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Indonesian Street Food Tour of Glodok (Chinatown) in Jakarta – DELICIOUS Indonesia Food!



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Glodok is the Chinatown of Jakarta, and my wife and I decided to spend the day walking around Glodok and exploring some Indonesian street food throughout the day. At the end of the day, we also stopped by Fatahillah Square, with is an old Dutch square in colonial Jakarta, where you’ll find some interesting buildings and some street food snacks as well.

Since we were staying at a hotel (here’s information on the hotel I stayed at: not too far from Glodok, we decided to beat the traffic and just walk over there. It didn’t take more than 15 minutes to walk, and soon we arrived in Jakarta’s Chinatown. Glodok is a very interesting area to walk around and explore. There are fresh markets and plenty of restaurants and food to choose from.

The Indonesian street food I tried on this tour was siomay, an Indonesian Chinese dish. From the back of a motorbike, I chose a few of the siomay dumplings he had steaming, and the cut them up and added some peanut sauce to the plate. The texture was a little mushy, but they were alright. Right opposite the siomay, the owner of an Indonesian vegetarian restaurant greeted me and asked if I might like to eat some of his vegetarian food. His vegetarian rendang was particularly good.

One of the most famous places to go in Glodok is Kopi Es Tak Kie, a legendary coffee shop. After wandering around a while we found it. I had a cup of coffee and also a plate of nasi campur from outside the shop.

We continued on our Indonesian street food tour throughout Glodok and I tried a sweet snack called kue ape, which is a green colored little pancake. Next, I had a variety of deep fried snacks including fried bananas, and fried breadfruit. They are definitely pretty greasy, but interesting to sample, and they are very popular street food snacks in Indonesia.

It probably wasn’t the greatest idea to walk, but we decided to walk over to Fatahillah Square. The traffic was pretty intense, but we made it. And along with checking out the old colonial buildings one of my main goals was to try kerak telor, which is a traditional Indonesian Betawi street food snack. Luckily I found it and it turned out to be a very interesting and amazing snack to watch being made!

Here’s the list of the things we ate and the prices:

Siomay – 15,000 IDR ($1.11)
Vegetarian food – 20,000 IDR ($1.48)
Kopi Es Tak Kie – 10,000 IDR ($0.73)
Nasi campur – 35,000 IDR ($2.58)

Kue ape – 1,000 IDR ($0.07) each
Fried snacks – 12,000 ($0.88)
Kerak telor – 20,000 IDR ($1.48) – Possibly overcharged? Do you think?

Hope you enjoyed the Indonesian street food tour of Glodok and Fatahillah Square, I sure enjoyed eating it!

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Bergen Fish Market & Fisketorget Tour (4K)



If you are a seafood lover, the open air Bergen Fish market and the indoor Fisketorget are must visits if you visit the city. See a WEALTH of yummy Norwegian king crab, shrimp, scallops, lobsters, salmon and even whale being grilled and sold by various vendors at the markets. You will also get an idea of the costs in NOK (Norwegian Krone). For a close-up of what a tasty seafood platter looks like check out this video:

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INSANE Street Food Tour in Saigon, Vietnam | HIDDEN Vietnamese Street Food + Street Breakfast & EGGS



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Street Food in Vietnam is insane! Vietnamese Street Food is some of the BEST and CHEAPEST in Asia! Street Food around the world is different, and you can join us for a full on street food tour of Saigon in Vietnam!

In this Street Food Adventure tour video, I (Trevor James, The Food Ranger) and Ting Ting go explore the deep back streets of Saigon and we eat and try a ton of delicious street food in Vietnam.
We are going on a Vietnamese street food tour and a full on street food adventure into Saigon’s busiest street food markets, street food alleyways, and deep food streets.

We discovered a ton of cheap (NOT EXPENSIVE) and delicious, and a bunch of local street food that you’ll definitely want to travel here for.

Asian street food is definitely some of the BEST street food in the world, and because we live in China, eating Chinese street food all the time, it’s easy for us to travel overland or fly to Vietnam to eat the best street food when we like.

