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MUST EAT FOODS IN HONG KONG 2023

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In this video Greg introduces you to the local food of Hong Kong #dimsum #點心 #hongkong #香港 #鬼佬在香港

10 BEST FOODS to eat in Hong Kong (and exactly WHERE to get them) | THE CLASSIC HONG KONG FOOD TOUR

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WELCOME TO HONG KONG! Whether you're just coming to visit, or you've just moved to Hong Kong or you're moving out of Hong Kong and want to make sure you haven't left any stones unturned before you leave, this is the tour! This is what you have to eat in Hong Kong before leaving! The MUST EATS of Hong Kong. These are the most classic, well known, and famous Hong Kong dishes and foods. Make sure to try out these foods at their most famous restaurants respectively to really get in the ultimate Hong Kong food experience. All these restaurants are super well known so don't worry if they look "off the beaten" path because they're not. Also, whoever tells you these places are hidden gems are clearly lying to you LOL English menus are available at all these places with the exception of Joy Hing so don't worry. This Hong Kong food tour is meant for you to do it yourself so it shouldn't be intimidating. This food tour is also within a small area (the more touristy areas of Hong Kong) so you'll be able to do it within a few hours though I would recommend you spilt it up before two days as there is quite a bit of food. Once you've done this, come back and we'll go through the more hidden gems of Hong Kong but start here first so you get a basic food foundation of the flavours of Hong Kong. =) If you go straight to the hidden gems without a base, you'll won't really understand why those are hidden gems, if that makes sense. EDIT: Just doing my tour guide training and there's a correction. Cookie crust arrived in Hong Kong in the 1940's and puff pastry in the 1950's. Interested in all this Hong Kong Food Stuff? Check out this playlist: 🤍 Addresses and names of restaurants mentioned: LAN FONG YUEN | Hong Kong Milk Tea 2 Gage St, Central (Other locations available) TAI CHEONG | Egg Tart 35 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central (Other locations available) MAK'S NOODLES | Wonton Noodles 77 Wellington St, Central (Other locations available) YAT LOK | Roasted Goose G/F, 34-38 Stanley Street THE PENINSULA THE LOBBY | Afternoon Tea Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui KAM WAH | Pineapple Bun 45-47 Bute St, Mong Kok JOY HING | Char Siu BBQ Pork 265 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai MAMMY PANCAKE | Egg Waffles 1-5 Haven St, Causeway Bay (Other locations available) TIM HO WAN | Dim Sum 9-11 Fuk Wing St, Sham Shui Po (Other locations available) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FIND US: IG | 🤍 WEBSITE | 🤍 VIRGINIA'S IG | 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About HUMID WITH A CHANCE OF FISHBALLS TOURS: “If you like our name, you’ll like our tours” is their motto. Founded in late 2016, Humid with a Chance of Fishballs Tours is a small grassroots independent company that strives to offer authentic and off-the-beaten path tours so tourists and expats alike can get a taste and glimpse of true local life in Hong Kong. Eat through Hong Kong's heritage, culture and tradition with us! Support local =) Subscribe, book a tour or buy some merch =D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - More detailed information on tours and booking | 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - #mongkok #hongkongfood #hongkong Timestamps: 0:00 Start 1:09 | 1. Hong Kong Milk Tea 2:03 | 2. Egg Tart 3:24 | 3. Wonton Noodles 4:46 | 4. Roasted Goose 6:30 | 5. Afternoon Tea 7:35 | 6. Pineapple Bun 8:37 | 7. Char Siu 10:43 | 8. Egg Waffles 11:53 | 9. Dim Sum 13:11 | 10. Fishballs MUSIC: Music | Stay Home by Declan DP Watch: 🤍 License: 🤍 Download/Stream: 🤍 "Exploring by Vishmak 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 "By The Croft by Joakim Karud 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 Exploring by Vishmak 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍

18 Hong Kong STREET FOODS Across Hong Kong!! DIM SUM, CANTONESE Meat + DAI PAI DONG Seafood

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Get Exclusive NordVPN deal here ➼ 🤍 It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! HONG KONG one of Asia's top food destinations is famous for its Cantonese meats, dim sum and so much more. In this episode I'll take you around Hong Kong on the ULTIMATE street food tour to try 18 STREET FOODS in Hong Kong! From dai pai dongs to cha chaan tengs Hong Kong's food scene is diverse and unique for such a small city. Thank you for watching and if you enjoyed this video, make sure to LIKE and subscribe so that you never miss an episode of Chopstick Travel. Video Chapters: 0:00-0:32 Intro 0:33-2:37 Roast Goose 2:38-4:25 Tofu 4:26-6:53 Dim Sum 6:54-8:00 Nord VPN Ad 8:01-9:15 Hong Kong Waffle 9:16-11:20 Dai Pai Dong 11:21-12:46 Snake Soup 12:47-13:37 Almond Sesame Dessert 13:38-15:37 Milk Tea & Egg tart 15:38-16:25 Breakfast Sandwich 16:26-17:48 Macaroni Soup 17:49-18:49 Steamed Fish 18:50-19:48 Chee Cheong Fun 19:49-21:37 Beef Curry 21:38-24:00 Roast Meat 24:01-25:40 Lo Mai Gai 25:41-27:50 Hong Kong Noodles 27:51-29:06 Triple Egg Rice 29:07-31:00 Wanton Noodles 31:01-31:22 Outro I'm Luke Martin, food lover and world traveller! I make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. I particularly like to sample street food across Asia. I’ve eaten my way across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, parts of Africa, North America and the list is still growing! My mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! I love what I do and I'm always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode! 🥢 SUPPORT CHOPSTICK TRAVEL : 🤍 🤍 📱FOLLOW CHOPSTICK TRAVEL : 🤍 🤍 🤍 🎵 MUSIC (try it for free) : 🤍?=Wn_-_7Nk

Street Food Bosses of Hong Kong!!! Inside the Kitchens that Created Hong Kong Cuisine!!

