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Frank’s “Beef brisket noodles tea set” snapshots video

Beef brisket noodles tea set video screenshot

“Beef brisket noodles tea set” video of Frank Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make a short “Beef brisket noodles tea set” video to show you the famous local delicacies of Hong Kong. Hong Kong’s local tea cafés have a lot of different afternoon tea sets to attract the diners after 2 pm….

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Frank’s “Local tea café and delicacies” snapshots video

“Local tea café and delicacies” video of Frank Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make his short “Local tea café and delicacies” video. Common Hong Kong citizens like the functional local tea café very much! The tea cafés have the all-embracing menus for diners. People can have their breakfast, lunch, dinner and even…

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Frank’s “1000 layers cake?” snapshots video

1000 layers cake video screenshot

“1000 layers cake?” video of Frank Frank the tour guide found a traditional but rare dim sum, 1000 layers cake when he went to Tuen Mun New Town to find a local restaurant for the included lunch of the Lantau Island West New Territories full day private tour under planning. Frank uses his snapshots to…

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Frank’s “One dim sum platter is enough?” snapshots video

“One dim sum platter is enough?” video of Frank  Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make his short “One dim sum platter is enough?” video. One dim sum platter has the most popular and famous dumplings, buns and desserts. Although different restaurants have different dim sum platters, mostly the platters have shrimp dumpling,…

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Frank’s “No shrimp dumpling, still delicious” snapshots video

No shrimp dumpling, but still delicious video screenshot

“No shrimp dumpling, still delicious” video of Frank Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make his short “No shrimp dumpling, still delicious” video. Frank just wants to introduce some less famous but yummy dim sum to travelers through the video.   Travelers can taste the popular steamed BBQ pork bun.   Steamed fish ball,…

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Frank’s “Tasty Fujian Fried Rice” snapshots video

Tasty Fujian Fried Rice video screenshot

“Tasty Fujian Fried Rice” video of Frank the tour guide  Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make his short “Tasty Fujian Fried Rice” video. The foundation of this famous dish is the egg fried rice. The sauce with diced zucchini, diced carrot, diced chicken, diced mushroom, shredded dried scallop make the fried rice a…

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Frank’s “French toast” snapshots video

“French toast” video of Frank the tour guide  Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make his short “French toast” video. You can add the butter and syrup to make the deep-fried sandwich bread with peanut butter filling to be the delicacy for the afternoon tea time!   Clients can enjoy this local Hong…

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Frank’s Hong Kong Food snapshots video

Hong Kong food snapshots video of Frank the tour guide

Hong Kong Food snapshots video of Frank the tour guide  Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make a short video to record the tasty Hong Kong food. Fully vaccinated Frank is eager to show the delicious Hong Kong food to clients during the easy Hong Kong private tour with local afternoon tea set,…

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Solo travelers don’t need to order too much food in Hong Kong’s restaurants

Ordering too much food is solo travelers' common mistake. 

Ordering too much food is solo travelers’ common mistake  Tasting authentic local food is the must-do activity when solo travelers TIY (tour it yourselves) Hong Kong. However, as the single diners, solo travelers often make the common mistake at Hong Kong’s local dim sum restaurants, ordering too much food.   The restaurant managers and waiters…

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How to say soda, butter toast, egg sandwich in Cantonese and what do they stand for now?

Soda, butter toast, egg sandwich

汽hei3水seo2油jau4多do1蛋daan2治zi6 can imply petrol bomb A lot of visitors want to enjoy local delicacies at Hong Kong’s fast food shops and tea cafés to experience the local dining culture. The main difficulty for visitors to do so is they don’t know how to call the food names in Cantonese. Frank the tour guide is going…

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