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24 Toppings Buffet - EPIC CURRY NOODLES - Amazing Street Food in Asia!


24 Toppings Buffet - EPIC CURRY NOODLES - Amazing Street Food in Asia!

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Khanom Jeen (ขนมจีน) - Southern Thailand is known for its Khanom Jeen (ขนมจีน), a type of rice noodles eaten with a variety of different Thai curry on top, and with a host of different toppings and vegetables that you can eat on the side and top of your bowl of curry noodles. It’s extremely popular as a fast and easy Thai street food. Today, we’re in the Phang Nga (พังงา) province of southern Thailand, known for their curry, and I can’t wait to share this epic curry noodles with you. #Thailand #ThaiFood #streetfood

Khanom Jeen Baan Bang Kan (ขนมจีนบ้านบางกัน) - - The first curry noodles restaurant we went to was a little outside of the city of Phang Nga, in a nice relaxing lush area. I had two bowls of curry noodles to get me started khanom jeen gaeng tai pla (ขนมจีนแกงไตปลา) - a curry of fermented fish viscera, and khanom jeen nam ya (ขนมจีนน้ำยา) - a coconut milk based curry. Both were outstanding. The best part of this restaurant was the finely sliced torch ginger that they gave to us as we were eating - that really bumped up the flavor of every bite. Price - 30 THB ($0.92) per bowl

Khanom Jeen Na San Jao (ขนมจีนหน้าศาลเจ้า) - - This is the most legendary, most well known khanom jeen restaurant in Phang Nga, and located right in the town. Since it’s so famous I was a little worried it would be over hyped. But I was wrong, it held up to its name, I was truly impressed by the outstanding flavor and spices of their curries, and their insane 24 toppings selection to choose from - all spread out like a buffet across communal tables. Again, I ordered a bowl of Khanom Jeen Nam Ya (ขนมจีนน้ำยา) - a coconut milk based Thai curry, and next a bowl of Khanom Jeen Gaeng Ba (ขนมจีนแกงป่า) - a jungle herbal spicy curry. Again for were exceptional.

If there’s one Thai street food meal to eat when you’re in Phang Nga (พังงา), Thailand, it’s got to be khanom jeen. It’s a favorite meal for many, and these two restaurants will thrill your taste buds.

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Street Food EGG ROTI!! Market Eating Tour in Southeast Asia!

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Ranong (ระนอง) - Welcome to Ranong, a very pleasant city in Southern Thailand. A couple interesting things about Ranong, which is both a city and province in Thailand, is that it’s the least populated province in Thailand, and it’s located on the Kra Isthmus, the narrowest part of the Malay peninsula. It’s also a cool place to visit with some fantastic people and delicious Thai street food.

We started at the market for breakfast, walking around the friendly market and eating some street food snacks including a freshly made egg roti (โรตีไข่), sticky rice shrimp (ข้าวเหนียวหน้ากุ้), and grilled sticky rice (ข้าวเหนียวปิ้ง). Market was great.

Traditional Ice Cream (ร้านไอติม ประเสริฐสงค์) - This is one of the most classic Thai ice cream shops that specializes in hardened raw egg ice cream (ไอติมไข่แข็ง) - 40 THB

Take Off Your Shoes Restaurant (ร้านถอดรองเท้า) - Next up on this Ranong Thai food tour we went to a legendary restaurant literally called “Take Off Your Shoes.” Funny enough, you don’t need to take off your shoes to eat here… but it must have a history!
Shrimp stink beans กุ้งผัดกะปิสะตอ
Fern salad ยำผักกูด
Sour curry, taro stems แกงส้มออดิบ
Soft shell crab ปูนิ่มทอดกระเทียม
Total price - 850 THB ($26.25)

Som Chok Restaurant (ร้านสมโชค) - Finally, to end this meal, we drove a little outside of town to a countryside Thai restaurant known for curries and especially for stink beans. We had a little stink bean overdose, and it was wondrous!
Stink beans สะตอผักกะปิ
Chicken turmeric ไก่ต้มขมิ้น
Pork ribs curry แกงเคี่ยวพริกกระดูกหมู
Fried pork หมูทอดเกลือ
Total price - 800 THB (24.69 USD)

That completes this Thai street food tour of Ranong, Thailand. It’s a pleasant town, very friendly, easy to go around, charming, and you’ll find some delicious and unique street food.



