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Trying the Must-Eat Dishes in Hong Kong! From BBQ Pork to Clay Pot Rice and the best Veal Dumplings!

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Trying the Must-Eat Dishes in Hong Kong! From BBQ Pork to Clay Pot Rice and the best Veal Dumplings!

Hong Kong is home to one of the best food scenes in the world and in this video we’re trying all the must eat dishes in Hong Kong. From traditional clay pot rice to juicy Islamic beef dumplings, there is definitely something here for every taste and every budget. Join us as we eat the best dishes in Hong Kong. We start off early in the morning with a steaming bowl of fish belly and beef congee at Mui Kee before we make our way to one of Hong Kong’s many cha chaan tengs for a super tasty beef and egg sandwich. For lunch, we hit up Joy Hing, one of the most popular spots in Hong Kong for all sorts of juicy roasted meats like char siu, siu yuk and roast goose, before we get our rice on with traditional clay pot rice. If plate loads of meat and rice are too much, we also check out light and tasty beef brisket noodles, the epic mapo burrata at Second Draft and the ultimate must-eat… dim sum! It’s all here in our latest episode of Hawker Style, our original videos series exploring street food from across the globe.

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Hong Kong's BEST Clay Pot Rice(Bao Zai Fan) - Temple Street Night Market Kowloon

Tried out some of the BEST clay pot or claypot rice Bao Zai Fan in Hong Kong...well actually in Kowloon.

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Why Clay-Pot Rice Is A Signature Hong Kong Dish

Bo zai fan, or clay-pot rice, is a classic Cantonese dish that combines traditional cooking methods with the China’s food staple, rice. It’s best known for fan jiao, the crispy layer of rice at the bottom of the pot. Traditionally cooked over a charcoal fire, clay-pot rice can be combined with various meats, vegetables, and sauces. The versatile dish looks simple at first, but it takes heart and soul to make it just right. We headed out to Clay Pot NYC in New York's West Village with food blogger Ewa Huang to see the art of making the dish and learn why it’s a cultural staple of Hong Kong.

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TRADITIONAL Chinese STREET FOOD Tour of Hong Kong! BEST CLAY POT RICE!

I had an amazing traditional Chinese food day in Hong Kong with my amazing food tour guide, Virginia! We started off with some homemade breakfast noodles then went for egg waffles with egg tarts and soupy dumplings along the way.
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Here's a list of all the places we went to:

✧ Shui Kee (Beef brisket and esophagus)
✧ Oddies (egg waffles and soft serve) Chinese sausage one
✧ Shui Kee (French toast & milk tea)
✧ Man Kei Cart noodles (Morning glory with Fu Yu)
✧ Chiu Chow hop sing desserts (Frog Fallopian tubes dessert)
✧ Chinese Islam - Beef sandwiches
✧ Hoover Bakery - egg tart
✧ Queen Sophie - egg tart
✧ Ladies Market Sik Fan co. - (Squab & stinky tofu bites)
✧ Fei jie - turkey kidney, pig intestines, cuttlefish
✧ Kwan Kee Claypot Rice

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Singapore CHEAP EATS! NETFLIX Street Food & BEST Clay Pot Rice

One of the best things about #singapore is all the different street foods you can get, but this time, I'm checking out the spots where you can get the inexpensive dishes. I also checked out the #netflix #streetfoods.

The places I went to:
✧ Old Hainan Curry Rice
Serangoon North Ave 1, Block 107, Singapore 550107

✧ Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring
14 Haig Rd, Singapore 430014

✧ Lin Yu Mei Sarawak Noodles
14 Haig Rd, #01-33, Singapore 430014 Haig Rd, Singapore 430014

✧ Lian He Ben Ji Clay Pot Rice
335 Smith Street 02-197/198, 199, China Town Complex, Singapore 050335

✧ Yixing Xuan Teahouse
78 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088499

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ULTIMATE Hong Kong STREET FOOD tour in Kowloon | CRAZY Bandit Chicken and MUST EATS in Hong Kong

HONG KONG is a street food paradise! We take you on a massive Hong Kong STREET FOOD TOUR in KOWLOON to show you the best food this city has to offer. Make sure you’re subscribed to our channel so you don’t miss out on heaps more food videos!

