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This Is What $4 Of Street Food Looks Like Around The World

No better reason to travel.

We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community, travel bloggers, and our international editors for their favorite cheap street food around the world that costs under $4. Here's what they came up with ...

1. These tacos in Queretaro, Mexico:

2. This poutine in Canada:

Poutine is made up of French fries smothered in gravy and cheese curds. You can find it in on the streets for less than $4, but you can also get it with fancy toppings in a Poutinerie, if you're willing to pay a bit more.

Submitted by Laurel Robbins, Monkeys and Mountains

3. This reindeer hot dog in Alaska:

4. This foil of jerk chicken in Jamaica:

You can get jerk chicken all over Jamaica, but Boston Beach in Port Antonio is particularly famous for it. A foil of jerk is typically around $3 or $4, depending on where you go.

Submitted by Annie Daly, BuzzFeed

5. This torta and soda combo in Mexico:

6. This pastel in Brazil:

7. These sopaipillas in Chile:

Sopaipillas are fried pastries made from wheat dough and butter or shortening that are served in many Spanish regions in the world. You usually buy about one or two, so $4 can get you about 12.

Submitted by Caro Villaseca Bustos, Facebook

8. These shucos in Guatemala:

9. This choripán in Argentina:

10. This acarajé in Brazil:

Acarajé is a bean fried dumpling stuffed with a sauce made of palm oil and dried shrimp.

Submitted by Juliana Kataoka, BuzzFeed

11. These empanadas in Pisac, Peru:

Empanadas are a stuffed bread or pastry filled with tons of savory ingredients — and you can get them in most South American countries. "The reason these are better than all of the others I’ve tried is that they cook them in dome-shaped clay colonial ovens."

Submitted by Matt Long, LandLopers

12. These churros with dulce de leche in Brazil:

13. This tray of poffertjes in Amsterdam, Netherlands:

14. These patatas bravas in Spain:

You can get some delicious patatas bravas pretty much anytime of day or night. "They're especially great after blowing all your money on booze!"

Submitted by Jon-Michael Poff, Facebook

15. This klobásy in Prague, Czech Republic:

16. This döner kebab in Berlin, Germany:

17. This oscypki in Poland:

Oscypki is a traditional Polish smoked cheese made of salted sheep milk — and then cured in hot smoke for up to 14 days.

Submitted by Natasha M Braham, Facebook

18. This bacon sandwich in Scotland:

19. This kürtőskalác in Budapest, Hungary:

20. This assortment of dessert pastries in Morocco:

"There are people walking around the markets with wheeled tables that are covered in sweet pastries of countless varieties. You can get a mixed box of ten for around $2."

Submitted by Lucy Tan, Facebook

21. This pho in Vietnam:

Pho is a rice noodle soup that has other stuff in the bowl, like meat (chicken or beef) and some herbs. You can get street pho all over Vietnam, for basically around $1.

Submitted by Annie Daly, BuzzFeed

22. This gua bao in Taiwan:

23. This bao zi in Xi'an, China:

24. This chicken pita sandwich in Railay, Thailand:

25. This bakso soup in Indonesia:

26. These dishes from Soi 38 or the night market in Bangkok, Thailand:

Soi 38 is a well-known street that serves some of the most delicious street food in Bangkok. The night markets there also have great options. "I get a fresh smoothie and chicken cashew dish for about 60 baht that's about 2 dollars and it's so filling!"

Submitted by Jac Connolly, Facebook

27. These xiaolongbao in Shanghai, China:

These are soup dumplings, which means there is actually soup inside those dumplings! "But be warned, the soup inside the dumpling can burn your tongue. A servings of 12 small dumplings will set you back 12 Yuan, which is roughly $2."

Submitted by Meg Collins, Five Dollar Traveller

28. This bánh mi sandwich in Vietnam:

29. This fried carrot cake in Singapore:

30. This khachapuri in Tbilisi, Georgia:

31. This meat pie in Australia:

So, yeah ...