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Monster Marble Goby!! SPICY ASIAN FOOD in Thailand!! ???????? ปลาบู่นึ่งซีอิ๊ว

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Surat Thani (สุราษฎร์ธานี) - When I was in Surat Thani my friend P’Tan ( recommended his favorite restaurant for river fish and southern Thai food, called Rim Nam Restaurant ครัวริมน้ำ เขาหัวควาย. It’s a little outside of the city, but well worth the drive if you love to eat - especially river fish food.

I loved the look of the restaurant as soon as we arrived, very peaceful and quiet overlooking the river, surrounded by lush greenery and mountains.

Here are the dishes we ordered:

Shrimp Salad พล่ากุ้ง
Sour Curry, Bamboo Shoots แกงส้มหน่อไม้
Steamed Marble Goby ปลาบู่นึ่งซีอิ๊ว
Wild Boar Curry ผัดเผ็ดหมูป่า
Omelet ไข่เจียว

Total price - 2,200 THB (67.80 USD) - But just to note, most of the bill was because of the fresh marble goby fish we ordered.

The highlight dishes were steamed marble goby fish and the wild boar curry. But all the dishes were fantastic and I loved the setting and the amazing Southern Thai food.

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Singapore Street Food Wok Hei Fried Rice

Wok Hey is where you can have Chinese style food fried in a wok cook infront of you.

Food in this video
1. Shanghai fried rice with chicken, chicken chinese sausage & tobiko
2. Egg fried rice with prawns & white mushroom
3. Fresh Ramen with braised beef & sous vide egg

They have quite a number of branches in Singapore and it is Halal certified.

Green Bamboo Curry!! VILLAGE THAI FOOD in Sukhothai, Thailand! ???????? บ้านนาต้นจั่น

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Sukhothai - Ban Na Ton Chan (บ้านนาต้นจั่น), Thailand - Welcome to the amazing Ban Na Ton Chan (บ้านนาต้นจั่น) in Sukhothai, Northern Thailand! They have an amazing homestay program where you can arrange to stay and learn about the amazing culture and eat some incredibly delicious local home-cooked food! #Sukhothai #ThaiFood

Sukhothai is the ancient capital of Siam, and so there’s a lot of Thai culture and history here. Along with visiting the historical sites of Sukhothai ( I was very excited to learn more about the culture and especially eat authentic local Sukhothai Thai food.

After we arrived to Ban Na Ton Chan (บ้านนาต้นจั่น), we immediately went to check into our homestay where we were greeted by an amazing local early lunch. Among the spread of food, one of the highlights was barometer earthstar mushroom curry (แกงคั่วหมูเห็ดเผาะ), it was incredibly delicious. We ate, had some local durian, and then took a little rest before preparing the next meal!

Aunty was amazing, she went above and beyond to take care of us, and to cook us local food. In the afternoon we went to gather some fresh ingredients, including bamboo shoots, bitter melon leaves, and pea eggplant. Along with many other dishes, one of the main dishes Aunty cooked was a local style bamboo shoot curry (แกงหน่อไม้) ใบย่านาง), using mainly the fresh herbs and bamboo shoots that we harvested ourselves. She started with juice made from yanang ( leaves, which are common in certain regions of Thailand, often used for a curry broth. She then boiled the bamboo shoots, and added in an assortment of vegetables, mushrooms, herbs, spices, fermented fish sauce, and finally red ant eggs to finish it off. It was extraordinary!

For dinner we had an entire local Sukhothai Thai food feast - including the amazing bamboo shoot curry Aunty prepared, a chili dip made with egg, and an assortment of other delicious Thai food.

It was a learning experience, and so much fun to hang out with Aunty who was so kind and took such great care of us.

Sukhothai (สุโขทัย) Ban Na Ton Chan (บ้านนาต้นจั่น) โฮมสเตย์บ้านนาต้นจั่น
Price for homestay - 600 THB ($19.31) per person, Includes dinner and breakfast

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Street Food OYSTER BAR!! Seafood Mountain in Surat Thani, Thailand!