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In this video we focus our food hunting in Kowloon. We start the day with a bowl of the best congee we have ever eaten- made with lean pork and century egg the congee at Mui Kee is silky, smooth and fresh.

Then it’s time for some chee cheong fun, rice noodle rolls from a local eatery. We eat the shredded duck cheong fun and the pork liver and ginger juice cheong fun. The pork liver and ginger juice cheong fun are the most memorable out of the two.

Next we pop to a cha chaan teng, a local cafe for a pineapple bun and a glass of hot lemon coke. Contrary to their name, pineapple buns don’t contain any pineapple but are so named because the sweet crust on top of the bun resembles the fruit. The bun is sweet and sandwiched in it is a slice of creamy butter. We ate the pineapple bun in the video at Kam Wah but after several tastings of buns in the area we felt the bun from Hong Lin (a few doors down) has a slight edge on Kam Wah’s version. It’s softer! See addresses for both places below.

Then it’s onto Hoover Bakery known for its egg tarts- said to be some of the best in Hong Kong. We finish with a dai pai dong dinner and eat an amazing Cantonese feast. Dai pai dong “big licence stall” are an important part of Hong Kong’s food culture. Originally many operated as street stalls but many have now moved into covered premises these eateries are local, simple, often a bit grimy but cook to order some amazing food. The number of dai pai dong left in Hong Kong only number around 25 so if you’re visiting don’t miss out on this unique dining experience.

Where and what we ate:

Congee at Mui Kee Congee, Fa Yuen Street Municipal Services Building, 123A Fa Yuen St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong. Open 7:00am to 3:00pm. Closed Tuesday. Mui Kee Congee have recently opened a branch in Singapore at 1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centre #01-12, Singapore 228208. Open 11:30am to 2:30pm and 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Closed Mondays.

Chee cheong fun at Superior Steamed Rice Roll Pro Shop, G/F, 384 Portland St., Prince Edward. Open daily.

Pineapple bun and lemon coke at 47 Bute St, Prince Edward, Hong Kong. Open daily 6:30am to 11:00pm. We also highly recommend the pineapple bun at Hong Lin, Hong Kong, Mong Kok, Tung Choi St, 143-145號號 地下. Open daily 6:30am to 3:00am.

Egg tarts at Hoover Cake Shop, 136 Nga Tsin Wai Rd, Kowloon City, Hong Kong. Open daily 6:30am to 11:30pm.

Cantonese feast at Tai Chung Wah, G/F, 539 Fok Wing Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong. Open daily 6:00pm to 1:00am.

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The Best Chinese Roast Pork (Char Siu) in New York City

This could be the best roast pork (Char Siu) in New York City.
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KOREAN BBQ and STREET FOOD at Haeundae Traditional Market in Busan South Korea

Before my food adventure begins in Busan at the Haeundae Market, I had to try some street foods, which was a great start to my food day. Then I ate some fresh eel and be aware if you eat eel because the eel was still moving while it was cooking. For my last stop, I had some amazing Hanwoo beef in Busan, and it was one of the most tender and juicy beef I had in Korea.
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Incredible Crispy Roast Goose and Claypot Rice in Hong Kong — HK Travel Food Guide!

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On Day 36 of our Round The World Trip for Food with Star Alliance, it was a rainy day in Hong Kong. We started off with some local dim sum, then had incredible roast goose and finished the night with claypot rice.

