The melting pot of global cultures that is United Kingdom (UK) is apparent in the street food spread that one can find in this diverse country. A haven for food enthusiasts, the cities in UK celebrate this diversity with many street food markets that are held here periodically. To get a flavour of this enriching platter while visiting UK, avail the comfort of a car rental and hop along to satiate your hunger for some lip smacking cuisines from around the world.

London is not only famous for its museums and monuments, but also for some of the best of the street food in the entire UK. The Borough Market by the river Thames at Southwark along with local produce, serves up dishes like Middle Eastern Baklava, Mexican burritos, Gujarati dhoklas and British fish and chips among many other quick bites. The Whitecross Street Market is the oldest street food market of London and dishes out cuisines from Brazil, Turkey, Jamaica and India. The Kerb at the Kings Cross Street has a selection of carts and stalls that change daily, offering a variety to explore. Dig into the homemade doughnuts, breaded schnitzels, pizzas and pork dumplings. Broadway Market at Hackney and Portobello Road Market offers delights such as Spanish paellas, traditional English breakfast with baked beans, bacon and fried eggs, scotch eggs, custard tarts, pork pies and chorizo pies. Try out the best crepes of UK at Real Food Market with an assortment that includes coffee, maple syrup, vanilla, Nutella, buckwheat flour, bacon, the brie and even mushrooms. And of course, dont forget the Korean fusion food of kimchi and Spanish fusion of churros.

Other cities in the UK too thrive on street food of a large variety. Bristols St Nicholas Market is a hot spot for street food and local produce with over 50 stalls. Try out the spicy Indian lamb wraps and Pad Thai glass noodles with fragrant Thai green curry. At Manchester, dig your teeth into the sumptuous hot dogs, burritos, paellas, chorizos and Creole fusion food from Seychelles which includes chicken coconut curry and spicy Creole pork. While at Manchester, visit the Piccadilly Gardens which hosts some of the most sought after street food stalls. Look out for some homemade rump steak burgers served in brioche bun. For people with sweet tooth, try out the ice cream flavours such as the award winning Chorlton Crack a blend of salted caramel and peanut butter Honey and Rose, Yummy Honey, Spiced Apple Crumble and Whisky Marmalade/Quince. After a day of indulging in so many flavours of UK, take a cosy ride back to your hotel with the ease of car rental services.