After a few street festivals, you think you’ve experienced the full range of street festival foods: hot dogs, okonomiyake, yaki soba, chocolate bananas, cotton candy, plum sweets, takoyaki, and increasingly kabab (what we would call shwarma). The recent festival we attended had some novelties including Mexican tacos and churros, and even bagel dogs.
The churros had an unauthorized Disney tie-in. The bagel dogs were surprisingly spicy and delicious.
I want some churros! 😦
Funny, I just got back home from eating “Mexican” food in a restaurant like 3 min from my house. It’s not bad but not genuine and a little expensive. Plus, those were def not my aunt’s enchiladas.
Mexican is one of the few foods you can’t get a good version of in Tokyo. Time to open the borders and bring in some Mexican cuisine.
Churros are becoming more popular in Tokyo, but they are not so good.
The bagel dogs look really good.
It was great. Wonderful dough and spicy dog!
Ah, I want to go to an omatsuri in Japan. Why do I live so far away T_T
The food sounds typical stuff that’s sold on the streets of NYC. Although I’ve never seen bagel dogs before.
No bagel dogs in New York? Maybe it’s a West Coast (US) thing.