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🎥 STRANGE SEAFOOD IN HONG KONG! » 🤍 🍜BOOK WITH HUMID WITH A CHANCE OF FISHBALLS » 🤍 💗SUPPORT OUR MISSION» 🤍 Thanks to Virginia for joining us on this Hong Kong food tour! 📷 Humid With a Chance of Fishballs: IG 🤍ilikefishballs | YouTube: 🤍 Like our music? Enjoy a free 30-day of Epidemic Sound for the best royalty free music: 🤍 + Holiday Special (Valid until Dec 31, 2019): GET 3 MONTHS FREE WITH CODE: BEFRS3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TRADITIONAL HONG KONG FOOD 1. LIN HEUNG TEA HOUSE ADDRESS: 160 - 164 Wellington Street, Central, HK OPENING HOURS: MON - SUN: 6:00AM - 10:00PM 🐖PIG LIVER SHUMAI: Slice pig liver, then blanch it. Season with ginger & fried garlic oil. Shape the shumai base into balls and place the liver on top. Leave for 30 minutes. Steam for 10 minutes and then serve with soy sauce, chili oil and vinegar. 🐥STEAMED CHICKEN FEET WITH BLACK BEAN SAUCE: Poach chicken feet in hot water for 30 seconds and then deep fry. Boil for 1 hour, then season with cornstarch, fried garlic oil and black bean sauce. Add chili and steam for 10 minutes. 💸PRICE: Shumai - 30HKD/$3.8USD | Chicken Feet - 26HKD/$3.3USD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2. SHAM TSENG OLD TIME - YUE KEE ROAST GOOSE RESTAURANT ADDRESS: G/F 12 Queen Victoria Street, Central, HK OPENING HOURS: 11:00AM - 11:00PM WEBSITE: 🤍 🐦CHARCOAL ROASTED GOOSE: Season goose with sugar, five spices, salt & dried shallots and then soak in maltose water. After, hang the goose on tensile hooks for 6 hours to dry and then refrigerate it for 6 hours. Finally, roast the goose in a clay pot for an hour and serve with plum sauce. 💸PRICE: 680HKD/$86.87USD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3. LUNG KEE RESTAURANT (DRAGON RESTAURANT) ADDRESS: 87 - 89 Man Nin street, Sai Kung, HK OPENING HOURS: MON - SUN 7:00AM - 10:00PM SOCIAL: 🤍 🐖ROASTED SUCKLING PIG: Clean the pig and flatten it on the table by cutting along its spine and fleshing out a bit of the back legs’ meat. Hang the pig on a tensile hook. Soak it in hot water and then rinse with cold water. Place the pig in a sugar, salt and five spice marinade. Next, pour cold water on it and a concentrated sugar-vinegar mixture. After, place the pig in an oven for 30 minutes. Finally, dry it and hand-roast for 10 minutes. Serve with black bean sauce and sugar when ready. 💸PRICE: 700HKD/$89.43USD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4. HAPPY TOGETHER HOTPOT ADDRESS: G/F 70-72 Tak Ku Ling Road, Kowloon City, HK OPENING HOURS: MON - THU & SUN: 5:30PM - 2:00AM | FRI - SAT: 5:30PM - 3:00AM IG: 🤍happy_together_hotpot 🐟FISH MAW BROTH HOTPOT: Clean the fish and remove the bladder. Hotpot: Cut the winter melon in circles, then place it in the pot. Add bamboo fungus, cabbages, mushroom, yam, goji, leaks & chinese celery. Place sliced chicken in the pot. Add chinese herbs, fungus & chinese ham. Put the pot on the stove with the broth and allow it to boil with all the ingredients. 💸PRICE: Fish Maw - 108HKD/$13.8USD | Swim Bladder, Duck blood, Black Beef Tripe: 58HKD/$7.41USD | Fish Maw Broth: 188HKD/$24.02USD #BestEverHongKongFoodTour - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 💬COME SAY HI: INSTAGRAM » 🤍 (🤍besteverfoodreviewshow) FACEBOOK » 🤍 💗SUPPORT OUR MISSION: Patreon is a platform that allows people to support creators on a recurring basis. Your contribution is an investment in the creative freedom of my channel and enables me to keep my content authentic and uninterrupted. Your generous donation allows me the time and resources to create more videos for you. We also have some pretty sweet rewards, exclusive to Patreon Bestys. » 🤍 Our VIP Patrons: David Baliles, Joaquin Rueda VI, Ryan Rhodes & Muhammad Octovan 🥒ABOUT BEFRS: Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 🎬CREDITS: DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY » Nguyễn Tân Khải CAMERA OPERATOR » Nguyễn Minh Đức VIDEO EDITOR » Lê Anh Đỗ PRODUCER » Huỳnh Hà My PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Gabbie Nain LOCAL FIXER » Virginia Chan COLOR & MASTER » Quí Nguyễn Selected tracks via Audio Network For business inquiries: marketing🤍befrs.com

