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

  • Published on Mar 24, 2018
  • Check out for 3 months free w/ 1 year pack and 49% OFF! Chinese Street Food - DUCK EGG Noodles and BBQ Pork Buns in Guangzhou, China. Join us and try some of the BEST Street food in China on this huge Chinese Street Food tour! We found DUCK EGG NOODLE heaven in Guangzhou! Join us for a full on street food tour of Guangzhou, China, as we eat a ton of delicious Chinese street food, visiting Chinese dim sum restaurants and local hole in the wall noodle joints. Today, we're getting a cooking lesson, learning the traditional duck egg noodle recipe, and making them by hand in a local hole in the wall restaurant in Guangzhou. We're visiting Chinese dim sum restaurants and much more, DEEP in the streets of Guanghzhou, China! Join me (Trevor James, The Food Ranger) as we visit tons of amazing street food joints in Guangzhou, tasting a ton of delicious Cantonese food! Guangzhou is a true street food heaven!!
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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
    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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  • The Food Ranger
    The Food Ranger  Year ago +163

    Go watch this awesome New York Street Food video and subscribe to the Cheddar TVclip Channel here: 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: and check out our TAI HAO LE and TRAVEL EAT REPEAT Merch here: Thanks a lot guys, I hope you’re doing well and eating well!

    • Yan Du
      Yan Du 4 months ago

      Can you please come to Sydney and Melbourne for the street food video too ?

    • Kashif Khan
      Kashif Khan 8 months ago

      The Food Ranger i

    • Xina Flores
      Xina Flores 11 months ago

      The Food Ranger p

    • Fyrie
      Fyrie Year ago

      Subs to cheddar already! xoxo

  • 趙鐵柱
    趙鐵柱 5 days ago


  • a.j Bandel
    a.j Bandel 6 days ago

    Chinese eat everything that moves, walks, crawls etc. Not my taste and I find it nasty to see that one eats organs (but not yet talked about dog meat, cockroaches etc). Perhaps it is the strong herbs that still make the dish a bit gives taste ??

  • Abhishek pubg
    Abhishek pubg 15 days ago

    6 .17 pasta Bologanesh only h
    Jordindian fans can understand

    CONFUSED MIND Month ago

    8:10 pig gives birth, it's not a bird.
    Wait a second 😲😲😲wht the ffffk😲😲😲

  • Marvin Becks
    Marvin Becks Month ago

    14:20 I want to throw up.

  • Tiloツ
    Tiloツ Month ago

    That look cool

  • Lucy Liang
    Lucy Liang Month ago


  • The Donut
    The Donut 2 months ago

    Nice intro a guy on Bamboo lol

    • The Donut
      The Donut 2 months ago

      😆 😂😂😂😂😂😂

    ITZJESSICA 2 months ago

    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 😁😁😁

  • Bulink
    Bulink 2 months ago

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

  • Jane Henderson
    Jane Henderson 3 months ago


  • kartik kothe
    kartik kothe 3 months ago

    How u can afford all this tour..

  • Christine liao
    Christine liao 3 months ago

    I am from Guangzhou but I moved to Canada in 2017, I miss the food in my home city so much.

  • Fei Teng
    Fei Teng 3 months ago

    For the last street food, I think it is Baozaifan, rather than bozaifan.

  • Ray Soul
    Ray Soul 3 months ago

    nah just basically pasta with loads of chilli.

  • Koma Chou
    Koma Chou 3 months ago


  • Spencer Bibb
    Spencer Bibb 3 months ago

    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....

  • gaoxiang chen
    gaoxiang chen 4 months ago

    wish we met 20 yrs ago, then I could show you more in Guangzhou with my food guide.

  • Gabriel B.
    Gabriel B. 4 months ago

    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

  • Kiki Keerthi
    Kiki Keerthi 5 months ago

    This is too bad u should have pay for it ..... if they offered u also

  • Minos
    Minos 5 months ago

    l no like fucking chinese dogs fucking food

  • Rendy Aulia33
    Rendy Aulia33 5 months ago

    om tau ronaldo itu obat teh botol!

  • Rendy Aulia33
    Rendy Aulia33 5 months ago

    om blom bisa belinya 4k ?

  • 水淼
    水淼 5 months ago


  • Gala Lau
    Gala Lau 5 months ago

    同福路 tongfu road

  • Xiao Zhang
    Xiao Zhang 5 months ago

    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.