1:03 Breakfast dim sum at Sam Hui Yat - Thanks to for recommending this restaurant to me. Sam Hui Yat is a Hong Kong neighborhood dim sum restaurant that’s nothing fancy at all, but serves just good tasting, everyday dim sum and yum cha. It’s just a neighborhood hangout, and it’s the type of place I absolutely love. We had a mix of different dim sum, all of which sit at the front of the restaurant slowly steaming and keeping hot until they are ordered and eaten. Everything was good but the lo mai gai, glutinous rice steamed in a lotus leaf was one of my personal favorites. Total price - 102 HKD ($13.15)

7:32 Yung Kee Roast Goose - For lunch we headed to the legendary Yung Kee restaurant in Hong Kong, known for serving some of the best roast goose in all of Hong Kong. There are a lot of stories and drama that surrounds Yung Kee, that I don’t even begin to know all about. But anyway, the restaurant is overall very nice, like a pretty fancy Chinese Cantonese restaurant. The roast goose was absolutely out of this world, with skin that was so crispy and juicy, and a nice blend of salty and sweet in the sauce. Yung Kee is an amazing restaurant in Hong Kong for fantastic roast duck. The chicken and the other dishes we tried were also excellent. Total price - 654.50 HKD ($84.33)

17:29 Four Seasons Claypot Rice (Yau Ma Tei) - To be honest, my wife Ying and I were pretty tired and exhausted from the day, but we decided to head over to Yau Ma Tei for a quick local Hong Kong dinner and to walk around the Temple Street Night Market. Since we were both quite full from lunch, we only ordered a couple dishes including a claypot rice with chicken and mushrooms, and a plate of morning glory with fermented bean sauce on the top. It was a great dinner on this Hong Kong food drink. Total price - 71 HKD ($9.15)

23:12 Temple Street Night Market - Temple Street Night Market is one of the old Hong Kong night markets. There’s not a lot to see or do, but it’s a nice place to browse around at night.

Day 35 in Hong Kong was a wonderful day of delicious Hong Kong food and attraction!

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Thank you to JW Marriott Hong Kong for sponsoring my hotel stay.

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Shanghai Food Tour: Best Soup Dumplings, Pan-Fried Buns, and River Shrimp Ceviche - Eat China (S1E9)

If you only had one day in Shanghai, what should you eat? Shanghai native and self-described foodie Wilson Mao takes us on a food crawl to try some of his favorite places.

This is the ninth episode of our 13-part series on Chinese food called Eat China. In the next episode, we'll head to Suzhou to learn how to make sweet and sour fish.

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Cambodian BREAKFAST BBQ & Traditional FOOD MARKET in Phnom Penh

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8 Must-Eat Street Foods of Hong Kong

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Maggie and Anita from Sam the Local go to Mong Kok to try out a few of the popular street foods of Hong Kong!

Street Foods Featured!
1. Siu Mai
2. Cheung Fun
3. Fish Balls
4. Pig Intestines
5. Roasted Squid
6. Eggettes
7. Stinky Tofu
8. Sugar Cane Juice

Best CHEAP EATS in Hong Kong - Michelin Recommended | Hong Kong Food Guide

This was our last full day in Hong Kong before we sail off to Macau; and of course we had to try to fit as much food into our day.

We didn’t let the rain and train delays stop us. We caught the double decker bus to Sham Shui Po district for HK breakfast at Sun Hang Yuen. Their Beef and Scrambled Egg Toasted Sandwiches are a must! Also order the HK Style French Toast and Beef Brisket Noodles if you’re hungry.

Another well known establishment is Hop Yik Tai (合益泰小食) a Michelin recommended restaurant famous for their Hong Kong Style Chee Cheong Fun 港式猪肠粉 (Steamed Rice Noodle Rolls). There is always a long line to takeaway but there is also room inside to dine in.

The next neighbourhood we visited was Prince Edward where we saw some very unique sighs; a Goldfish Market and Bird Market! Lunch we had delicious and affordable Dim Sum at One Dimsum and grabbed tried the HK Egg Tarts and Cheese Tarts at Queen Sophies.

For dinner stopped to check our McDonald’s Next; the only one in the world! If you want to try a daring dessert stop by Kai Kee Desserts for their the black sesame soup or try one or there other many Cantonese style desserts.
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BEER / WINE DRUNKEN HOTPOT & Suckling Pig in Hong Kong

I went to Hong Kong to try out the famous BBQ suckling pig and beer and wine drunken hotpot. The suckling pig was cooked 2 ways and was by far some of the best I've ever had. The drunken hotpot was on top of a skyscraper and the theatrics, as well as the food, were excellent.