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Surat Thani (สุราษฎร์ธานี) is a city in the South of Thailand, near to the Gulf of Thailand. It’s known for islands, oysters, seafood, and delicious Southern Thai food. In this video we’re going on an ultimate Thai street food tour in Surat Thani city. #ThaiFood #SuratThani #oysters

Here are the street food stalls we visited:

Khao Gaeng Nok Khun Tong (ข้าวแกงนกขุนทอง) - - An absolutely stunning Thai rice and curry stall - everything you order is superb. This is probably the best breakfast you can eat.
Catfish Curry แกงปลาดุก
Beef Chili Curry ผัดเผ็ดเนื้อ
Turmeric Chicken Soup ไก่ต้มขมิ้น
Son In Laws Eggs ไข่ลูกเขย
Sour Curry climbing perch แกงส้มปลาหมอ
Fried pork หมูทอด
Total price - 170 THB (5.24 USD)

Ran Kai Dao (ร้านไข่ดาว) - - This restaurant serves Western Thai style breakfast food. The food is not really my style, but it is legendary and classic, and worth a visit for the ambiance. Total price - 120 THB (3.70 USD)

Yok Kheng (ร้านยกเข่ง) - - This is a legendary street food noodles restaurant in Surat Thani. They offer some unique dishes, and again it’s a classic restaurant that’s been around for decades.
Special Noodles ผักบุ้งไตราว
Pork Noodles โล่งโต้ง
Mango Sticky Rice ข้าวเหนียวมะม่ว
Price - 50 THB ($1.54) per bowl

Ba Ya Shellfish (หอยป้ายา) - - Looking for a street food oysters bar? This is the place in Surat Thani. The oysters were huge and plump, the taste wasn’t the best I’ve had, but they were big and fun to eat - especially Thai style with all the toppings.
Oyster หอยนางรม
Mussels หอยแมลงภู่
Total price - 360 THB ($11.10)

Ba Ya Desserts (ป้ายาขนมหวาน) - - Finally to end this Thai street food tour of Surat Thani, we went to eat a few desserts from a desserts stall in a truck at the market. They had a huge selection!
Mixed Dessert รวมมิตร
Tabtim Krob ทับทิมกรอบ
Price - 20 THB (0.62 USD) per bowl

And that completes this street food tour of Surat Thani, a great city, lots of delicious food. For sure, the rice and curry in the morning was the highlight for me.

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COMPLETE Toucan Brazilian BBQ Buffet @Festival Mall Lunch Buffet MENU | Food Trips TV

One of a kind buffet that you shouldn't miss! A must try for meat lovers! :)
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Street Food in Uzbekistan - 1,500 KG. of RICE PLOV (Pilau) + Market Tour in Tashkent!

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On Day 1 in Uzbekistan we went on an ultimate Uzbek street food tour in Tashkent, including the biggest bazaar in the city, and the most massive plov (rice pilau) cooking in Tashkent.

We had arrived at the airport in Tashkent at about 4 am in the morning, and at 9 am we were ready to start eating our way through the city.

First we met up with Bekruz and Akbar both from the Ministry of Tourism Uzbekistan (Bekruz is the one who invited me to Uzbekistan and arranged everything for us, so thank you Bekruz!), and Ravshan (check out his channel: a local food vlogger in Uzbekistan.

Two of the most important phrases you should know in Uzbek are:
Assalomu Alaykum - Hello / Greeting
Rahmat - Thank you

Bread Bazaar, Tashkent - We started this ultimate street food tour at the bread bazaar in Tashkent, a market dedicated fully to bread, with a little fruit and other things mixed in. We bought some break, some kaymak, and some fruit and then went to a nearby restaurant where they laid everything on the table for us, along with tea. Uzbek breakfast was a great way to get started.

Chorsu Bazaar - The grandest bazaar in Tashkent is Chorus Bazaar, and it’s a perfect place to get a feel of Uzbek culture and food. We first stopped at the food court to try hanum, a type of dumpling filled with potato and somsa. Then we continued to the dome shaped iconic part of the bazaar, filled with fresh meat and spices. It’s one of the coolest market structures anywhere in the world.

