This feature is included in cost. Some of the world’s favorite flavors aren’t found in restaurants, but on the street in trucks, stalls and carts where flavor, convenience... and quality matter. When you’re just feet from the chef, they’ve gotta cook to impress! Street Eats is Carnival’s tribute to this food phenomenon, debuting aboard Mardi Gras with three ever-changing open-air stations — one that specializes in steamed stuff like bao buns and siu mai, one that puts the “skill” in skillet with the likes of kebab and satay, and — oh yes — the station that fries up favorites like empanadas and falafel. On Mardi Gras you may be far from the street, but flavor’s right around the corner

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7 Street Eats Reviews

5.0

by MiAsWorld

Steet Eats puts a New Spin on Grab N Go⚓️⚓️ The food was AMAZING

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1.0

by honeyb2858

Seemed like it was never open. Some days for only 2 hours

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2.0

by Rbailey71

Most of the time it was closed.

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3.0

by Chadscott

I had fries twice from there, and both times they were tasty.

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5.0

by Dshepard66

Amazing. The seafood pad thai and sesame dumplings were excellent.

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5.0

by binabinet56

New concept and the food was really good

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4.0

by Liono2020

Really interesting food offerings, of the couple of times we went only one dish was ok!

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