On the food & walking tour of Chinatown we had to eat an apple tart! Not to be missed, sooooo delicious!
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Siopao and baked buns are the ones that I usually get here. Get a number and wait to be called. Decent price for their buns. Siopao tastes like home back in the Philippines. Aside from our to go orders we also dined in. They were a little slow to serve food. Not your usual dimsum served in a cart and... More
This place is popular and busy. We treated ourselves to some baked goods: a coconut bun, a pineapple bun, their award winning apple tart, an egg tart and their world famous steamed buns (pork). All of the food was fresh, moist, and incredibly delicious. You need to grab a number to get served and note that it is cash or... More
We came here with high hopes but left a little disappointed. Very popular spot with locals and tourists alike but we got an almond cookie and a pork bun and neither were very special and rather stogey. Perhaps it was what we ordered as I say it is a popular spot. Not expensive so probably worth trying it yourself due... More
What can I say about the New Town Bakery & Restaurant... IT IS REALLY AUTHENTIC!!!This place is popular for the locals to hangout from breakfast till dinner. Big menu with daily specials for set lunch and dinner as well. Varieties of bake good and famous steam buns fresh everyday. Some bake goods are half price after 6pm. Servers are nice... More
when i asked about 4 people where i should go when Im in vancouver, everyone mentioned this place. so i made sure i check this one off my to-do list. I wanted to try and dine inside this place. however, my timing was off and came at the busiest time of the day. so i had to be contented with... More
After our visit to the Vancouver Police Museum, we went to Chinatown for an afternoon coffee / tea break. The bakery/restaurant always has a brisk takeout business and when we were there, there was a steady line up of people waiting to order throughout our stay. The four of us sat down for some coffee and pastries and ordered the... More
Service isn't the best, but the noodle soup and buns are worth the visit! Make sure to bring cash! Also, I love that it's in the heart of historic China Town...sometimes not that pretty, but it's a great cultural experience.
Located in Chinatown. Lots of food choices as you might expect in a Chinese restaurant. For lunch I ordered the hot and sour soup. It was not gourmet but decent and budget priced. Service is indifferent. I made the mistake of using the *totally gross* staff toilet in the back instead of the restroom provided for customers. Wide selection of... More
I grew up eating at BC Royal and New Town. Every time I come home to Vancouver, I always come to New Town Bakery for their Chicken Deluxe bun and the Bar-B-Q pork bun. The deluxe has savoury juicy chicken with a salted duck egg yolk filling. The BBQ pork bun reminds me of the BC Royal BBQ pork buns... More
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