Pig Restaurant:
家全七福酒家 Seventh Son Restaurant
57-73 Lockhart Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Hotpot:
Drunken Hotpot
2/F, 8 Observatory Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

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OLDEST Dim Sum House vs. LUXURY Dim Sum in Hong Kong | How to Eat Dim Sum in Hong Kong Guide!

A trip to Hong Kong would not be complete without some dim sum, and this time, I tried out a couple different experiences. I went for old fashioned traditional dim sum at Lin Heung Tea House and then for fancy luxury dim sum at Yan Toh Heen.
#dimsum #hongkong #dumplings

Restaurants:
✧ Lin Heung Tea House
162 Wellington St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
✧ Yan Toh Heen
Yan Toh Heen, Lower Level, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Food Tour - Breakfast, Bamboo Noodles Won Ton, and Chinese Dai Pai Dong Feast!

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On Day 37 of our Round The World Trip For Food, we continued the food tour of Hong Kong starting with a classic Hong Kong breakfast of lemon tea and a beef and scrambled egg sandwich. We then had some delicious bamboo pounded noodles and wonton, and then continued to have dinner at a famous dai pai dong.

00:29 Sun Hang Yuen (新香園 堅記 Thank you to Josephine for this recommendation) - For breakfast in Hong Kong we headed over to Sham Shui Po and went to a classic Hong Kong cafe and restaurant called Sun Hang Yuen (新香園 堅記). I ordered my usual hot lemon tea, a glass of black tea with a half of a lemon chopped up inside. It was wonderful. We then had a beef and scrambled egg sandwich, which was surprisingly much better than I thought it was going to be. The bread was toasted wonderfully and the beef and eggs on the inside tasted so good, fried in what I think was butter. Total price - 33 HKD ($4.25)

4:58 Sham Shui Po market - After eating breakfast we walked around the Sham Shui Po market, a local fresh wet market in Hong Kong. The market was busy and stocked with everything you could imaging that goes into Hong Kong food.

6:29 Kwan Kee Bamboo Noodle (坤記竹昇面) - There are many famous restaurants in Hong Kong that serve egg noodles and wonton, but I really wanted to find a restaurant that specialized in bamboo kneaded noodles, which is becoming harder and harder to find in Hong Kong. So finally I found a place called Kwan Kee Bamboo Noodle (坤記竹昇面), a new restaurant that uses the owner's family recipe and technique for making his noodles. I was hoping to get to see the noodles being made, but unfortunately they weren’t making them at the time we got there to eat. Nevertheless, the noodles were still made using a bamboo pole to knead the dough. The noodles were amazing, had such a fantastic texture to them, and the wontons were equally as delicious. It was a fantastic noodle eating experience in Hong Kong. Total price - 84 HKD ($10.83)

13:11 Mong Kok, Ladies Market - Mongkok is one of the most famous areas in Hong Kong for shopping, and we walked around the area for a little bit. Ladies Market is a walking street flea market where you’ll find everything from clothes to souvenirs to luggage.

16:40 Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Star Ferry - 2.3 HKD ($0.30) - After walking around Mongkok we took the bus over to Tsim Sha Tsui to walk around and enjoy the views of the skyline of Hong Kong.

18:26 Tung Po Restaurant at Java Road Market (Thank you to Charles for this recommendation) - For dinner, we went to Java Road Market, and to a restaurant called Tung Po, that’s a well known dai pai dong restaurant within the market. They serve a huge menu of different Cantonese and even Thai dishes. My wife and I ordered a couple of different dishes, the highlight of the meal being the razor clams stir fried in black bean sauce. In addition to the food, the ambiance of the restaurant is exactly what you want in Hong Kong. Total price - 464 HKD ($59.83)

26:00 A Symphony of Lights - Finally to end this day of food in Hong Kong we went back to Tsim Sha Tsui to see the symphony of lights show.

