I went to this location on Rivington last night but it's closed (now an Indian restaurant). Surprised no one has reported this yet. Try the location on 14th St.
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The food is really good and inventive, mixing Taiwanese and American flavors. But it was kind of overpriced. For two tiny buns (and when I say tiny, I REALLY mean tiny), it costed $6. And the space is a little cramped....
We catch this place on the way to other places. You don't want to eat there but you do want to take the food to go! Total hole in the wall but delicious. We have had almost everything on the menu and would eat it...More
Pleasantly surprised by the friendly staff (read reviews that talked about how rude they were), enjoyed the food-especially the taro fries. Unbelievably small restaurant, dark and a little dirty looking, but I think it only adds to the fringe nature of the restaurant. Would come...More
Everything about this place was good, the food, staff and atmosphere. Really good hole in the wall. We first went there, couple of friends to check this place out and we were so happy with the food that we came back on the last day...More
Three of us stopped by Baohaus early on Sunday afternoon. I had heard the crowds get crazy for the late night snack, so we were quite happy to enter and see we were probably the first customers of the day. We ordered a variety of...More
The food was spot on, but the hole in the wall atmosphere was a bit dingy for me. They were out of several things on the menu including the signature Chairman Bao. We had the beef cheek, fried chicken and braised chicken which were all...More
The baos were a bit stale, I expected that the buns are the freshest, hence baohaus. The curry chicken was a bit too salty. Still it was good and enjoyable, just that I expected more. The sweet fries is a fried bun cut up with...More
This tiny little place is entered via a narrow corridor with the minuscule kitchen on display. I had the signature dish - The Chairman Bao. Its pork belly on soft bread was delicious. The oyster bao was well made, but I didn't enjoy it as...More
place maybe look no very nice, but you if you take it to go, or are with friends, go there and enjoy the BEST BAOS of the city, for a un-expensive price. very good food quality and value. ill back soon