Street Food – DIM SUM SKYSCRAPER!! Market Eating Tour in Southeast Asia!

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Trang (ตรัง), Thailand – Welcome to Trang, a lovely historical and laid back city in Southern Thailand. In this video, we’re going on a Thai Chinese street food tour – starting at the market with the famous Trang roast pork, and feasting on the impressive dim sum skyscrapers that the city is well known for. Finally, we’ll complete this Thai Chinese street food tour with a legendary bowl of Hokkien mee – Hokkien Chinese style noodles which are popular throughout communities in Southern Thailand. #Trang #Thailand #dimsum #streetfood

Here are the places we visited:

Trang Roast Pork (หมูย่างโกเภา) – I was recommended that this place in the back of the local municipal Trang morning market was the best in town. And they have a huge loyal following. I arrived early in the morning, about 6 am, and already they were almost sold out for the day – we were lucky to get one of the last un-reserved hundred grams. Trang roasted pork (ตรังหมูย่าง) is sweet, but wow it’s pretty tasty, and their version was the best I’ve ever had of Trang style roasted pork. Price – 420 THB ($13.44) per kg.

Jay Kee (เจ๊กี่) – Also in the market you’ll find another legendary stall call Jay Kee (เจ๊กี่) that serves rice flour dumplings and chopped pig face, both smothered in pink soybean sauce. It wasn’t my favorite thing ever, but it was a very cool place and a couple of legendary dishes. Price – 20 THB ($0.64) per plate

Ruan Thai Dim Sum (เรือนไทยติ่มซำ https://goo.gl/maps/iFZL2fEAgAkomrtU8) – For the population size of Trang, there is an un-proportionate amount of dim sum restaurants – meaning people just really love to eat dim sum in Trang! There are so many places to choose from, but I chose Ruan Thai Dim Sum (เรือนไทยติ่มซำ) because they are known to have one of the biggest selections of dim sum. When you arrive, you’ll see a small downtown of skyscrapers dim sum, all waiting to be ordered. What you do is you choose the different dumplings and bites you want to eat, and they freshly steam them, before bringing all the baskets to your table. This was, everything you eat is fresh and hot. We met the owner, and he gave us a few extra dishes as well, including some more Trang roasted pork and super “radna” noodles. Awesome place to eat dim sum and enjoy the local Trang Thai Chinese culture in the morning.

Chew Dam (ร้านฉิวดำ) – Finally to wrap up this street food tour we headed to Chew Dam (ร้านฉิวดำ), a generations old shophouse restaurant for Hokkien Mee. The yellow noodles are cooked in a thick umami boosted gravy and served with a barely cooked egg. Awesome place and delicious Hokkien Mee. Hokkien Mee – 45 THB ($1.44)

And that completes this Asian street food tour in Trang. Trang is a fantastic city, with a great balance of history, nice people, buzzing markets, and delicious street food.

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23 Comments

  1. lily christian

    The yummiest crispy pork in the world is from Bangka island, Indonesia. The name is Saucunyuk (Roasted pork), they use special spice & roasting it with a very special way. Just search in youtube Saucunyuk Bangka. Bangka is also famous with krupuk. Don't forget to try their legendary fries, bujan.

  2. Chubby lady's diary

    I can guarantee that food in Trang has authentic food taste which you couldn’t find any provinces in Thailand. I came to Trang once in a year just for food there. Their ritual is about Dim sum and tea of coffee in the morning and dinner. The seafood raw material there has very specific taste super super delicious. It may be because they are fresh from Andaman sea’s part where is still not too tourist crowded. I saw Mark’s expression in this video and I really understand how he felt because my face looked like that too. Ahhh I wanna go there again

  3. Albert Wong

    Mark Wiens eat food like Ba Ba man

  4. Debpratim khanna

    the unlike is for any Chinese connection

  5. Mr. serpent

    traaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaang traaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaang

  6. Craig Himmler

    Mark your Tee Shirt states if it's not spicy your not eating. You state the sauce is sweet but your still eating the food.

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  8. Salma Z.

    Watching these videos is so therapeutic. Thank you and may Allah protect you and your family. Stay safe.

  9. Time2getgoin

    น่าทานมากๆๆจ้า yummy

  10. Hendrick Kosasih

    Please don't forget state the price of the food. Thank. You we enjoy it.

  11. kosar anees

    WHATTA GREAT EXPERIENCED SIR MARK…HOW I WISH I COULD BE IN YOUR SHOE EVEN FOR ONE DAY HAHA…ALL THE FOOD THAT U SHOWN WAS TOTALLY AWESOME..SO SAD THAT IM HERE AT THE PLACE THAT SOME INGREDIENTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE,IM HERE AT PAKISTAN WHICH U VISITED ALSO BUT MY PLACE IS LIKE A SMALL AND VERY FAR FROM CITY…STAY SAFE SIR AND ALL THE BEST FOR U AND UR FAMILY…BTW,IM FROM PHILIPPINES AND JUST WATCHED ALL UR VIDEOS U DID 3 YEARS AGO.NOW MY PROBLEM IS IM CRAVING FOR ALL THE FOOD U JUST FEATURED AND I GUESS I WILL JUST CRY AND DREAM…HAHA

  12. Go Haan

    TRRRRRRAAAAAAAANNNNNNNGGGGG
    ADDICTED

  13. ust _educhigh

    I love Thai cuisine. Intricate in taste, presentation and preparation. So much blend of cultures. Geographically speaking truly it's rich in tradition and food. Distinctively identified by their location as described herein (north and south dishes). I am drooling to taste everything. That roasted pork though, I wish the process of cooking was shown.

  14. 230608grace

    Wow My mouth is still burning from the last video. Wonderful!

  15. Adam Sandaver

    Hey Mark. Happy new year first up. I noticed the lack of sauces also. In Chiang Mai at Toey Dim Sum (not to be missed) they have several soy sauces and fried shallots and garlic to mix into the sauces, These are made for the Thai style dim sum. All the best…Adam.

  16. ꧁༺Alissa King༻꧂ G

    I really don't understand how people can dislike Marks content.

  17. chips&noodles

    Looks delicious! Yummmmmiiii!!!!!

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