In this street food tour video, we ate a lot of delicious Vietnamese street foods. Here are the addresses for the street foods, for your next visit to Saigon, Vietnam:

-Deep Back Alley Street Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup:
257 Duan Van Bo, Saigon, Vietnam
-Market Fresh Vietnamese Durian:
Duan Van Bo Alleys, There is a huge street food market here that you can spend hours exploring!
-Southern Vietnamese Street Food Bun Rieu: This is in the Duan Van Bo Alleyways too!
-Southern Vietnamese Street Food Com Tam Banh:
154 Le Quoc hung, Saigon, Vietnam
-Coconut Worms:
228 Ly Tu Trong Street, District 1, Saigon, Vietnam
-Vietnamese Street Food Quail Egg Balut: This guy is on a motorbike and roams the streets. Best to search around the back alleys of Saigon!
-HUGE Seafood and Snails Street Food Feast: Oc Dao Seafood and Snail Restaurant

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My name is Trevor James and I’m a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that’s currently living in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, eating up as much delicious street food that 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! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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Chinese Street Food Tour in Guangzhou, China | Exotic Seafood, BBQ Pork, and Street Food in China



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Street Food in China! Exotic Chinese Street Food and Seafood in Guangzhou, near Hong Kong! This is the best street food!
In Guangzhou, China, and Hong Kong, there is some of the best chinese seafood and Chinese street food around the world. In 2016, I began getting more and more serious about eating Chinese street food, and now, in 2017, I’m going full time! Fresh, cheap, and delicious Chinese street food! You have to try it! You can eat and try the best cantonese food specialties like dim sum, bbq roast pork (char sui), rice noodle rolls, and fresh (not cheap) seafood from a local seafood market, all of which are must try chinese foods!

In this food and travel video/vlog, I take you on a full Chinese street food tour of Guangzhou (keep this food in mind if you also visit Hong Kong)- we eat a lot of specialties on the street and in Chinese restaurants together. The addresses for these locations are listed below. Chinese/Asian food recipes are going to be included in my blog shortly.

1) Local street food Chang Fen (rice noodle roll) – These are found throughout the city and are famously eaten during breakfast time in Guangdong, or during yumcha dimsum. I went to a very cheap Chinese restaurant specializing in Changfen in Baiyun district:
Name: 潮汕辉记肠粉
Address: 广州市白云区岗贝路4号

2) The best and must try chashaobao AKA charsui bao AKA BBQ pork bun. These beauties are like upgraded baozi steam buns you find all over the streets of China. The pork juicy and covered in a sweet Barbeque sauce and the bun is so fluffy, you won’t be able to get enough of them!
Name: 天天包点
Address: 广州市越秀区起义路72号

3) Famous Chinese street food Chashao BBQ pork and Shao’e roast goose. These are the best and two must try street foods in China, especially during lunch hour in Guangzhou or Hong Kong
Name: 九爷鸡
Address: 广州市越秀区文明路103号

4) Dim sum at the famous yumcha dim sum restaurant Dim Dou Dak. This is a chain restaurant that serves some of the best cantonese dim sum in the city. Be sure to order the shao mai dumplings, har gao dumplings, fengzhua chicken feet, and their specialty red rice roll. So good!
Name: 点都德
Address: 广州市越秀区越秀中路60号宝贝城4楼

5) The largest wholesale seafood market in Guangzhou. There is a huge selection of seafood here, you could spend a whole day here just watching and discovering all the different types of fresh seafood. It’s not cheap unfortunately, it’s quite expensive! Be ready to bargain a little bit.
Name: 盛港湾酒楼
Address: 广州市海珠区黄沙海产批发市场

If you have a whole day in Guangzhou or even Hong Kong (you can find exactly the same street foods) to travel and eat and try Chinese street food, then visit some of these amazing and best street food locations! Please leave me a comment down below if you did and let me know how the food was!

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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 .

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! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real street food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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Asian Market Food – Walk Around Food Market In Cambodia – Market Food Compilation In Asia

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Bellevue Hotel | Cafe d Asie | Food Safari | Buffet Review



Many times visited – our most favorite, but less reviewed. Today is the day we post something about this place. Food and folks are always great. Hope you like this video.

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A tour of Al Halal Supermarket ( My prepping paradise)



Bradfords Asian Supermarket Al Halal’s is a tresure trove of spices from around the world.The prices are really good too.I could spend hours in the place.Spice up your boring rice and beans with some spices!!!

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Popular South Asian Food in Singapore of Asia



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Kitchen Singaporeans have generally the culinary traditions of different ethnic groups living in Singapore, especially the Chinese, Malays and Indians. These traditions, influencing each other, have created a separate kitchen Singaporean, not losing at this culinary ethnic differences, related also to the bans religious (Muslim Malays do not eat pork and Hindus beef).

Many of the dishes brought by the early Chinese immigrants has been adapted for use locally available ingredients and therefore can not be considered mainstream Chinese cuisine. The names of dishes often come from different dialects of Chinese. Malay dishes have been adapted to local tastes and different from the originals from Malaysia or Indonesia. Just as there are often coconut milk, but adapted, inter alia, Chinese ingredients such as tofu.

Singaporean cuisine – a general term which refers to the large variety of dishes of different origin, popular in Singapore. Due to the strategic position of the city-state, Singapore cuisine has evolved over many centuries under vliyaniyaem cuisines of different peoples: Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian, Peranakan and European, especially English, and Portuguese. Also felt the impact of Ceylon, Thai, Filipino and Middle Eastern cuisine. Chinese Chef of the street food center under the influence of Indian culture can experiment with ingredients such as tamarind and turmeric, while the Indian chef can cook fried noodles.