Plov Center - We kind of had to rush out of Chorsu Bazaar because although they prepare 1,500 Kilos, seriously, of rice plov per day, it only takes 2 - 3 hours before they run out everyday. So we got there, already one of the monster swimming pool pans was finished, but they still had a few others going and serving. Plov is the national dish of Uzbekistan, a food that’s eaten on every and all occasions. For Tashkent plov, it’s pretty heavy on the meat at oil, with rice, chickpeas, and raisins. Also it included, qazi - horsemeat sausage which is a delicacy. It was incredibly delicious, and proper meal experience.
Total price - 100,000 UZS ($12.21)

Plov is love, remember that when you’re in Uzbekistan.

National Food Restaurant - After strolling around for a while in the afternoon, we continued to a National Food restaurant, a laid back family style restaurant that serves all things Uzbek food. Along with a number of dishes, the main dish I was most interested in was the naryn, thin slices of dough mixed with minced meat and horse. It was interesting, and quite good, as were the other dishes.
Total price - 110,000 UZS ($13.43)

Sultan Suleyman Restaurant - For dinner we went to a bit of a fancy trendy restaurant, and had another platter of food. This time, dough noodle like sheets topped with meat, horse sausage again, and green onions.
Total price - 122,000 UZS ($14.90)

It was a day of learning, eating, and meeting some amazing people along the way. Thank you for watching this Uzbekistan food tour!


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Mutant Chicken Feet for Dinner!! Most Bizarre Food of Asia!!

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Place chicken feet in a pressure cooker. Add water, 11 different kinds of traditional medicine, and mugwort. Cook for 25 minutes and then serve.

????????GỎI GÀ MĂNG CỤT (Chicken Salad With Shredded Green Mangosteens): Mix all ingredients. Add seasoning concoction: Lime, Fish sauce and sugar. Garnish with fresh chillies and it is ready to serve

???????? CANH GÀ LÁ GIANG (River Leaf-creeper Soup): Use the broth, add river leaf-creeper. Season with fish sauce and sugar.

????????HUYẾT GÀ (Chicken Blood): Pour the raw chicken blood in the pot during the boiling process. It takes 15 minutes to be fully cooked. Serve with fish sauce or pepper salt and lime dipping sauce

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???????? GIÒ HEO NƯỚNG LÁ MẮC MẬT: Debone the trotter. Add secret mountainous seasonings from Lang Son province. Grill for 50 to 60 minutes. Serve with pickled cabbage, vietnamese mint, BBQ soy sauce, and fresh chillies.

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???????? CHÂN VỊT CAY (Spicy duck feet): Braise for 2 hours. Serve with Vietnamese mint, pickles, and dipping sauce (salt, pepper and a kumquat)

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???????? MÓNG LỚN XÀO PATE (Sauteed Cow Hooves with Liver Pate): Clean cow hooves and cut in half. Saute then add seasonings, liver pate, and broth. Let it simmer for 3 minutes, then add scallion, shredded carrot, and butter. Serve on a hot pan with cabbage, mustard leaves and bread to dip in the sauce

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Indonesian Street Food ???????? NASI GORENG RECIPE - Fried Rice!! | Street Food at Home Ep. 3

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Street Food at Home - Nasi Goreng - Indonesian street food style fried rice recipe, with extra chili sambal and extra petai (stink beans) - this is one of my favorite types of fried rice in the world. #IndonesianFood #nasigoreng #streetfood

I’ve taken quite a few trips to Indonesia, and I love the people, the food, and the diversity of the islands. Back in 2016, my wife Ying and I spent a couple weeks in Jakarta, Indonesia. While I tried lots of amazing food, one of the stalls I loved, which was right below the condo where we were staying, served nasi goreng petai - stink beans fried rice. On some nights when we didn’t have other filming plans, I would go downstairs to get a plate, and it was perfect. Fried rice + stink beans - for me it’s about as comfort food as possible.

Ok, let’s get started on this Indonesian street food recipe, but remember that this recipe is very customizable, and the only real way to make it is to taste test it and make it they way you like it.

