Is Hong Kong food delicious? – FIRST TIME Eating Hong Kong Food 🇭🇰

Is Hong Kong food delicious? – FIRST TIME Eating Hong Kong Food 🇭🇰


oh yeah it’s like oh sorry so this is
what I really love and why I like hanging out with locals because he had
showed us behind down this alleyway we entered a wet market this is cream
everything down to and I know the peanuts they believe that the penis
gives it’s like a natural viagra all right so we actually are going to do
a food tour hearing how I manage and it’s quite difficult to actually find
street food here so that’s kind of why we’re doing this food tour is it we’ve
been here 24 hours and we’ve only actually seen like two stains I know and
I don’t want to answer this with you guys but this morning we couldn’t find
any breakfast oh god I’ve never seen oh my god it’s so busy for breakfast
there’s not a single seat in the entire restaurant it was just interesting that
it was very very very difficult to actually find street food so we decided
to take a food tour and we’re gonna be shown by a local bunch of spots around
Kowloon area and where we’re staying which is great I mean that’s the best
part is the locals know the best place to eat more specifically in common is
we’re gonna explore around long which is like a really white brand and
my pax labpas Korea shopping in attending so I’ll tell you one we were
touring earlier today and like seeing a bunch of temples and a bunch of
different really unique architecture and stuff from in the city actually near
this area but everything seemed to be closed and then when we went to the mall
there was like Ford’s of people watching the TV and it was actually them it was
them celebrating like election day in China so today is actually putting our
guide to quite the test because if the food stands are open today
he’s picking really local places yeah it’s so quiet today guys no efficient
well you pick someone I cannot debate with with the plum sauce
first the foods are special company goes into own part it’s better if you try it
like this so kind of like a I bet in Asia too long or you just use your hands how is it oh it’s all good
that’s what it’s all good is it yeah the sauce is amazing this is really good
yeah you know the end the crispiness of the skin right but that in pair with the
plum sauce this is my first time trying goes the skin is like eggs with honey
amazing and then the plum sauce on top of it it
just really ties it together and one thing that’s really unique about Hong
Kong is that they won’t actually use a chick or use a goose or a chicken or
anything unless it reaches 30 kilo mark main reason because they don’t believe
the meat to skin to bone ratio is right until it’s 30 kilos or more basically
portion of like fat people with meat and then a little bit of fat again so it’s
like when you buy it all advanced it’s so good so actually the roasted goose
comes from in the local Cantonese people that are here on Hong Kong that reside
in like the flatlands of the island and then the
marinated use comes from the people from China’s that actually reside in the
mountains now the main reason that its marinated the way it is and specifically
one that the goose is 40 kilos instead of thirty kilos but two because they
need they don’t have fridges they need to store the meat without having it to
be refrigerated so they they marinate it and boil it in specific herbs chillies
and salt in order to make it stay fresh longer so so interesting so this is what
I really love and why I like hanging out with locals because I would never have
known that there’s a wet market literally across the street from our
place where we stay but because he had showed us behind down this alleyway we
entered a wet market this is great early morning a long queue for stupid
get you up with a I’ve had egg tart before but I’m really
interested to try the Hong Kong version of egg tart you have all the basic gotta
try this right oh we eat it under breath you top it up on the bread yeah because
I is so hot you know so far both in the shell I thought it’s gonna be like
sandwich on the bread that does sound delicious thank you think oh it’s still
very hot yeah you know every ten minutes you know I knew a new pan coming out
thank you so very fast but earlier by the hotel restaurant they
are welcome to the pocket so after take their 700,000 thousand
pieces it’s just such an amazing flaky crispy outer edge I can see why the kids
line up to these in the morning this place called happy cake I believe it’s
too happy correctly it’s um one of the oldest in Hong Kong my mam is has been
running for 60 60 60 years guys they actually don’t use the tangerines here
in Hong Kong like they use them sometimes for juice but they mainly use
the skins because they’re better for your breathing systems it’s so cool I
mean I I really hope they use the whole fruit and they don’t throw them out but
they were literally sitting there in a bucket just ready to get thrown out this
went walking to this wet market you get such a when you really want to learn
about a culture and learn about the people you really have to spend time in
the market do you realize that they have little m above any stalls that sell meat
it’s really good and another reason is that I asked in the sellers and you said
that that gonna make the meat look more vibrant you know like look more French
red miranne and more fresh and then he probably nothing about oh this is a good
meat plus all the lights what are drinking now usually easier
they they put up pants sugar they pour the sugar okay
the wondershare I mix it up okay you sure people study interesting right hey I think it’s good
now every with me right L I will be the taste on me before found secret that I never have
the court or Foe really take long long time and horses and it takes about ten
hours of the stirring process in the back room before it can actually be
ready to make the pudding it’s really unique what do you think I think it
tastes really good I think it’s really it can be really like healthy refreshing
things to drink in some by no means am i a fan of tofu but I actually don’t mind
the tofu pudding I actually think it’s quite refreshing when you get the cold
