Hong Kong is a food lover’s nirvana and the center for Traditional Chinese Medicine. Can Andrew eat his way to good health while feeding his hunger for some of the city’s most iconic foods? The turtle jelly ...Go to Episode
Dr. Ho Hin Leung Visit
Andrew meets Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM, practitioner Dr. Ho for an assessment of his health based on his pulse and the looks of his tongue.
8F Sino Cheer Plaza, 23-29 Jordan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Quan Zhen Tong
Magazine Nightlife Editor Johannes Pong takes Andrew to a small cart that serves a TCM staple, soup made from the jelly of a turtle shell.
Nga Tsin Long Road, Kowloon City, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Shai Wong Yip New Snake Restaurant
Andrew and Johannes Pong stop by Shai Wong Yip restaurant to try more TCM favorites, this time made from snake.
139 Nam Cheong St. Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
Andrew and Amy make a stop here to find some of the best soup wontons in Hong Kong.
77 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
Tai Cheung Bakery
Andrew and Amy make a stop for some sweets with a twist.
32 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
The Manor Restaurant
Andrew and Amy visit an eatery popular with the late night crowd. These chefs must practice for 2 years before they are allowed to make thin egg noodles on their own.
440 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
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