Consider this your essential NYC food guide. What is your favourite street food? New York Street food is great and New York food carts are world famous. There are lots of food trucks, New York street food carts and New York food markets. The variety and selection of street food in New York is amazing. One of the best ways to experience New York is through the food carts and street food. In this video we will take you on a tour of the best street food options in New York.

You can find information about all New York Food Truck Events on the following website: We were fortunate enough to catch one of the food truck festivals. These were some of the street foods that we tried at the New York Food truck festival.
-The Mac Truck makes a variety of mac and cheese. Mac and cheese has gained in popularity in recent years. The Mac Truck make a great variety of flavours.
-New York pizza is an essential food to try. Where can you get the best Pizza in New York. Not sure, but the Neapolitan Express food truck located on 232 East 111th Street, New York. There are many other locations in New York. Check out the website for more.
-Lobster is not exactly a typical street food, but we were happy to encounter Cousins Maine Lobster.

The typical New York food cart sells hot dogs, burgers and pretzels. We tried an expensive and very average $4 pretzel. I’d suggest to skip it and save your calories for something more delicious.

The Biryani House Cart in the New York Financial District is a highly acclaimed food cart. I love Indian food and this New York food cart is what makes New York Street food so exciting. The variety and authenticity.

The Chelsea Market is an amazing food market in a repurposed biscuit factory in the Chelsea and Meatpacking district in New York. This is one of the best food markets / best food hall that I have ever visited, with a huge variety of street food and locally produced food.

If you love thick milkshakes and delicious hot dogs, then the Shake Shack is the place for you. We visited the original Shake Shack in Madison Square Park. This is where you will find one of the best hot dogs in New York and one of the best milkshakes in New York

Note: I personally chose and paid for all the food in this video. None of the content is sponsored.

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  1. That lobster sandwich looks very delicious. Oh yeah, Shake Shack is the best, but never tried the hot dog. Looks really good. Cool video.

  2. Wow looks like you had fun in New York. I was there back in 2007. But it was work-related. So I didn't get to have that much fun our stay very long.

  3. Nice video. Haven't done many food trucks in America so this was cool to see. Surprised at the high prices of some of them. $10 MacNCheese and $15 pizzas. Won't complain about the Rollende Keuken prices again…. HaHa. BTW… are you going musicless fulltime?

  4. Sylvias of Harlem. A one of a kind soul food in Harlem on 125th. Come for the food and live music but stay for the southern hospitality. Definitely worth the journey from the more touristy areas.

  5. So glad to see a new video from you! If you ever get to Chicago you’ll be in heaven. Best food in the US that I’ve tried thus far. I’ve avoided New York, though, so I may be missing something! 🙂

  6. Lovely video! Always interesting to see how different tourists choose to eat their way through my city. Definitely try to explore Brooklyn when you have the chance!

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