when you get the cold one I would say cos consistency of like a really cold I
see jello kind of like a jelly drink but without much flavor just more of the
tofu so actually they’re selling these chunks of fish over here mainly because
every single meal the locals have to come down and buy what they need for the
meal because the apartments are so small that they don’t have room for a
refrigerator to buy a huge fish and keep it for a couple of days increase it I at
least learn one thing really really fascinating about the cuisine and the
culture of how people eat here seems like people in Hong Kong they they are
very very selective on what they can eat trop is easier to find
compared to Tod but I here in Hong Kong people eat frog but every thought
because they believe that Todd is more nutritionist and from its kind of like
disgusting like there’s no nutritional value from Frau so that’s why they don’t
eat frog but it it taught instead do they have the medicine for anything they
consume every single part of the animal they don’t let any of it go to okay you know everything down to the
penis they believe that the penis gives it’s like a natural viagra where the
liver will be like better your liver problem today I will plan change a lot you
actually at first plan to have like to test some snake soup
which is not really like she was gonna try some snake soup restaurant it closed
it literally closed five minutes before we got there yes literally because the
protests had just started a lot with the restaurants on the roadside and not the
alleyways closed because they don’t want things to happen inside the restaurant
I’m a command to take a look and then you take the public report you know oh
thank you that is a poor just let me let me let me try to smell the test name so
good smell like going to massage place it’s good really good you definitely to
me which part should we try I would try the rice roll first sorry I’m so excited
for this one you want some Chinni I can take you some chili
you want some volatility yeah can I thank you so much as your agent all
agents of Chile we got cucumber cucumber Thank You cumbrous bikinis zucchini
zucchini I don’t know the difference between zucchini and cucumber oh my god
barbecue pork that’s right that is basically okay in CDs chili sauces where you keep this
one garlic don’t forget the sauce the sauce are very delicious this sauce yeah
yeah it’s also very special am I supposed to take a whole bite wow that’s
big so home like this you guys fighting Oh yo hey Oh hmm
just put water in your mouth for ordering your whole bundle cool it down was that rough it’s so good it’s so good
so uh sparkling spices in your mouth and let the feeling I’m kind of scared after
seeing your reaction I feel like I need to definitely split this open give it a
second to cool off the whole bite and wait like three second later that’s so
different I know right it’s like the white vegetables are in this we call you
don’t you go to one time one time one time so Cantonese tend to the style
something it makes your mouth like minty like a like kind of teeny you feel like so the sauce out try this is really good
it’s making my mouth my mouth numb for a second – what is it I think it gonna be so good with you I
love it it’s really sweet it really looks it’s really really sweet
I didn’t expect it to be that sweet but it’s really good like flaky okay then we
want to try now okay so we just like go up on this
bridge in Mongkok and we have seen other people doing hi like picnic gathering
like social gathering and they are not they are not from Hong Kong
therefore Malaysia therefore meet Alicia they’re from Philippine taste today’s
the holiday they come out on the horn antenna to meet their fan here at a
public space like the file for the part or the band so they come to Hong Kong to
work as somebody who helped the elderly to help taking care of baby and
this is like today’s national holiday so that’s why they come gathering here just
why we get a chance to see along the bridge is like autumn on something
you’re gonna ask me to hold your coconut tire but if they like this better than I this
is so good I’m gonna like that oh it’s so sticky it’s very very but this one so
close okay I think I like this one my bouquet here
so I think the one main thing about Hong Kong that I’ve noticed especially being
on the street this food tour is that there’s not a lot of specific street
food there’s not cards but there’s little shops that have been here and you
know are really strong like they’ve been here for like 200 years or 60 years or
300 years that are like really really good shops that you would need a local
to show you capito the p30 we have turned the
apollyon gradient 24 ingredient at CSUN have ever have two together yeah yeah
but very very Pitta so you know but a bit the more bitter the better here may
I help you to access everything it’s not bad but it is really better Co sorry ah this is so busy really Jerome says be
Tati I don’t pay you Charlie before it’s like
when you try to swallow is very very bitter but now it’s not bitter anymore
now it’s pretty Vinny come on so this is Sontag i yes i order syrup
this mitten so people who use people sometimes also have santa is one decoy
Santa together with Petitte a to reduce the bitterness so I will try to have
Santa and tell you guys big zipper so Santa first big zippers and then this
one you know this one for you absolutely okay so how does it help maybe should have this one person and
meditate you check the description box below and you can take the same food
towards us it’s really good but it’s it’s a lot different than most of Asia’s
food tours because you don’t have that Street car or that hidden alleyway
market where you can eat in the middle of the market
you just have restaurants or little shops that have developed this amazing
taste for the local dish that is the longest crossroad ever look
at how long it is I look like one two three school for pass road sticking up
together and you see any

99 thoughts on “Is Hong Kong food delicious? – FIRST TIME Eating Hong Kong Food 🇭🇰

  1. I love your vlogging style! New subscriber. I really like how it's all in real time and nothing is scripted. Feels like I'm living vicariously through you guys. Cheers!