  • Xiao Zhang
    Xiao Zhang 5 months ago

    Cantonese call pig feet "pig hands". It must be so confusing for someone who is still learning Chinese.

  • Hannah Zhong
    Hannah Zhong 6 months ago +1

    I come from China Guangzhou. I saw your video and very miss my hometown😭

  • jacky ale
    jacky ale 6 months ago

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

    • Sara li
      Sara li 4 months ago

      jacky ale 居然见到老乡

  • brent s
    brent s 6 months ago

    Egg tarts!!! My favourite!!!😍😍

  • Ahmed Gg1285
    Ahmed Gg1285 6 months ago

    Only words he say Thai hao la

  • Louis Le
    Louis Le 6 months ago

    I wouldnt be able to order the dimsum lol.

  • Zi Ye
    Zi Ye 6 months ago

    不知道说点什么 还是先鞭尸牛展吧

  • Geoff Lim
    Geoff Lim 7 months ago

    Omg your mandarin is soo good , how and where did you learn it ??

  • Schmutz Lord
    Schmutz Lord 7 months ago

    the claypot one looked nice.

  • Schmutz Lord
    Schmutz Lord 7 months ago

    intestines are too much of a gamble :D

  • tahir qureshi
    tahir qureshi 7 months ago

    Mouth watering cause I love noodles 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤

  • Jay Sahli
    Jay Sahli 7 months ago

    Looks amazing!!!👍👍👍

  • Fina Latif
    Fina Latif 7 months ago

    Bouncy noodles “I love it.....

  • Kathy Li
    Kathy Li 8 months ago

    He's such a positive soul. 😂

  • MEME
    MEME 8 months ago


  • Chong Zhuangyu
    Chong Zhuangyu 8 months ago

    The claypot rice looks yummy... damn

  • 尤1
    尤1 8 months ago

    I miss China has so much choice for eat

  • 尤1
    尤1 8 months ago

    That pig rib looks sooooo good

  • VkMd yP
    VkMd yP 8 months ago

    Amazing noodle making technique.

  • Preston Williams
    Preston Williams 8 months ago

    6:10 when you nut in the but 😂

  • kasur buluk
    kasur buluk 8 months ago

    You just need to be foreigner who can speak native language and you can eat free dishes every day

  • Angelo Idisi
    Angelo Idisi 9 months ago

    If you’re Nigerian you would know that gluten is just pomo, i also see shaki and ring😂

  • Human Being
    Human Being 9 months ago


  • Roving Punster
    Roving Punster 9 months ago

    Trev, I am disappointed that you didnt ask any meaningful questions of the guy making the bouncy noodles, such as type of flour (presumably strong flour), or other special ingredients.

    • 许海涛
      许海涛 6 months ago

      @Roving Punster no alkalai, no salt.

    • Roving Punster
      Roving Punster 6 months ago

      @许海涛 So, the higher fat content of duck eggs replaces the oil that is normally added to partially inhibit gleuten formation, which in turn helps keep the dough just soft enough to be workable.
      QUESTION: What about alkalai ? Salt ?

    • 许海涛
      许海涛 6 months ago

      bread flour, duck eggs, no water

  • Mr.Grozo
    Mr.Grozo 9 months ago

    3:25 This guy was bouncing on his nuts lol

  • Jin Xian
    Jin Xian 9 months ago


  • Alex Scott
    Alex Scott 9 months ago

    6:51....That looks like tyling grout🤔

  • Tito Torres
    Tito Torres 9 months ago

    At 5:51 looks a lot like Italian spaghetti al ragú, also known as spaghetti bolognese outside of Italy.

    • HDsharp
      HDsharp 4 months ago

      Well Marco polo did visit China many moons ago..

  • Shueng Li
    Shueng Li 9 months ago

    Thoroughly enjoyed this video but I'm absolutely starving now 😁. Love your enthusiasm for all these exciting foods you eat 👍

  • -PreciseRice -
    -PreciseRice - 9 months ago

    Oh yes! Guangzhou year moms family’s live there

  • Yong Zhao
    Yong Zhao 9 months ago

    Hungry, Hungry, Hungry, Hungry, Hungry, Hungry!

  • 张醋醋
    张醋醋 9 months ago


  • Helen Gay
    Helen Gay 10 months ago

    Looks like he is doing “opa gangam style” with that bamboo !!