For the pickle:
2 cucumbers
½ large carrot
20 - 40 small birds eye chilies
2 - 3 tbsp sugar
2 - 3 tbsp white vinegar
½ tsp salt

For the sambal
5 - 20 hot chilies (in Thailand I used Karen chilies)
3 cloves garlic
1 small shallot
½ tsp salt

For the crispy shallots:
Oil for frying

Emping (melinjo crackers) if you can get them, or shrimp crackers

200 grams - 300 grams - Day old rice
2 eggs per plate
2 stalks stink beans, or a handful
½ tsp pepper
½ tbsp soy sauce (to taste)
1 tbsp kecap manis (sweet dark soy sauce)


Chop and mix all the ingredients for the pickle. Adjust vinegar, sugar, and salt to taste. Let it sit, and the juices will start to come.

Peel the shallots, and slice finely. Mix in a bowl with salt, and massage as much of the shallot juice out as possible. They will fry more crispy the drier they are. Deep fry in oil for a few minutes until golden brown and crispy.

If you have emping or shrimp chips, quickly deep fry them.

Add some oil to your wok, heat, and fry a couple of eggs - set aside to drain.

For the nasi goreng, start with the fresh sambal. Pound chilies, garlic, shallots, and salt until coarse and the oils come out.

Add about 2 - 3 tbsp oil to your wok and wait for it to heat. Begin by frying the sambal curry paste you just pounded - fry until fragrant. Then add your stink beans and mix and fry for about a minute. Crack in an egg on the side, let it sizzle for a few seconds before scrambling it, and mixing it into the sambal mixture. When the egg is scrambled, add in your rice. Mix continuously on medium heat, making sure you really break apart each grain of rice. Season with soy sauce and kecap manis, and some pepper. Stir fry until each grain of rice is individual and coated in the soy sauces.

Serve on a plate, fried egg on top, crackers on the side, cucumber and tomato for garnish, and pickle on the side. Enjoy!

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Today, in this Malaysian street food video, we're going to the streets of Kuala Lumpur for 5 of the BEST Street Foods in Malaysia!

Thanks to my friend Mikey for taking us to the incredible Haw Kee DURIAN ORCHARD!!

►First up, we're bringing you for a VERY DELICIOUS Street Food in Malaysia, the Malaysian Indian Street Food banana leaf!!! This is a southern Indian style mixed with Malaysian style curry platter on a banana leaf that you need to eat!!
Malaysian Street Food Restaurant Name: Acha Curry House
Address: 271, Jalan 5/51, Bukit Gasing, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

►Next, we're bringing you to the MOST CHOCOLATEY street dessert in the WORLD! The Incredible Milo Kepal Ketagih in Puchong!!!
Street Food stall name: Laksa Telur Goyang & Milo Kepal Ketagih, Puchong
Address: Lot 7466 Jalan Puchong, Jalan Kampung Baru, Puchong Batu 14, 47100 Puchong, Selangor

► After this, we're bringing you for the MOST EXTREME Street Food in the World - The ULTIMATE SLOPPIEST BURGER EVER!! Malaysia is famous for their Ramly burger, but here, we're taking it up a level for the ULTRA BUTTER SLOPPY VERSION!! You need to see this!!
Street stall name: Om Burger
Restaurant Address: 7-11, Jalan Ayer Kerja Lama, Ukay Heights, 68000 Ampang, Selangor

And then to finish off the street food tour of Kuala Lumpur, we're bringing you for another 3 street foods!

► Next up we're meeting up with our buddy Mikey Wes to go to a LOCAL DURIAN FARM!! But first, we're stopping for a local Chinese street food breakfast dish in Seremban.
Chinese street food noodle stall name: Gerai Fah Kee
Address: 164, Jalan Lee Sam, Bandar Seremban, 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan

► And to finish up the street food tour, we're going for a DURIAN ORCHARD FEAST to try the ULTIMATE DURIAN PLATTER FEAST, including Musang King and the RARE L13 variety!
Durian Orchard Name: Haw Kee Durian Orchard, Lot 2013 Kampung Kolam Air Mukim Pantai Baharu, Jalan Jelebu, 71700 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan

My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Kuala Lumpur eating up as much delicious street food as I can.

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Come and visit together with me this amazing night market in Bangkok and have street food In Bangkok, Thailand. This daily night market is located next to the University of Ramkhamhaeng. There is also a huge section with clothes, beauty products, electronics, and more.
But today, let`s have a look at the street food vendors, cooking your favorite Thai street food in front of your eyes.
Enjoy the walk through one of Bangkok's must-see night markets.