A large variety of local cuisine makes it attractive to tourists.

Food in Singapore is considered an important element of national identity and thread linking together different cultural traditions. Singaporean food in literature called “national obsession.” Singaporeans often talk about food. Religion imposes some restrictions on food. Muslims do not eat pork, Hindus – beef, as many vegetarians. Having lunch together, people from different communities show understanding, and therefore choose the food that would be acceptable to all.

Singapore Tourism Board promotes Singaporean cuisine as another tourist lure comparable to shopping. Every July the government organizes the Singapore Food Festival. Multiculturalism of local food, the easy availability of international cuisines of different styles, create a wide range of prices in Singapore “food paradise”.

Singapore, being a small country with a high population density, has very little arable land. Most of the products and ingredients town imports, although there is a small group of local farmers who grow vegetables, fruits, fish. A dense network of air and sea routes allows the city-state to import agricultural products from everywhere, including expensive seafood like sashimi from Japan.

Many Chinese dishes were adapted by immigrants from China to local conditions using local ingredients, but because they can not be considered purely Chinese cuisine. They felt the Malay, Indian and other influences. Chinese population of Singapore Multi-lingual, and each of the ethnic groups – Hokkien, teochu, haynantsy, Cantonese and Hakka – brought something into the Singaporean food.

Roti Prata – Indian pancakes, local modification of the Pakistani and Indian dishes, popular for breakfast or late dinner. Usually served with sugar and a variety of modern ingredients – such as eggs, cheese, sholoklad, masala, durian and even ice cream. Ideally, pancakes should be crispy on the outside and soft inside.

Tropical fruits are available all year round in Singapore, although most of them are imported from neighboring countries. The most famous among them is the durian. Despite national popularity, durians because of their sharp and peculiar smell forbidden for transport on public transport and consume some hotels and public buildings.

Singapore Food Festival is an annual event that takes place every year from late June to late July. Organizes the Singapore Tourism Board. Make it a weekly event, themed parties, cooking workshops and competitions organized throughout the island. This month long festival celebrating local eternally favorite food that Singapore has given the international reputation of the food paradise. There are many disagreements about the Singapore food festival among Singaporeans who believe that there has been a decline in quality.

Street food centers can be found in any corner of the city, and the food is delicious and they have a cheap, providing a broad consumer base.

Most food is imported from the neighboring countries of Singapore.

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Malaysian Street Food Tour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | HUGE Chinese, Indian and Malay Food JOURNEY!



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Malaysian Street Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is the best! A multicultural display of extremely delicious specialty food is available for eating. Within Malaysian street food, there is Malay Street food, Chinese Street Food, and Indian street food all available to try and the options are endless. Kuala Lumpur street food is some of the best in the world. Street food around the world is different everywhere, but what is so special about Malaysia is how multicultural everything is and how unique the cooking and food culture is. So for my 3rd trip to Malaysia, we came for a Kuala Lumpur food tour. Chuchu and I decided to travel to Malaysia on a 4 day eating vacation to eat as much street food and local specialties as we could.

One thing that we both fell in love with about Malaysian cuisine, is that you could really spend a lifetime eating here tasting the local varieties of Chinese food, Indian Food, and Malay Food. With our limited amount of time on this trip, we ate non stop to sample all of the Kuala Lumpur food available. That being said, in 4 days, we barely scratched the surface of Malaysian food, there is so much more!

We visited a few famous Chinese cuisine places, a few famous Malay cuisine places, and of course some amazing Indian cuisine as well.

Below are the addresses for the Malaysian cuisine that we sampled in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:

1) Chinese Indian Food (Fish Head Curry) – PUDU CHINESE INDIAN RICE @ RESTORAN SIN HIAP KEE
2) Nasi Campur and Ikan Bakar @ Gerai Pak Lang Ikan Bakar – Kampung Baru
3) Malaysian dessert street Cendol
4) Malaysian Nasi Lemak at Village Park
5) Banana Leaf Rice at Sri Paandi in Little India (Brickfields)
6) Nasi Dagang only open on the weekends at Nasi Dagang Warung Terengganu
6) Ooi Noodle House famous Pork Noodle
7), Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
8)Restoran Home Cooking @ Sungai Way, PJ – near the Indian temple at Sungai Way
9) Durian at SS2 Durian Wai’s Durian
10) Dry Bak Kut Teh AKA Rougucha @ Yap Chuan Bak Kut Teh, Puchong
11) Roti Canai at Nasi Kandar Pelita

ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER
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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 .

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! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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