Chinese Street Food – DUCK EGG NOODLES and BBQ Pork Buns | HUGE Street Food Tour in Guangzhou, China

Chinese Street Food - DUCK EGG NOODLES and BBQ Pork Buns | HUGE Street Food Tour in Guangzhou, China
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Today, we’re traveling deep into the streets of Guangzhou to try and eat some of the basics of Cantonese food. We are starting out bright and early in the morning and visiting a famous egg noodle restaurant, and watching the master chefs make the noodles with a huge bamboo pole! After watching this and the cooking process, we taste the amazing egg noodles, served with a spicy broad bean sauce and continue on for more Chinese street food in Guangzhou.

After the noodles, we’re bringing you DEEP into a local food market in Guangzhou to see what Cantonese street foods we can find, and we find an amazing street food known as the Zhimahu, a sesame porridge, served to you right there on the street! It was sweet and very hearty and also served with ginger pig feet! A very UNIQUE dish!

After exploring the market, we visit Guangzhou’s most famous Dim Sum restaurant, the Guangzhou Jiujia AKA Guangzhou Restaurant, a heritage restaurant in Guangzhou that serves up some amazing dim sum! We ordered the Har Gao shrimp dumplings, Siu Mai pork dumplings, Cha sui bao BBQ pork buns, and the FengZhua steamed Chicken feet. These 4 dim sum dishes are the classic combo I always like to order at dim sum restaurants in China.

After the delicious dim sum at Guangzhou Jiujia, we went to try a famous street food in Guangzhou, China, the Niuza, AKA Beef organ stew. This was rich, strong, and hearty beef organ stew that was surprisingly very delicious!

To finish off the day in Guangzhou, we visited a night street food area and found a Bozaifan restaurant serving up a huge selection of different varieties of claypot rice. I ordered up the classic lap mei fan, a claypot served with a few different types of Cantonese sausage. It was amazingly delicious!

Here are the addresses for these street food locations:

1) Amazing Duck Egg Noodles –
Name: 自造竹升面 –
Address: 前进大街17号

2) Huge Chinese Street Food Market in Guangzhou –
Address: 前进市场 423 同福中路

3) Delicious Dim Sum at the Guangzhou Restaurant
Name: Guangzhou Jiujia – 广州酒家
Address: 文昌南路2号

4) Awesome Beef Organ Stew
Name: 肥佬牛杂 Feilao NiuZa
Address: 庙前直街12号(东山区少年宫对面)

5) Delicious Claypot Rice with Cantonese sausage
Name: 铭泰煲仔饭 Mingtai BoZai Fan
Address: 陆居路8号立白中心旁

ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER

My name is Trevor James and I’m a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that’s currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious street food as I can . I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I’m going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I’m going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you!

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  1. Go watch this awesome New York Street Food video and subscribe to the Cheddar YouTube Channel here: http://bit.ly/CheddarSub Huge thanks to Cheddar for helping sponsor this video! I would love to know what you thought about this video in the comments below? Weren’t those noodles the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen? The sauce was incredibly delicious! And the rest of the food we found in Guangzhou was all super delicious too! Make sure you’re following along on Instagram here: http://www.instagram.com/thefoodranger and check out our TAI HAO LE and TRAVEL EAT REPEAT Merch here: https://shop.bonfire.com/THEFOODRANGER/ Thanks a lot guys, I hope you’re doing well and eating well!

  2. I'm Chinese because my mom and dad are it , but I born And live in Italy … I love seeing people from other countries loving our food 😁😁😁

  3. a foreigner in China: you can speak Chinese, amazing. a foreigner in America: you cant speak English? get out of my country!

  4. Funny how when American’s say “speak our language if you’re in American” everyone gets all offended, but then Trevor speaks native language in China and everyone praises him….

  5. his chinese accent is just so funny, all the americans have this over the top accent when speaking chinese (or any other language really). I knew some americans that lived in China for 8 years, and still had this super thick accent XD

  6. Bo Zai Fan is actually Bao 煲 Zai 仔 Fan 饭. Bao 煲 here is a way of cooking. Bao 煲 pronounces the same as Bao 包 in Xiao 小 Long 笼 Bao 包, which is Juicy Bun.

  7. You can come to Huadu, Guangzhou, Huadu welcomes you. I really like your video.😎😎😋😋🤘🤘🤘👌🤞🤝

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