street food trucks is Andrus Maczanka, famous for its marinated and juicy beef sandwiches: it’s only worth a visit if you are starving, as the excellent flavors come in huge portions.

BARSKDE | Bratislava, Slovakia

The second place on our list is the pastrami champion of Bratislava. BARSKDE also measures excellent bites in large portions, along with seasonal, home-made refreshments.

Elemózsia | Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania

Elemózsia (Snack), which also operates a bistro in Odorheiu Secuiesc, also focuses on high quality and local ingredients in the field of street food. They have many of the most special burgers in Transylvania.

GULE | Prague, Czech Republic

If you’re in Prague and want dessert, definitely visit GULE, where special stuffed donuts and excellent coffees await.

Nocny Market | Warsaw, Poland

In conclusion, we highlight one of the largest street food centers in the region. Opened in 2016, Nocny Market, in addition to bringing together dozens of special food truck owners, is also one of the centers of Warsaw’s nightlife.

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