Why is Hong Kong a Dim Sum Paradise | City Bites Hong Kong Edition Ep4

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To many Hong Kongers, dim sum is more than just good food. It’s an excuse to hang out with friends and family for hours. And it’s no longer just a Sunday brunch thing. People in the city love it so much that now, they get it anytime, anywhere. Follow us to the best dim sum spots in Hong Kong to find out what makes these small plates of food so special. This is the fourth episode of City Bites, Hong Kong edition, where we dive into the city’s unique food culture, and its roots. 0:00 What is yum cha? 3:27 What dim sum to order 4:19 Dim sum chefs are everything 7:04 Midnight dim sum As you know, Goldthread's been publishing videos every week for the past four years. We really hope you've enjoyed our content and thanks to all of you who've followed us on our many adventure on-screen. Donations from you guys will go a long way to help us continue to invest time and effort to keep producing the high-quality videos you love. Please consider making a contribution to Goldthread via the “Thanks” button above! Thank you in advance❤️! Don’t miss our stories, what’s buzzing around the web, and bonus material. Sign up for the GT NEWSLETTER: 🤍 If you liked this video, we have more stories about regional food and drinks in Hong Kong: Must-eat Dai Pai Dong Street Diners in Hong Kong | City Bites Hong Kong Edition Ep3 🤍 Why Milk Tea in Hong Kong Tastes So Unique | City Bites Hong Kong Edition Ep2 🤍 Follow us on Instagram for behind-the-scenes moments: 🤍 Stay updated on Twitter: 🤍 Join the conversation on Facebook: 🤍 Have story ideas? Send them to us at hello🤍goldthread2.com Producer: Angie Hon Videographer: Erin Lo, César del Giudice Editor: César del Giudice Animation: Stella Yoo Narration: Dai Qian Mastering: César del Giudice #hongkong #dimsum #yumcha

Dinner at Hongkong Food court #hongkong

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#hongkong #hongkonglife #filipinamarriedtoforeigner #filipinamarriedtochinese #filipinahongkongcouple

Hong Kong Street Food - 6 iconic Street Foods in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Street Food compilation of 6 Street Foods filmed in 7 parts of Hong Kong: Mongkok, Central, Tai O, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yao Ma Tei, Sham Shui Po and Wanchai - - Street Food dish, location and price: No. 1 0:01 Beef entrails / Beef offal: Street food locations: Mongkok and Central - Price: 3.20 USD / The noodle soup version at 2:07 costs 4.10 USD No. 2 3:23 Fish balls: Street food locations: Tai O and Tsim Sha Tsui - Price: the bowl 3.20 USD No. 3 4:55 Rice noodle rolls: Street food location: Yao Ma Tei - Price: 1.50 USD No. 4 6:35 Chopped chicken, duck, pork and pigeon: Street food locations: Sham Shui Po and Wanchai - Price: various prices - Rice with barbecue pork at 11:26 - Price: 2.70 USD No. 5 12:08 Orange Cuttlefish: Street food location: Tai O - Price: 7 USD No. 6 13:50 Mobile Softee: Street food location: Yao Ma Tei (also often seen at Star Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui and in Sham Shui Po) Price: 1.10 USD All prices seen in the video are shown in Hong Kong Dollars - 1 USD = 8 HKD

The Street Food Noodle Legend of Hong Kong

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One of the best ways to experience Hong Kong is through its food. Join us as we discover how Cheung Hou Hei, also known as Herman, brought a street food classic on the brink of extinction back to life in this episode of Street Food Icons. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to VICE Asia: 🤍 Connect with VICE Asia: Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍 Like VICE Asia on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE Asia on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍

Local Food Tour in Hong Kong | Get Your Guide

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With the short amount of time we had in Hong Kong, we decided to go on a local food tour. We found Armie using GetYourGuide as we searched for local things to do in Hong Kong. With our local guide, we walked through the streets of Hong Kong and entered into places we wouldn't have gone on our own if it wasn't for our guide! If only we had more room in our stomachs, we could have ate so much more food! You can find local activities in Hong Kong using the link below: 🤍 All music from Epidemic Sound. Use our referral code to sign up: 🤍 The VPN we use, ExpressVPN: 🤍 Our camera gear: DJI Mini 2: 🤍 Sony a6300: 🤍 Insta360 GO 2: 🤍 Check out our full kits here: 🤍 Some of these links are affiliate links. This means if you purchase the item using the links shared we may make a small commission. Follow us: WeChat Channel: James and Keli 🤍 🤍 🤍esandkeli 🤍 - We are James and Keli, previously Two Tickets Around the World. We are originally from Kansas in the United States and after many years of traveling during our holidays together, we took a leap of faith and moved to China. While we teach English during the week, we use our holidays and weekends to explore the different wonders of China. Once the borders open, we'll continue our adventures exploring the rest of the world. Until then, let's explore China together.

This is How HONG KONG is Now 🇭🇰 (We waited 3 years for this!)

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Thank you to Ridge Wallet for sponsoring this video. Check them out here: 🤍 We've waited 3 years to come back so we're really excited to see how Hong Kong is now! We spend the day in the buzzing area of Mong Kok known for shopping, markets and street food. Join us as we try some of our favourite Hong Kong foods and show you why Mong Kok is still very worth visiting! LOCATIONS FEATURED: 📍Ladies' Market: 🤍 📍Mammy Pancake (媽咪雞蛋仔): 🤍 📍Ho Ho Cafe (好好冰室): 🤍 If you enjoy our videos, here are some ways you can support us! △ Hit SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and SHARE our videos with your friends! △ Check out our NEW merch | 🤍 △ It takes a lot of coffee to produce a video | 🤍 △ Support us directly | 🤍 We appreciate you and thank you for your support :) GEARS WE USE △ Canon EOS M50 △ DJI Mavic Mini 2 △ GoPro Hero 10 △ Boya by-MM1 Compact On Camera Microphone WHERE WE GET OUR MUSIC △ Epidemic Sound (30 Day Free Trial): 🤍 LET’S CONNECT △ Website:🤍 △ Work Enquiries: floraandnote🤍gmail.com △ Instagram: 🤍 Video Breakdown by Chapters: 0:00 - Hello Hong Kong! 0:28 - What is Mong Kok like now? 4:24 - Best Egg Waffle! 5:41 - What is Ridge Wallet? 6:21 - Sneaker Street 7:12 - Taste of Hong Kong! Disclosures: Some links in the description are affiliate links. If you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a commission at no additional cost to you. #floraandnote #hongkong #travelvlog

