24hr HONG KONG STREET FOOD tour with Fen Chiew Wine | ROAST MEAT + CURRY | Street Food in Hong Kong – Hong Kong Video



BEST Street Food in Hong Kong for 24 hours!

We got the chance to visit the Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Fair 2018 to help represent the Fen Chiew Chinese Baiju brand! The fair was a lot of fun and the wine was delicious! Since we were only stopping in Hong Kong for the fair we couldn’t miss the opportunity to go eat some seriously delicious Hong Kong street food!

We ate at the famous Mak An Kee noodle shop on Hong Kong island famous for their delicate wonton noodles.

Mak An Kee at 37 Wing Kut St, Central, Hong Kong

The bowls are small at this famous Hong Kong shop so we decided to get a bowl of halal friendly beef curry at Was Kee.

Wai Kee is a tiny shop in the Bowrington road cooked food court about the market. Its seriously delicious sloppy cantonese style curry!

Wai Kee at 23 Bowrington Rd, Bowrington, Hong Kong

After our massive breakfast we arrived at the Hong Kong exhibition centre for the International Wine and Spirits fair! We had a great time with the people at Fen Chiew and sampled some delicious Chinese white wines!

Once the fair was finished we decided to end our 24 hour trip with some roast meat! We had a mountain of cantonese style roast meats at Joy Hing!

Joy Hing at Chong Hing Building, 265-267號 Hennessy Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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Hey there, my name’s Luke Martin with www.chopsticktravel.com ! I’m on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! Chopstick Travels began in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods around the world! We’ve eaten Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Malaysia, Street Food in Korea, Street Food in India and many more! I post 2 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram!

Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourself in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the Street Food!

Hong Kong Street Food 2018

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41 Comments - Write a Comment

  1. Really sorry for the delay of the part 4 of our Taiwan series from Yilan, we will be publishing it as soon as possible! Today we have a quick episode from Hong Kong! After Hong Kong we have a Korean Street Food series! A lot coming up form us and stay tuned while we film in Malaysia on our instagram : https://www.instagram.com/chopsticktravel or FB : https://www.facebook.com/chopsticktravel

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  2. One thing that I do not recommend to my friends is Chinese wine. There are too many fake wines in the markets.

    Ever since I grew up in a country in southwestern Europe, and have tasted too many fine French and Spanish wines, I thought I would taste something special in China when I was invited to teach in Peking University in Beijing. Sadly, you can find fake wine everywhere, even if it is an expensive one. Be aware it!

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  3. The prices your posting seem pretty expensive for the meals.. the curry looked nice, but $8.43 USD for rice and off-cut beef curry hmmm…

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  4. The 6000 years wine making thing is just totally bull shit, the Chinese always like to over exaggerate their history (I’m Hong Kong born “Chinese”)

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  5. @6:32 That eye roll says more to its tastiness than words can describe

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  6. Is this guy not a younger Mark Weins??

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  7. It's my first time watching this guy and he reminds of mark wiens.

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  8. Luke you are awesome keep it up m8

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  9. Wow, that's an amazing food vlog I loved it….I too do food vlogs called "HAPPYSTEPS", so I really loved it!

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  10. Yes, Asian restaurants are notorious for bad service. I'm beginning to think it's just their culture

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  11. Those sneaky bastards…..sneaking a big chunk of potato underneath that bowl of curry meat

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  12. This wantan mien
    How much per bow
    Whith please this

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  13. You have an eye for the scenic and panoramic views..they're unlike any that I've before seen.

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  14. 😣Love video yeeess😍😍😍

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  15. I am so happy for you that you can do this! And thank you so much for the documentation 🙂

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  16. another half asian white dude like Mark Weins.

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  17. U r looking like Hollywood Hero

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  18. Is it’s only me having a feeling this dude intro lines are like those of Mark

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  19. Ridiculously expensive place. To eat food in HK, costs you a fortune. After the British left, HK has become filthy and the Chinese have ruined the beauty of HK.

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  20. I was in that wine fair but didn't see you guys there.

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  21. I still don't understand how people eat animal fat. It's not a knock, but the best meat is trimmed. I know, all meat has fat. I just don't get how people eat a piece of meat with more fat than meat. That kind of defeats the purpose of the meat. I still gave a thumbs up. It's nice to see videos like this, in case I ever travel to China.

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  22. 我身為香港人,但係我已經三十幾年冇返個香港居住。唯一懷念既就係D點心。

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  23. That beef rice looks not that good,but becauce veryone loves beef,i believe that must be delisous:D

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  24. If chinese food could just focuses on the look of selling,that will be much better.When u see it,u know u must to taste youself.

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  25. That duck meal was so expensive!

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  26. you don't even look like you're old enough to drink 😆

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  27. so she stopped wearing those oversized glasses?

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  28. Great video, Luke!! I love Cantonese food.

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  29. why you dont like to come to the northern part of China?

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  30. Very good nobble with meat and hot soup as well very good shop nice place to eat. very nice shop and stalls , thank you for sharing , 28–11–18.

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  31. Your eyes are not the same, more look like drunk 😂😂😂😆

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  32. I like roast meat dinner. Look delicious

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  33. Love this guy. Really knows how to eat noodles. A dude with a real hard-on for food, and genuinely so, at such a young age. It's like watching myself. But canadian. And better looking. And before I got fat. Respect x

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