How can you tell which food stalls are sanitary enough to eat at?

By Mark Wiens No Comments

This is a tough question because everyone is a little different in terms of how our stomachs and bodies are created. The first step of travel eating is to know yourself, your limitations, and what risk you’re willing to take.

The truth of the matter is, I don’t usually know if any food stall or restaurant is sanitary. However, I’ve known people that get sick at their 5-star hotel buffet, but never get sick eating street food.

Here are some quick tips for choosing food stalls:

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