One of the best things to do in Kyoto, Japan is explore Nishiki Market, Kyoto's oldest food market. Click here for a tour of this 400-year-old Kyoto market and some of the Japanese street foods, Japanese sweets, and things you should eat on your trip to Kyoto, Japan.
Chicago: Eat at Everest. From its location on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange, Everest offers breathtaking views of Chicago on par with the exquisite wine and cuisine offered by Chef Joho.
Belly Q - 1400 W. Randolph St. - Focused on the unique flavors of "Asian BBQ," this West Loop fine dining spot has some powerful backers: Cornerstone Restaurant Group, Chef Bill Kim and the one and only Michael Jordan. Dishes such as Korean pancakes (made in a pizza oven left by the previous tenant, One Sixtyblue), edamame with crispy fried shallots, tea-smoked duck breast and beef short ribs (pictured). Grill tables are available and there's a chef's table for larger groups.
Most of the snack foods are gotten from street vendors such as: Boiled peanuts Spring rolls Egg rolls Jicama roll Rice paper salad with dried beef Quail fried in butter Pork sausage skewers Grilled Vietnamese rice paper