  2. You know, Thai girls have such appetites. Can't help but smile. OK, guess I'm
    a foodie…Ha.

    Hey Jim, what did you do to that wheel? Step on a pop-top

    Loving the sights and sounds guys! You guys do such fab work!! Thanks for the effort!!

  3. nice vid! i wouldn't have mixed the tofu pudding like that, kinda beats the purpose of tasting the smoothness of the tofu. should have got their own bowl 😀

  4. Does a goose get to 30-40 Kgs?
    You guys are into food tours lately…and I'm into watching you gain weight 🤣. Enjoy! My wife is from HK and we used to go there every couple yesrs to visit. The food is awesome! Try suckling pig…

  5. "how does he know I like chili? Because your Asian, all Asians love Chili" Classic!! I think I would like the food…tofu pudding!?? Beer goggles time🙄 bubble tea still is #1 as always great Vlog 😀

  6. I've been to Hong Kong alot but honestly Macao has the best egg tart. if you're looking for street food, go to mong kok or sham shui po.

  7. Worst airport ever !! I was there in September head to Bacolod,and experience worst bad service from all there.I am from U.S I guess they not understand me or something!!! They was no help at all in anyway.Good vid hon ty.

  8. Finally you are show casing real life in Hong Kong. I am not a Chinese but China created an economy that converted masses into middle class in two decades independent of banks. While in capital economy that support only few rich people they created a middle class that only earn for banks and they remain hand to mouth till the death. I wonder why Hong Kong people wanted a capital economy which kept them in lower end of middle class. This is my personal opinion.

  9. No street food recently is because the riot police just randomly shooting tear gas everywhere. And it’s not Election Day in China, China is dictatorship country, there’s no election.

  10. Doufuhua or tofu pudding is my favourite thing. I like lots of brown sugar or syrup but do not mix is up. And I drink the bitter tea with a sweet dried plum to chase away the horrible taste,

  11. Last night riot cops fired so many TG shoots in Yau Ma Tie near the fruit market, which is the major market of HK's fruit supplies, resulted likely all the goods' been exposed and chemical contaminated, and of cos no police or government officials will response to this.

  12. Hong Kong was a safe city that attracted a lot of tourists who went to Asia in the past. In consideration of the ongoing protests, I do not recommend travelling to Hong Kong at present. Instead, travellers may go to mainland China.

  13. Tahs reaction to the hot dumpling is how i end up everytime i try to eat Xao long Bao😂. Interesting how there isnt a specific street food culture there. Great video guys x
    Ps i love cold/ silken tofu it reminded me slightly of me of Junket a dessert for my english heritage growing up

  14. Somehow stumbled across your vlogs. While waiting for the next one, going back to the beginning and seeing you two. Good work! Patiently anticipating the next video. 🙂

  15. 아무리 생각없는 젊은커플이라지만 어떻게 현재의 홍콩상황을 무시하고 음식투어영상을 올리는지… 인간은 참으로 이기적이군

  16. 🌟Hello Jim and Tah. Nice food tour on this episode of Hong Kong adventures. Let me start by saying I do not like Tofu!! I think it is the one thing I would pass on. All the other food looked really delicious and I bet it was at that😌 I would of loved to try the bitter tea as I am a tea drinker and have tried many different types from around the world. Everything looked so calm and quiet that day especially being in a food slash market area. Seemed like the mother and daughter who were on the tour were having a great time. Another 👍👍video you two. Thanks for sharing and till next time😀

  17. The reason it was "quiet" was because it was National Day and a full on riot was taking place elsewhere in HK

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  19. Sure you know the difference between zucchini and cucumber! Cucumber is Tængkwā (แตงกวา) and zucchini is S̄kh wx ch bwb (สควอชบวบ).

  20. you shouldnt have mixed the tofu its kinda like eating jelly/jello you dont mixed jelly with a spoon and break it up into little bits to eat you just scoop it up with a spoon and eat it, but you musst try the congee with century eggs and pigs blood or goto Kei Kee Dessert in yeun long they have great sweet desserts and also some street foods like curry fishballs and cheung fun

  21. The street food carts vanished over the last few decades. Used to be popular and then illegal, and it appears it’s all disappeared now into shops. Similar to what Bangkok has been going through over the last few years.

  22. I like your girlfriend. She speaks whats on her mind. Asks questions even she doesn’t know things. She must be fun to hangout with! 😊

  23. Came across this channel doing some research for my Asia trip in January…

    Great places, great people, both of you are so easy going & informative too..
    Liked & subbed 🙂
    Excellent content! Keep the vlogs coming!

  24. HK people do have fridges! Omg where did u even get the idea that we don’t? HK people just like to eat very fresh produce and also everything is so convenient we just buy whatever we need on the day of.

  25. I’ve never fancied Tofu. Doesn’t it just take the flavour of what you serve it with (brown sugar!)? I like the sound of Pineapple Bread!

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