Street Food Points is a mere stone’s throw away – 3 min walk, to be precise – from the Freedom Monument and can satisfy any craving! Pizza, burgers, kebabs, gyudon? You name it; they have it. This makes this street food joint so beloved by locals: it combines cuisines from both the East and West, never sacrificing quality or price range. The atmosphere is cozy and relaxed, with sleek décor that never feels tough on the eyes; a perfect sit-down spot and a great reminder of why ordering out doesn’t have the same feel.
Previously, an Italian-style pizzeria was located at this spot, and even back then the food here was exquisite. With changing ownership, whether by rebranding or opening up a whole new location, Street Food Points has filled in the shoes of that pizzeria better than I – and perhaps many others – had expected. Even surpassing expectations, as at a first glance I had been skeptical of this street food joint replacing one of my favorite diners during high school. Now, I wouldn’t trade this eatery for the world.
I can’t recommend this place enough for tourists and locals, and it seems that most guests agree, as Street Food Points shines with amazing reviews. If you are exploring in or about the Old Town and feel your stomach rumbling for some grub, make sure to try Street Food Points.