Strangest “Bar Food” in the World

I recently went on a quest to find the best bar food from around the world. I enlisted the help of several international friends to bring you the best of the best. This article only mentions bar food that’s tastier than normal in a drunken state (based on the opinion of the masses) – NOT just any food eaten by drunk people!
*These recommendations come from several sources!

1. Hot Wings, USA
I would recommend the traditional wings with a cider beer or chipotle honey wings with a wheat beer!

 

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2. Moules-frites, Belgium
Mussels & Fries…I feel like you can only drink wine with this one.

 

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3. Gallo Pinto, Costa Rica
The world’s most flavorful beans & rice – heavily seasoned (good at breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

 

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4. Devils on Horseback, United Kingdom
Cheese-stuffed prunes wrapped in bacon . Ew.

 

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5. Chicken Foot Soup, Jamaica
Don’t knock it before you try it. This dish is literally chicken feet – floating in chicken broth…but SO. FRIGGIN. GOOD.

 

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6. Anchovy Chilli, Malaysia
Like anchovy infused coleslaw.

 

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7. Tripe Florentine, Tokyo, Japan
Tripe (cow stomach) infused tomato soup. Perfect meal for once you’ve knocked the edge off, and you’re a little more open minded.

 

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8. Spiced Nuggets, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
…this one reminds me of Kung Pao Chicken on a stick.

 

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9. Feijoada de Chocos, Portugal
White bean, tomato paste, and cuttlefish soup.

 

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10. Pulpo a la Gallega, Spain
Boiled and seasoned octopus with potatoes.

 

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