Munchies: Getting High Off Asian Food with Eddie Huang

Chef Eddie Huang is tired of Americans eating Chinese food like hooligans, so on this tour of the best Asian restaurants in NYC he teaches us how to eat soup dumpling properly. We also follow him and his crew, which includes Grammy Award-winning producer Emile Haynie and nightlife empresarios Max Koshkerman and Simonez Wolf, to the Russian Bath and lastly back to BaoHaus for some drunken eats.

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48 thoughts on “Munchies: Getting High Off Asian Food with Eddie Huang”

  1. His secret ingredient is the "cream of Sum Yun Guy" special sauce. We've all had our share of Chinese juices. That ain't the MSG salting the.pork. dude been flipping his shrimp to gangsta rap.

  2. First things first, that one guy looks JUST like Tom Hardy in the "Legend". Second, VICE, if youre serious with your blurs, learn to blur properly lmao. Blurring only the bigger label on Tsingtao, doesnt mean that upper label is also blurred.

  3. I love his culinary ability I just trully think he's an arrogant chef and his type makes this industry miserable he lucked out because of his niche but I know at least 18 chefs from his Provence that'll destroy him on there worst day I'm talking about traditional to French, Italian, and the craziest was this chef that infused with middle easten

  4. to those complaining about him trying to be black.. SMH notice how he embraces the new york culture and mixes it with his own. Thats what NY is, a jungle of different cultures, you have to embrace and adapt in order to live here.. This guy is dope and is culturally educated, he sticks to his roots and remains a true NYorker doing so.

  5. We felt disgusting from eating all that food so we headed down to a Russian bath house to sweat everything out after leaving bath house we went out to make some fried bao ice cream sandwiches

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