Vegetarians need not bother with this list, as most of these sandwiches are meat focused and proud of it. I had no idea that this many sandwiches actually existed, but apparently when 10 million plus people are crammed into a small area there needs to be options to feed all of those hungry people.
101. Tuna Melt, Eisenberg’s
Tunec and rye. $7.50
Chinese have extraordinary skills to fake any kind of products. Recently, a “beef extract” additive has been discovered that is being used by small restaurants in Jiangxi, Fujian, and Hefei to put more money in the pockets of restaurant owners by turning pork into beef. You only have to pour the additive over some pork for 90 minutes for the pork to smell and look like cooked beef.
If we are what we eat, then these folks are strange, slimy, gross and delicious. They devour delicacies ranging from chicken feet to pig snout and everything in between without blinking an eye. Proceed only if you’ve got a strong stomach and pray do tell, which of these strange street foods would be courageous enough to try?