Tasty & Cheap Street Food @ Brussels, BelgiumI just discovered this set of processed but unpublished photos while I was doing my routine PC home-keeping. These are actually a series of street food which I tasted during my last visit to Brussels, the capital of Belgium. Speak no more, let's get drooling over the tempting food photos.
Jumbo Sausage Bun:
This jumbo sausage bun was a real hit. Three words to describe it - fresh, fresh and fresh! The sausage was freshly grilled over the barbeque grill, so did the bun, baked fresh from oven. In fact, I had two within the short span of 24 hours. Dinner for the first day and lunch for the next day. Very additive indeed when coupled with the caramelized onions and mustard sauce!
|Jumbo Sausage Bun with Caramelized Onions and Mustard|
Another addictive snack is the sinful Belgian Fries. Double fried to golden perfection in beef fat, the fluffy fries go well with any of the over 20 types of sauces on offer.
|Famous Belgian Fries|
The fried noodle with an Asian twist. Not bad in taste. Although the portion was small, it was packed with chicken chunks and greens. Dig-in!!
|Asian Fried Noodles with Chicken|
Falls under the same category as doughnut but lighter and crispier, Churros (sometimes referred to as a Spanish doughnut) tasted great when serve warm with generous sprinkle of powdered sugar or chocolate spread. One of my favorite dessert snacks.
Nothing great about the hot dog bun. However, the winter spiced mulled wine was a delight. Served hot, the spiced mulled wine was rich in taste from cinnamon, star anise, nutmeg and other secret ingredients. Indeed an ideal drink over the chilled winter. Love it!
|Winter spiced mulled wine with hot dog bun|
A trip to Belgium will be incomplete without sampling the famous Belgium Waffle. Even with simple Nuttella chocolate spread topping, the waffle tasted extraordinary good with a fluffy batter and caramelized crispy outer layer.
|Belgium Waffle with chocolate spread|