Chicken skewers, sausage rolls and more Philly Street Food

Five portable, portable, and on-the-go meals for those days when you don’t have time to sit down and have a full meal.

Chicken on a Stick in South Street Souvlaki Is Just One Example of Great Philly Take-Out Street Food | Photo by Caroline Cunningham

Philly offers some classic dishes on the go. There is the most obvious choice: the cheesesteak. We love the cheesesteaks here. In fact, we have quite a guide to our favorites. Other options include soft pretzels and even a hoagie. But we also happen to have a variety of street foods from around the world here in Philadelphia, great for grabbing on the go and eating on the go, from dough-coated puff pastry sausage rolls to sweet and savory pancakes. Next time you’re running around town, grab one of these treats to keep you in shape until your next meal.

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Sausage rolls | Stargazy

Sausage rolls Stargazy
Stargazy really likes their savory pies with mashed potatoes and electric green parsley liqueur for soaking. But if you’re in a rush or can’t make the time to take a nap after lunch, grab one of their sausage rolls – a meaty, flaky, flavorful bite that will keep you going all day and long. night. Find their website here.

Chicken on a stick South Souvlaki Street
You can go to South Street Souvlaki and have a nice sit-down meal. But if you’re looking for an affordable pick-me-up, head straight to their take-out window and order a few of their $ 3 souvlaki – chicken or pork. There is nothing more portable than meat on a stick – the only limitation is how many you can hold at a time. Find their website here.

Pancakes T-Swirl Pancakes
When T-Swirl opened in 2015, it caused a stir with its gluten-free pancakes stuffed to the brim. You may never have thought you wanted a cone-shaped pancake stuffed with a nicoise salad or an Okinawa-style hot dog, but that’s because you just don’t know what you are looking for. lack. Find their website here.

Samosas International cuisine and spices
The West Philly International Food Market sells a small selection of other prepared Indian dishes, but the samosas are 75 cents, stuffed with perfectly spiced potatoes, and small enough that you can eat three of them on your way to Clark for a picnic. Park, and three more when you get there. Find their website here.

Spam Musubi from Philly poke
Musubi, a Hawaiian snack of toasted spam stacked with rice and wrapped in a strip of nori to keep it all together, is a great on-the-go. At Philly Poke, they’re wrapped tightly in plastic wrap so they’ll survive for a few hours in your backpack, if needed. They also serve onigiri, a Japanese triangular rice ball that you can fill with salmon and avocado or shrimp tempura. Find their website here.

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