5 MUST EAT FOOD before you leave HONG KONG! Visiting Lin Heung Teahouse, French Toast & IKEA HK Vlog

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#hongkong #hongkongfood Check out Virginia's YouTube Channel: 🤍hongkongfoodtours Website: 🤍 IG: 🤍 Locations Featured: 1. Dim Sum: Lin Heung Tea House - 160 Wellington St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong 2. Hong Kong Roast Meats: 38 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong 3. Wonton Noodles: Mak Man Kee - 5 Parkes St, Jordan, Hong Kong 4. Satay Beef French Toast: Lok Yuen - 100 Nga Tsin Wai Rd, Kowloon City, Hong Kong 5. Egg Waffles: Argyle centre, Mong Kok In this vlog, we cover 5 things that you absolutely have to eat before you leave Hong Kong. I am already back in Sydney but some of these things, like the char siu, wonton noodles, man - I'm already missing it. ★ Visit my website to find all my other content: 🤍 WATCH MORE HK VLOGS: ► Michelin Star Roast Goose: 🤍 ► Fancy Hong Kong Dim Sum: 🤍 ► Hong Kong Quarantine: 🤍

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

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►Hong Kong Travel Guide for Food Lovers: 🤍 ►25 Must-Eat Dishes in Hong Kong: 🤍 ►Subscribe to my videos: 🤍 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. Music: 🤍 GEAR I USE: Main camera I use: 🤍 Main lens: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Gorillapod: 🤍 *These are Amazon affiliate links MY WEBSITES: Migrationology.com: 🤍 Get e-mail updates: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: 🤍migrationology Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 SUPPORT MY WIFE AND I: Donate: 🤍 T-shirts: 🤍 Check out my Hong Kong Travel Guide for Food Lovers: 🤍

Hong Kong’s Queen of Macaroni

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There was a time when you could find dai pai dongs, or hawker stands that sell food at low prices, along every street in Hong Kong. Now, only a few remain. Join us as we speak to Irene Lee, the owner of one of these dai pai dongs, and learn more about her famous tomato macaroni soup. Subscribe to MUNCHIES here: 🤍 All MUNCHIES videos release a full week early on our site: 🤍 Hungry? Sign up here for the MUNCHIES Recipes newsletter. 🤍 Check out 🤍 for more! Follow MUNCHIES here: TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍

HONG KONG FOOD GUIDE // 香港美食指南 (Hong Kong Travel Guide)

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In this video, I share with you some of my favourite restaurants and things to eat in Hong Kong. Special thanks to my sister who helped a lot with this video! * Information accurate at the time this video was posted 0:11 Yum Cha 0:42 Street Food 1:26 Egg Waffles 1:48 Dai Pai Dong 2:08 Cha Chaan Teng 2:52 Congee Shops 3:31 Noodle Shops 4:10 Teng Zai Fun 4:41 Clay Pot Rice 4:59 Siu Laap Pou 5:14 Bakeries 5:31 Egg Tarts 5:58 Fast Food Chains 6:20 Desserts WATCH MORE ⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩⇩ RAILWAY MUSEUM (Things to do in Japan) 🤍 MIYAKOJIMA, OKINAWA (Beaches in Japan) 🤍 THINGS TO DO IN OSAKA (Japan Travel Guide) 🤍 ☆ CONNECT WITH US ☆ Instagram: 🤍 If you like my videos, please let me know in the comments section and consider subscribing. It will help me to keep growing this channel. Thank you! ~ Anita :) ♫ Music ♫ ~ Time to be Happy - Audioroyaltyfree ~ It is Fun - Nazar Rybak ~ Joyful and Positive - Nazar Rybak ~ Positive5 - Peritune #thingstoeatinhongkong #HongKongstreetfood

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

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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. #hongkong #hongkongeats #chinesefood 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 Check out Virginia's social media and site! She's awesome! IG: 🤍ilikefishballs YT: 🤍 Website: 🤍 *MORE EXCLUSIVE Content on Instagram* ✩ 🤍 ➔ Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! 🤍 ✸ Strictly Dumpling T-Shirts HERE: 🤍 ➣ Subscribe for MORE videos about food! 🤍 ➣ Subscribe to my Vlog Channel! 🤍 ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: 🤍 Facebook Mike Fan Page: 🤍 Personal Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 ◈ Equipment I use for filming◈ : Sony RX100 Mark V: 🤍 PANASONIC LUMIX G85: 🤍 Wide Angle Lens: 🤍 Camera Mic: 🤍 Camera Lights: 🤍 Handheld Audio Recorder: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Drone: 🤍 My Favorite Cookware! wok/pan 🤍 Also this pan 🤍 Pressure pan 🤍 Nonstick pot 🤍 - ✉ Send stuff to our P.O. Box! Mike Chen P.O. Box 610 Middletown, NY 10940 - ♫ Music from: Epidemic Sound 🤍

A Classic Hong Kong Diner Dish That Came from British Rule

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Lucas Sin, chef of Nice Day Chinese and Junzi Kitchen, explains the fascinating and unique history behind diners in Hong Kong, known as Cha Chaan Tengs. As he explains, Lucas makes macaroni & ham soup, stocking milk tea, toast, and scrambled eggs. The British colonized Hong Kong for 100 years, and in that time, a mixture of Chinese and British culture emerged, embracing ingredients like ketchup instead of tomato sauce, and utilizing western utensils instead of chopsticks. Today, cha chaan tengs are at the forefront of culture, pushing diner food in new, unexpected, and exciting directions. Subscribe to Munchies here: 🤍 All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: 🤍 Hungry? Sign up here for the MUNCHIES Recipes newsletter. 🤍 Check out 🤍 for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Foursquare: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍

