Bao

Bao started as a simple – but wildly popular – market stall and transformed into two restaurants – and counting? - in Soho and Fitzrovia. Lines reach the street, which tells you everything you need to know about this eatery. But yes, before you ask, they DO serve baos (Taiwanese milk buns with finger-licking fillings) as well as other traditional delicacies.

Bao

  • 53 Lexington Street, London W1F 9AS, United Kingdom

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