  • rachealee75
    rachealee75 10 months ago


  • Rafli Rinaldi
    Rafli Rinaldi 10 months ago

    Why the boss denied to be paid in the last video?

  • geleen rose espergal
    geleen rose espergal 10 months ago

    how amazing your taste and your smell is. 😄😄

    ANIL KUMAR 10 months ago

    Guangzhou Restaurant 🍴👌👌👌🙏

  • Tanjung Herdiansyah
    Tanjung Herdiansyah 10 months ago +7

    It's awesome food from china

  • Jane Suma
    Jane Suma 10 months ago +1

    am from Africa bt I love Chinese people sow much they have good heart and they love all people around the world proud of u Chinese People God bless country of Chinese

  • Lucifer303
    Lucifer303 10 months ago

    i miss them

  • Lovely pet
    Lovely pet 10 months ago +1


  • Andrijana Andic
    Andrijana Andic 10 months ago


  • NekonTek
    NekonTek 11 months ago

    You should collaborate with strictly dumpling youtuber

  • Matrang Pante & Amsrang Dawa

    Wow they didn't even accept money.....

  • medieeevil
    medieeevil 11 months ago

    Guy with the bamboo looks like hes doing gangnam style

  • Desmond Ng
    Desmond Ng 11 months ago


  • Lady bird
    Lady bird 11 months ago

    Kinda reminds me of the show bizarre foods with Andrew Zimmerman

  • فوساكو شيغينوبو

    0:34 this is how i wanna ride him

  • benoit goodman
    benoit goodman 11 months ago

    you made me home sick

  • FortuneSeek3rz
    FortuneSeek3rz 11 months ago

    Do they clean the intestines before cooking??

    • HDsharp
      HDsharp 4 months ago

      of course they do, otherwise it would be full of gut juice, if you know what I mean.

  • Nicol Bolas
    Nicol Bolas 11 months ago

    Why is mandarin called "bai hua" in GuangZhou?

  • Ervis Peçi
    Ervis Peçi 11 months ago


  • Верный级驱逐舰
    Верный级驱逐舰 11 months ago +1

    4:38 No soul noodles

  • Leee Haaa
    Leee Haaa 11 months ago

    Nì hàw....👍

  • Noviosity
    Noviosity 11 months ago

    My parents and I's childhood. The dim sums looked a bit sad to be honest. The egg yolk buns I have are actually liquid and not a custard texture.

  • Tien Le
    Tien Le Year ago +1

    Does that hurt his crotch by day end?

  • Bebs Tan
    Bebs Tan Year ago

    Those were a very high in uric acid food the organs but what the heck it was very yummy love to taste one

  • Fighting Words Boxing Network

    Just call me BIG BAMBOO POLE 😉👍🏾

  • GodBarrierDjinn
    GodBarrierDjinn Year ago

    the rice bowl at the end looks amazing

  • 韩婶儿
    韩婶儿 Year ago

    Can you go to haerbin 哈尔滨 china? Also so many delicious food there

  • 郭启定
    郭启定 Year ago


  • Alex Ibe
    Alex Ibe Year ago

    I want to check out how level spicy i can make or eat with yoh

  • NutellaFrom YT
    NutellaFrom YT Year ago

    Hey Trevor why are you not going in Philippines?

  • awesome guy
    awesome guy Year ago

    The best cantonese cuisine you can get at yum cha is the fried squid and the chinese breadstick wraped with rice noodle

  • Ke Duan
    Ke Duan Year ago

    I love Chinese food so much.

  • Nam Nguyen
    Nam Nguyen Year ago


  • Vincent Yang
    Vincent Yang Year ago


    BARBARIAN757 Year ago

    wow great looking food and very kind people.

  • Vadim Vadim
    Vadim Vadim Year ago

    You are lucky man.

  • jay jay
    jay jay Year ago

    That pigfoot looks awesome to eat . " So fatty " hell yea

  • CatsInTheBelfry
    CatsInTheBelfry Year ago

    Changed my mind, I need that claypot rice bowl

  • CatsInTheBelfry
    CatsInTheBelfry Year ago

    That's so cool! I want to try all those noodles and the sesame paste soup porridge thing

  • NoFap 365
    NoFap 365 Year ago +2

    Meanwhile Italians still believe they invented Spaghetti 🤔