Must-eat Dai Pai Dong Street Diners in Hong Kong | City Bites Hong Kong Edition Ep3

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In the 1960s, there were hundreds of open-air food stalls, or dai pai dong, in Hong Kong. Now, only 21 of them are left. People love them for serving cheap lunches and stir-fried dishes with the heavenly wok hei taste. Follow us as we visit two of the most popular dai pai dong in the city! This is the third episode of City Bites, Hong Kong edition, where we dive into the city’s unique food culture, and its roots. 0:00 What is a dai pai dong? 02:49 Central’s queen of Macaroni 05:19 Stress busters 08:11 Oldie but goodie *Sing Heung Yuen’s address: ​​G/F, 2 Mee Lun Street, Central, Hong Kong *Chorland Cookfood Stall’s address: Shop 2&4, G/F, 187 Ma Tau Wai Road, To Kwa Wan, Hong Kong As you know, Goldthread's been publishing videos every week for the past four years. We really hope you've enjoyed our content and thanks to all of you who've followed us on our many adventures on screen. Donations from you guys will go a long way to help us continue to invest time and effort to keep producing the high-quality videos you love. Please consider making a contribution to Goldthread via the “Thanks” button above! Thank you in advance! Don’t miss our stories, what’s buzzing around the web, and bonus material. Sign up for the GT NEWSLETTER: 🤍 If you liked this video, we have more stories about regional food and drinks in China: Cook and Eat the Freshest Fish on a Fishing Boat | City Bites Hong Kong Edition Ep1 🤍 Why Milk Tea in Hong Kong Tastes So Unique | City Bites Hong Kong Edition Ep2 🤍 Follow us on Instagram for behind-the-scenes moments: 🤍 Stay updated on Twitter: 🤍 Join the conversation on Facebook: 🤍 Have story ideas? Send them to us at hello🤍goldthread2.com Producer: Yoyo Chow Videographer: César del Giudice, Gavin Wong, Will Hon Editor: Nicholas Ko Animation: Stella Yoo Narration: Dai Qian Mastering: Victor Peña #HongKong #Travel #DaiPaiDong

Hong Kong Street Food Tour & Travel Guide

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Hong Kong has so much incredibly delicious street food it's hard to know where to begin. This travel guide will help you understand Hong Kong's history and culture as we explore the vibrant street food scene the city has to offer. Join Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers as they explore Hong Kong. This video was filmed on our off day during production of our new Youtube TV show "Basic Versus Baller" with Tastemade. SUBSCRIBE ► 🤍 TASTEMADE ►🤍 - SHOP OUR MERCH ► 🤍 - WHAT WE VLOG WITH ► 🤍 - FOLLOW US: + INSTAGRAM ►🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + SNAPCHAT ►🤍Vagabrothers - Personal Accounts: + Alex ► YT: 🤍 IG: 🤍 + Marko ► YT: 🤍 IG: 🤍 - Contribute to Vagabrothers #TranslationTeam: 🤍 - SEND US STUFF: 2633 Lincoln Blvd #921 Santa Monica, CA 90405 - BOOK YOUR TRAVELS HERE: + Hotels: 🤍 + Flights: 🤍 + Eurail Tickets: 🤍 + Insurance: 🤍 - HOW WE GET AROUND: Get your first free ride with Uber by using the code "UberVagabrothersUE" or clicking here: 🤍 - P.S. We love the Vagabuddies... Subscribe and join the squad! Whether you’re looking for travel vlogs, travel tips and inspiration or want to know how to travel like a professional, then Vagabrothers is the travel vlog you’ve been searching for. With our in-depth destination guides and travel vlog series you get the trip specific information you need to know before you go. If you want to know the top 10 things to do in cities around the world then we are the travel vloggers you’ve been looking for. We’re Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers, we are brothers and vagabonds from San Diego, California but now live in Venice Beach in Los Angeles. We’ve traveled all over Europe by train, bicycle and road trips, we’ve backpacked through South America and South East Asia and explored the wilderness of Africa. From Machu Picchu Peru to Cape Town, Ireland, The Basque Country in Spain to South Korea and all the way back to Thailand or Helsinki, Finland - we’ve haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on our list. We will help you find affordable destinations to visit right now, show you how to get cheap airfare and tickets, and share insider travel hacks that will make your trip as smooth as butter. Take a moment, look around the channel, but don’t forget to subscribe and turn on notifications, because we are taking YOU AROUND THE WORLD!

Hong Kong's Queen of Macaroni

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There was a time when you could find dai pai dongs, or hawker stands that sell food at low prices, along every street in Hong Kong. Now, only a few remain. Join us as we speak to Irene Lee, the owner of one of these dai pai dongs, and learn more about her famous tomato macaroni soup. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to VICE Asia: 🤍 Connect with VICE Asia: Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍 Like VICE Asia on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE Asia on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍

HONG KONG STREET FOOD | This Hong Kong Style Cafe is Frequented by Celebrities!