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Street Food in Taiwan : Trying CACTUS ICE CREAM!! BEST Taiwanese Street Food in Penghu!!

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In this video, we visit Penghu Taiwan, an archipelago of BEAUTY in the Taiwan strait. Penghu is an incredible place to explore, full of white sand beaches, dramatic coastline, historical relics and its own delicious cuisine. We will be showing you Penghu’s BEST street food, local restaurants and seafood joints - as well as the best things to see and do in Penghu Taiwan! Let’s go!
We start there day in Magong City, near the Old Street, for a typical Taiwanese street food breakfast. A stall that was making fresh shaobing 燒餅 was our first stop. We watched the process of how the shaobing was made from scratch and then ordered one with bacon and egg. The chef was kind and gave us another kind for free, youtiao 油條 with peanut butter.
Just down the street was another stall serving freshly fried youtiao and soy milk 豆漿. This is a very traditional Taiwanese breakfast, and it was interesting to watch the chefs prepare everything from scratch.

After exploring Zhongyang Old Street, we hopped on our scooter and explored the different islands of Penghu. Our first stop was the Tongliang Great Banyan tree 通樑古榕. Legend says that the massive network of trees started from just one tree. Now it extends over the entire area up to the temple! We stopped to try Penghu’s famous cactus ice cream. The cactus fruit from Penghu creates a beautiful deep pink ice cream with a tart raspberry-like flavour. It is a MUST in the Penghu heat.
Next, we visit the Whale Cave Geopark 鯨魚洞 to see the crystal blue coast, the basalt columns and the cave formation that looks like a whale. This a great lookout and just next to the Whale Cave is a food court. We ordered Penghu Squid Noodles, which is served with chewy squid, vermicelli noodles and a spicy sauce. These are DELICIOUS!!! We highly recommend trying this dish at this restaurant.
We went to Erkan Village 二崁聚落保存區 which is a historical town with hundreds of years of preserved history and unique architecture using coral rocks. We cooled off with another cactus fruit specialty, cactus juice! We also tried a local style douhua 豆花 with sugar syrup, Penghu peanuts and green bean.

For sunset we visited the most beautiful beach we have ever been to - Naian Beach 內垵遊憩區. We walked along the white sand beach, played in the warm, crystal clear ocean and watched the sun go down over the horizon, which painted the sky in orange, pink and purple hues.
Seafood should not be missed in Penghu and we visited an all-you-can-eat seafood BBQ. At your table you have a charcoal grill and you can choose as much seafood as you desire. Their specialty is fresh oysters, but we also tried shrimp, crab, squid, vegetables and more! The oysters were the best and it was very affordable for Penghu seafood!

Restaurant Info:
1 - Shaobing at 鐘記燒餅
No. 37-1號, Wenkang Street, Magong City, Penghu
2 - Youtiao at 益豐豆漿
No. 48, Wenkang Street, Magong City, Penghu
3 - Tongliang Banyan Tree 通樑古榕 and Ice Cream
8-1 Rd., 884, Baisha Township, Penghu
4 - Whale Cave
No. 11-12號, Xiyu Township, Penghu
5 - Squid Noodles at 阿虹的店
11之5號 881, Xiyu Township, Penghu
6 - Erkan Village
881, Penghu County, Xiyu Township
7 - Cactus Juice at 二崁一號(陳家)
Erkan Village
8 - Douhua at 二馬豆花
Erkan Village
9 - Sunset at Naian Beach 內垵遊憩區
881, Penghu County, Xiyu Township
10 - Seafood BBQ at 澎湖大姐自助碳烤廣場
No. 88號, Minzu Road, Magong City, Penghu

Video Editor : Chris Neill

We’re Luke Martin and Sabrina Davidson, food lovers and world travellers! We make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. We particularly like to sample street food across Asia. We are based in Taiwan where we frequent the best Taiwanese street food stops and create travel content to make finding food in Taiwan easier for YOU! Although we are based in Taiwan we travel the majority of the year around the world in search of the best food. We’ve filmed in Japan, The Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Turkey, Lebanon, Palestine, The Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece, Sri Lanka, Canada and the list is still growing! Our mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! We love what we do and we are always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode!


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