This Is What Drunk Food Looks Like In 19 Places Around The World

We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about the most popular drunk foods from their countries. Here are some of their responses: 1. ...
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We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about the most popular drunk foods from their countries. Here are some of their responses:

1. Scotland: Munchie box

What is it? A massive box full of kebab meat, fried chicken, pizza, noodles, rice, onion rings, naan bread, garlic bread, coleslaw, and chips. It comes with sauce.

Suggested by gabbieannie

2. Portugal: Chorizo bread

What is it? Exactly what it sounds like: bread stuffed with chorizo and oregano.

Suggested by car0linamesquita

3. Canada: Poutine

What is it? “French fries covered with gravy and cheese curds.”

Submitted by vishalic

4. Shanghai: Cong You Bing

What is it? A scallion pancake filled with lots of vegetables and meat.

Suggested by Sanesh Anton Francis, via Facebook

5. Texas: Whataburger Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit

What is it? A buttermilk bun filled with a strip of fried chicken and honey butter sauce.

Suggested by sonorahduty

6. Argentina: Pancho

What is it? “An Argentinian hot dog, often topped with chips, and always served with lots of sauce.”

Suggested by Natalia Catán, via Facebook

7. Dundee, Scotland: Coleslaw and chips

What is it? Chips covered in coleslaw, which is shredded raw carrot and cabbage in salad dressing.

Suggested by katiel422ccdba1

8. Greece: A vromiko sandwich

What is it? “‘Vromiko’ literally means ‘dirty’. There are many variations of it, but it usually includes a hot dog, fries, ketchup, mayo, and hot sauce.”

Suggested by Piroski

9. South Africa: Sparletta Creme Soda

What is it? “It’s known as ‘The Green Ambulance’ because it’s known for curing hangovers.”

Suggested by cathyginthehood

10. Bulgaria: Banitsa with boza or ayran

What is it? Baked filo pastry with whisked egg and cheese between the layers. Boza is a fermented drink and ayran is a salty yoghurty drink.

Suggested by Магдалена Цонева, via Facebook

11. Yorkshire, England: Cheese, chips, and gravy

What is it? Chips covered in melted cheese and gravy.

Suggested by trician41b44344f

12. Ukraine: Pan-fried garlic croutons and salo

What is it? Garlic croutons covered in salo, which are slabs of salted, cured fatback.

Suggested by Mari

13. The US: McDonald’s, Taco Bell, diner food, and cold pizza

What is it? All the fast food you could possibly dream of.

Suggested by Samantha C. Sullivan, via Facebook

14. Milan: Paninaro

What is it? “In Milan, drunk people often end up at the ‘Paninaros’. They are sandwich trucks that will make you the greasiest panini ever with sausages, porchetta, and enough sauce to fill a bucket.”

Suggested by lammarysme

15. Spain: Churros with hot chocolate

What is it? Fried dough pastry coated in sugar and dipped into hot chocolate sauce.

Suggested by DaenerysTyrell

16. Denmark: Döner kebabs

What is it? Meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie and typically served with fries and lots of sauce.

Suggested by Peter Staunstrup, via Facebook

17. Milan: Briosciaros

What it is? Briosciaros are bakeries that open at about 2am to start making their goods for the following day. Most of them offer a variety of savory and sweet treats, such as croissants, brioches filled with chocolate, jam or cream, and super greasy slices of focaccia and pizza. Everything is made from scratch so if you’re lucky you can get warm croissants and hot focaccia.”

Suggested by lammarysme

18. Miami: Colombian hot dogs

What is it? A hot dog in which the sausage is boiled rather than fried. They usually come with coleslaw, pineapple sauce, ketchup, mayo, mustard, and crisps.

Suggested by dianaelenac

19. Sri Lanka: Kottu Rotti

What is it? A Sri Lankan street food made up of Godhamba roti and vegetables, egg, meat, and spices.

Suggested by fatemaih

Note: Some submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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