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Traditional Hong Kong style cafes, or cha chaan teng, are ubiquitous in Hong Kong, being found on almost every street corner. In this episode, we venture to one of the most famous, Cheung Hing Coffee Shop (祥興咖啡室) in Happy Valley, and try Hong Kong milk tea, pineapple buns and satay beef noodles to see if this historical cafe lives up to its stellar reputation. -Video Credits- Written, produced, filmed, edited, animated, hosted and original music by Sam Evans Videographer and Executive producer: Vienne Leung-Evans

A must-have dish when you visit Hong Kong: Crispy chicken

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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 Crispy chicken is one of the most essential dishes for banquets and gatherings in Hong Kong, as the dish symbolises prosperity and luck. Mastering this dish is one of the fundamentals for a Cantonese cuisine chef. The Post’s Lisa Cam visited three of the city’s top Chinese restaurants to discover the secret behind this beloved dish, which will be a highlight of many Lunar New Year banquets. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #Lifestyle #HongKongCuisine

A Classic Hong Kong Diner Dish That Came from British Rule

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Lucas Sin, chef of Nice Day Chinese and Junzi Kitchen, explains the fascinating and unique history behind diners in Hong Kong, known as Cha Chaan Tengs. As he explains, Lucas makes macaroni & ham soup, stocking milk tea, toast, and scrambled eggs. The British colonized Hong Kong for 100 years, and in that time, a mixture of Chinese and British culture emerged, embracing ingredients like ketchup instead of tomato sauce, and utilizing western utensils instead of chopsticks. Today, cha chaan tengs are at the forefront of culture, pushing diner food in new, unexpected, and exciting directions. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to VICE Asia: 🤍 Connect with VICE Asia: Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍 Like VICE Asia on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE Asia on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍

Why Clay-Pot Rice Is A Signature Hong Kong Dish

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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. For more, visit: 🤍 🤍 MORE CULTURAL EATS: Why Moroccans Love Clay-Pot Tangia, ft. Abir 🤍 We Tried Vietnamese Sea Snails 🤍 Why Döner Kebab Is The Essential Turkish Food With Enes Kanter 🤍 #HongKong #ClayPotRice #FoodInsider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 Food Insider on Facebook: 🤍 Food Insider on Instagram: 🤍 Food Insider on Twitter: 🤍 Insider on Snapchat: 🤍 Insider on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Insider on TikTok: 🤍 Food Insider on Dailymotion: 🤍 Why Clay-Pot Rice Is A Signature Hong Kong Dish

Hong Kong Street Food Tour — Roasted Meat and Amazing Dai Pai Dong Experience!

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►Subscribe to my videos: 🤍 ►25 Must-Eat Dishes in Hong Kong: 🤍 ►Hong Kong Travel Guide for Food Lovers: 🤍 On Day 38 of our Round The World Trip for Food with Star Alliance, I wanted to make it a full on Hong Kong street food tour. We first started with some amazing Hong Kong roast meat, then had lunch at a legendary Hong Kong dai pai dong street food stall, and then continued on to a local Hong Kong dai pai dong for dinner. 00:50 Kwan Yu Roasted Meat (君御燒味) - Starting off the morning, we first ate at Kwan Yu Roasted Meat (君御燒味), a small and friendly Cantonese roasted meat restaurant. I ordered roast pork, char siu, and also got a soy sauce pigeon on the side. Everything was good, but the soy sauce pigeon, a local Hong Kong delicacy, was the best. Nothing like starting off a Hong Kong food tour with some roasted meats! Total price - 81 HKD ($10.44) What is a dai pai dong? A dai pai dong officially means a restaurant with a big license plate, but it refers to usually open air cooked food stalls, or Hong Kong street food stalls. 7:20 Sing Kee (盛記) - One of the legendary Hong Kong street food dai pai dong’s located right in the heart of Hong Kong central is Sing Kee (盛記). They serve all sorts of stir fried dishes that you order to make. I ordered a plate of sweet and sour pork ribs, chicken with ginger and spring onion, and clams in black bean sauce. The street food stall has an amazing atmosphere, slotted between sky rise buildings within an alley. The chef was pretty friendly, and when I was taking photos, he offered me a taste test of the sweet and sour ribs, right out of the wok. Sing Kee (盛記) is an amazing Hong Kong street food stall to eat at when you’re in Hong Kong. Total price - 169 HKD ($21.79) 13:27 Chan Kun Kee (陳根記) dai pai dong (Thank you to: 🤍 for this recommendation) - Finally for dinner, I decided we needed to take a little food mission to Fo Tan Station, Wo Che Estate, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, in search of a properly local Hong Kong dai pai dong experience. The restaurant was tucked back into a neighborhood, far removed from the everyday hustle of Hong Kong. Yet in the midst of the condos, there it was, Chan Kun Kee (陳根記), an incredibly huge open air restaurant serving all things Cantonese food. I ordered the drunken chicken, fried fish, mantis shrimp, and a spicy fish pot. The food was awesome, and the loud and hectic Hong Kong environment was perfect. This was a stop on today’s Hong Kong food tour that was well worth getting off the eaten path for. Total price - 402 HKD ($51.83) It was an amazing day of eating Hong Kong street food on this food tour. I don’t think I can choose a favorite meal or dish of the day, they were all so delicious! 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. GEAR I USE: Main camera I use: 🤍 Main lens: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Gorillapod: 🤍 *These are Amazon affiliate links MY WEBSITES: Migrationology.com: 🤍 Get e-mail updates: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: 🤍migrationology Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 SUPPORT MY WIFE AND I: Donate: 🤍 T-shirts: 🤍 Check out my Hong Kong Travel Guide for Food Lovers: 🤍

$205 High-end Lunch - 5 Star Hotel in Hong Kong

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Visiting Hung Tong a Cantonese restaurant in Kerry Hotel in Hong Kong to have: 0:19 Sauteed sliced abalone with onions, spring onions and wild mushrooms 6:36 Stir-fried Macao sole with wild mushrooms, vegetables and pumpkin