Disclaimer and Thank You:
Thank you to Star Alliance and their Round The World tickets ( for sponsoring my business class flights.
Thank you to JW Marriott Hong Kong for sponsoring my hotel stay.

I personally paid for all food and attractions in this video, and I decided what to do and where to eat.

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There are many reasons why i love Hong Kong. I mean besides the shopping, and the amazing people, Hong Kong's food culture is one of the main reasons why i try to go back at least once a year.

In this episode, i show you 6 hong kong street food that i really like, AND.. as a surprise special, a controversial Hong Kong street food that majority of people either love, or hate. there is no in between.

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In order of places i have visited,

Must try Hong Kong (HK) Street Food #1:
Cheung Fun (Steamed Rice Noodle)
Hop Yik Tai - 121 Kweilin St, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

Must try Hong Kong (HK) Street Food #2:
Put Chai Ko (Bowl Pudding) - Michelin Recommended!
Shop 10, 115-117 Fuk Wah Street, Sham Shui Po

Must try Hong Kong (HK) Street Food #3:
Daan Tart (Egg Tart)
Queen Sophie - 64 Bute St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Must try Hong Kong (HK) Street Food #4:
Siu Mai (Dumplings)
Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kong (there are heaps of street stalls lining the street)

Must try Hong Kong (HK) Street Food #5:
Ga Lei Yu Daan (Curry Fishballs)
Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kong (there are heaps of street stalls lining the street)

Must try Hong Kong (HK) Street Food #6 (my fav)
Gai Daan Jai (Egg Waffles)
Bove - 174 Fa Yuen St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Stinky Tofu is indeed a popular Hong Kong Street food, though i'd probably not add that onto my list. if you want to try, here's where you can go: If you DO go, let me know how much you like it.

Delicious Food Shop
Shop 10, G/F, 30-32 Nullah Road, Prince Edward, Hong Kong

Have FUN and ENJOY!!!

6 MUST EAT STREET FOOD in HONG KONG 2019
香港小食; 香港掃街

DIM SUM & Best CURRY in Ipoh Malaysia

I left Kuala Lumpur and drove north to a city that many say is known for their food. On my first half of the day in Ipoh, I had some Kaya toast, the best dry curry noodles, and dim sum. Stay tuned for Part 2 of today!

Locations:
Breakfast noodles and Kaya Toast
Menglembu Wet Market

Yee Fatt Tea Shop II Dry Curry


Ming Court Tim Sum II Dim Sum



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New-School Cantonese BBQ Is An LA Favorite | Line Around The Block

This Hong Kong-style barbecue is one of Downtown LA’s favorite lunch spots, thanks to RiceBox owners Lydia and Leo Lee. They make char siu pork, porchetta, and crispy duck with high-quality ingredients in customizable bowls and boxes. The couple learned to cook from their respective families, who also owned restaurants. They have taken classic family recipes and updated them, but still remain true to familiar Cantonese BBQ flavors and textures. RiceBox is located in the Spring Arcade Building at 541 South Spring Street.

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Trying TRADITIONAL Eats & Local Street Food in Macau China | OMG EGG TARTS!

My first time visiting Macau the Vegas of Asia. Macau food is known to be a combination of Portuguese, Chinese, and local Macanese Food. I started off with some of the most famous street food pork chop sandwiches, then went to try some local Portuguese inspired dishes as well as the popular egg tarts! Which were amazing!
#macau #eggtart #hongkong

Restaurants I went to:

✧ Sei Kee Cafe: 1 Largo dos Bombeiros, Macao
✧ ADEGA VELHA Portuguese Cuisine: 643 R. de Fernao Mendes Pinto, Macao
✧ Restaurante Litoral: 261 R. do Alm. Sergio, Macao
✧ Lord Stow's Bakery: Everywhere!
✧ Wong Chi Kei for shrimp roe noodles: Number 21 R. do Cunha, Macao

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