Hong Kong Food Lunch Boxes of Chopped BBQ Pork Roasted Pig & Chickens

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Hong Kong Street Food Quick Lunch Boxes of Chopped BBQ Pork Roasted Pig & Chickens... My channel regularly publishes walking tours, street food (with no talking) of my walks in Hong Kong if you want to see all my walks, visit my channel page: ► 🤍 - Watching more video about HongKong street food ► 🤍 - Watching more video about HongKong walk tour ► 🤍 - Watching more video about HongKong bus ride ► 🤍 - Watching more video about HongKong seafood ► 🤍 - Subscribed to our channel ► 🤍 Hong Kong Food is a documentary video channel about bringing you a everything about Hong Kong: food, streets, cultural, and famous places in city .... and will let you have live experience of Hong Kong street food. So viewers those who loves street food,fast food, village food specially outside of home food, must watch my channel. I am sure you will get lots more information about street food and all other cities food culture in Hong Kong. Thanks so much and if you like my channel concept and videos please don't forget to subscribe like and share to all of your friends. #hongkongfood #hongkongstreetfood #hongkong * 💬Please join at: - Facebook ► 🤍 - Blogpost ► 🤍 - Instagram ► 🤍 - Twitter ► 🤍 * 💗💗💗THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR WATCHING!!!💗💗💗 If you enjoy this video, please make sure to LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE to my channel ^_^ 👍 For business inquiries, please email: hoangvanhanh12🤍gmail.com * 👍 👍👍 HongKong Food Channel © 2019 🎬 Notice ! ALL OUR VIDEOS ARE COPYRIGHTED !!! COPY and USE OF OUR VIDEOS & IMAGES ARE NOT ALLOWED !!! NO REUP !!!

Crispy Clay Pot Rice: Hong Kong’s Ultimate Comfort Food

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Clay pot rice is a classic Cantonese dish often enjoyed in the winter. The name refers to the way it’s cooked—with rice, meat, and vegetables all heated inside a clay pot. We went to Hing Kee, a restaurant in Hong Kong that’s been serving hearty bowls of clay pot rice since the 1980s, to see how it’s made. Shop address: 2-14 Temple St, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong 0:53 What is clay pot rice? 1:13 How it’s made 2:25 What makes a perfect clay pot rice? 2:55 The history of clay pot rice 4:25 Making clay pot rice hip for the younger generation If you liked this video, we have more stories about rice dishes, including: Rediscovering an 80-Year-Old Family Recipe for Rice Cake 🤍 We Made Cantonese Rice Noodle Rolls From Scratch - Eat China (S1E4) 🤍 Follow us on Instagram for behind-the-scenes moments: 🤍 Stay updated on Twitter: 🤍 Join the conversation on Facebook: 🤍 Have story ideas? Send them to us at hello🤍goldthread2.com Fixer: Nicholas Ko Producers: Xin Fang and Tiffany Ip Videographers: Nicholas Ko and Joel Roche Editor and Narration: Nicholas Ko Animation: Stella Yoo Mastering: Joel Roche and Victor Peña #hongkong #food #claypotrice Music: Audio Network

Hong Kong Street Food. A Walk Around the Stalls and Restaurants of Kowloon

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This is a schedule of what you will see: 00:00 Temple street, Beef, Seafoot, Big Squids 02:28 Lunch Boxes prepared for students 06:21 Soup stall in Temple Street 07:06 Dim Sum in the Street 08:18 Hong Kong Street Food. Making Dumplings with Shrimps Filling. Seen in Mong Kok This is the same man that appears in another video of my channel 🤍 However the originel viddeo files are NOT the same. They were done with different cameras and at different times 12:24 more lunch bozes with rice 14:31 Chopping the chicken in the kitchen 17:05 Fast Food Hong Kong Style in Mong Kok 18:27 the octopus snack shop of Mong Kok 19:35 Korean snack in Mong Kok 20:27 the Hot Pot 25:09 Tsim Sha Tsui nighttime. Fish balls, Tempura, Meat and Pork soup and more 31:54 Chinese traditional medical tea 32:31 Cooking the dim sum 33:28 the bakery 34:30 pork soup seen VERY close 34:42 preparing Japanese Takoyaki 37:56 squeezing sugarcane for juice 38:12 marinated eggs and Chinese medical tea 38:46 grilled sausages 39:10 the street bakery 39:28 traditional sweets 39:44 sweets potatoes, eggs, quali eggs, and chestnuts roasted 40:14 more Chinese medical tea 42:40 traditional fast food in Yau Ma Tei 44:18 chinese noodles and soup 45:54 chopping chicken and pork in Yau Ma Tei 47:05 the dim sum stall 48:18 ALIVE seafood stall 48:24 sugarcane squeeze for juice 49:15 copping roasted chicken 50:25 fried chicken lunch box 52:51 fried dumplings

Best places to eat in Hong Kong: cultural cuisines in old Kowloon City

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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 Kowloon City is in the eastern part of Kowloon, Hong Kong, near the old Kai Tak Airport. The district has a long history that dates back to the 13th century. SCMP senior culture writer Bernice Chan followed foodie Chris Leung around his neighbourhood in search of some of the best tasty bites. Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍

$270 Lunch in Hong Kong - Lobster, Wagyu Beef Cheeks & Flatfish

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Visiting Duddell's, a Cantonese restaurant (with Michelin Star) in Hong Kong to have lobster, sole and wagyu beef cheeks. 0:10 Stir-fried Boston lobster with Maotai 4:53 Stir-fried Macau Sole with shredded dried tangerine peel and black olive 13:21 Crispy Wagyu beef cheek and asparagus

🇭🇰 HONG KONG is NOT the Same...What's New?

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Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code FLORAANDNOTE Flora was not expecting this surprise ending to our Hong Kong trip! Since it’s our last day in Hong Kong, we revisit some of our favourite places and recount some of the happy memories we’ve shared in this beautiful city together over the last 10 years. We also take you to a famous noodle shop, ride the iconic star ferry and check out the newly upgraded Peak Tram! LOCATIONS FEATURED: 📍Mak's Noodle (Tsim Sha Tsui): 🤍 📍Avenue of Stars: 🤍 📍Star Ferry (Tsim Sha Tsui): 🤍 📍The Peak Tram: 🤍 If you enjoy our videos, here are some ways you can support us! △ Hit SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and SHARE our videos with your friends! △ Check out our NEW merch | 🤍 △ It takes a lot of coffee to produce a video | 🤍 △ Support us directly | 🤍 We appreciate you and thank you for your support :) GEARS WE USE △ Canon EOS M50 △ DJI Mavic Mini 2 △ GoPro Hero 10 △ Boya by-MM1 Compact On Camera Microphone WHERE WE GET OUR MUSIC △ Epidemic Sound (30 Day Free Trial): 🤍 LET’S CONNECT △ Website: 🤍 △ Work Enquiries: floraandnote🤍gmail.com △ Instagram: 🤍 Video Breakdown by Chapters: 0:00 - Last day in Hong Kong 0:44 - Famous Noodle Shop 3:44 - What's in Tsim Sha Tsui? 7:18 - What is Squarespace? 7:59 - We heard rumours... 10:00 - Newly Upgraded Peak Tram Disclosures: Some links in the description are affiliate links. If you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a commission at no additional cost to you. #floraandnote #hongkong #travelvlog

Walk around rainy Sham Shui Po and try out popular Hong Kong street food with me | Travel Vlog

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Hello! I just finished my exams and can finally upload new videos again! This is a vlog where I explore an area in Hong Kong called Sham Shui Po. Very popular for its amazing food and markets. I hope you enjoy this little street food vlog and be ready for more videos to come this month! If you've visited some of these places or have other recommendations let me know in the comments below! Music by Brentin Davis - Bittersweet Daydreams - 🤍 Music by MYSM - Push You Away - 🤍 Music by Damien Sebe - north pole - 🤍 Music by Damien Sebe - Snuggle and Cuddle - 🤍

Simple Chinese cooking for Domestic helper in Hong kong/Soup /Beef/Enoki mushroom/Fillet/Veggies

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SIMPLE CHINESE FOOD COOKING FOR DOMESTIC HELPER IN HONG KONG SOUP ,ANGUS BEEF ,FISH FILLET,ENOKI MUSHROOMS,MINCE PORK WITH MUSHROOM,BLANCH VEGETABLES #DOMESTICHELPERCOOKING #CHINESECOOKING #HONGKONGDOMESTICHELPER #COOKINGTUTORIAL #ANGUSBEEF #SOUP #FISHFILLET #ENOKIMUSHROOM #STEAMMINCEPORKMUSHROOMS #TUTORIALCHINESECOOKING #SIMPLECHINESECOOKING #stepsincooking #tutorial

HONG KONG BREAKFAST w/ JIMMY O. YANG Food | Fung Bros

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We caught up with Jimmy O. Yang (Silicon Valley) over Hong Kong breakfast in NYC Chinatown to talk about playing stereotypes, growing up children of immigrant parents and why you need to disappoint them in order to pursue your dreams. JIMMY O. YANG ▸ INSTAGRAM // 🤍 ▸ TWITTER // 🤍 ▸ WEBSITE // 🤍 CAMERA // Alex Siu (🤍 EDITOR // Chester Xie MUSIC // Origami Beats (🤍 RickyFlarez (🤍 Subscribe Here! 🤍 Check out my top videos! 🤍 Join the Fung Bros community and get access to special discounts, livestreams, Q&As, and more! 🤍 - Do you want to work in media? Do you have film skills? We're looking for creatives in or around Los Angeles. If you're interested email us at FungBrosHR🤍gmail.com with your name, experience and location. Thank you! ▸ FUNG BROS SHIRTS & MERCH 🤍 FOLLOW THE FUNG BROS. ▸ FACEBOOK // 🤍 ▸ INSTAGRAM // 🤍 ▸ TWITTER // 🤍 DAVID ▸ INSTAGRAM // 🤍 ▸ TWITTER // 🤍 ANDREW ▸ INSTAGRAM // 🤍 ▸ TWITTER // 🤍 #Interviews #FungBros About Fung Bros: David and Andrew Fung are fascinated by hip-hop, comedy, and food. They love making funny rap songs, trying new food, and making people laugh. Welcome to the official Fung Bros Channel! HONG KONG BREAKFAST w/ JIMMY O. YANG Food | Fung Bros 🤍 Fung Bros 🤍

8 BEST STREET FOODS IN HONG KONG | How Many Have You Tried?

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Join us in Hong Kong's street food capital, Mong Kok, as we gorge our way through the city's 8 MOST QUINTESSENTIAL STREET FOODS to celebrate HK's unique food culture and to see which ones are harder to stomach than others! -Video Credits- Written, produced, filmed, edited, animated, hosted and original music by Sam Evans Videographer and Executive producer: Vienne Leung-Evans Opening title animation by 🤍 -Chapters- 00:00​ Intro 00:50​ Fish balls and Siu mai 02:44​ Deep-fried pig intestine 04:19​ Rice noodle rolls 05:25​ Stinky tofu 06:57 Three treasures 08:14 Soy-braised skewers 11:10 Eggettes 13:10 Outro

HONG KONG FOOD GUIDE | Travel Guide

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Hong Kong Food Guide - Hong Kong is filled with Cantonese classics like char siu barbecue pork, wonton noodles, bao, siu mai dumplings and much more! In this video, you'll get a glimpse of the different types of amazing food on offer in Hong Kong, in addition to info on some of the best places to have noodles, where to try dim sum and what to order where. This of course includes local favourites and a few stops at Michelin starred restaurants that won't break the bank. Don't forget to like, leave a comment and subscribe :) And as always, thanks for watching ✿ CONNECT WITH ME: ★ BLOG ‣ 🤍 ★ INSTAGRAM ‣ 🤍 ★ TWITTER ‣ 🤍 ★ FACEBOOK ‣ 🤍 ★ SNAPCHAT ‣ suanlee

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