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238 E 14th St New York, NY 10003
238 East 14th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
(646) 669-8889baohausnyc.com
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Today 11:30AM–11:30PM
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Savory Taiwanese steamed buns are the specialty of this bare-bones East Village eatery.- Google
"LOVE the baos, especially the Chairman Bao with pork belly and crushed peanuts."
"It is definitely not worth $10 for one bun with some fried chicken."
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blue sky
a week ago
This is the second time I've had steamed buns and it was delicious. My only issue (has nothing to do with the establishment) is this place is very tiny, so if someone comes here and wants to sit and eat, I wouldn't recommend it. Its a dope place to go to during the nicer months since you can just grab your food and go outside and walk around and eat. The character of the place is dope. Classic NY train look. I had the fried fish buns with fries and it was good. They served it with their mayo, chili paste sauce (dont remember the name right now). I would definitely go back, for sure.
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Janus Chan
2 months ago
The fried bao with pandan condensed milk are pretty tasty. It's a small eats spot, good for some late night grubbing, but I can't say the quality is the best. I still like Momofuku/Ippudo's pork belly buns better.
Shihho Yu
3 months ago
Cool place. Limited seating. Chairman Bao $4.05 and Birdhaus Bao $3.55 were unique and delicious. Love the combination between steam falt bao and fillings. Taro fries $3.55 was not impressive.
br luck
2 months ago
Insanly tasty pork, chicken, and fish buns...great spot for late night food. The chics behind the counter are the bomb too. Definitely worth going if you have not been.
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Elias T
a month ago
Small crowded spot - a hole in the wall - but the food was great! Better than any Baos I could get in my city. I really liked the AiYu Jelly Lemonade (AiYu seed jelly, hand squeezed lemons, and rock candy) and iced Cold Green Tea they had, very tasty stuff, and are way better than typical soft-drink fare. We had the Chairman and Birdhaus Bao - detailed below - and both were delicious. The atmosphere of the place had a very hip-hop urban vibe to it, not a typical 'asian restaurant' vibe which made it unique. I highly recommend this place, especially if your a fan Eddie Huang on Vice, you can't go wrong. There may be slightly better, or cheaper eats in NYC - but Baohaus is a sure thing, and has a cool vibe. Chairman Bao - Braised all natural Berkshire pork belly served with Haus Relish, crushed peanuts, Taiwanese red sugar, and cilantro. Birdhaus Bao - All natural fried chicken. Brined 24 hours, served with Haus Seasoning Salt, lemon-garlic aioli, crushed peanuts, Taiwanese red sugar, and cilantro.
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Vincent Tse
in the last week
One of my favourite places to visit when in NYC, created by Eddie Huang, the baos are good, but the staff is what makes the place awesome. They also sell their own snapbacks, I was basically obligated to buy one.
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Sam Bartlett
2 months ago
The Baos are delicious and there aren't really any comparable places in the area. Note however that even though they may seem cheap at $3 a pop, you're going to need at least three to feel satisfied since they're small. Still worth it though
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Max Brawer
2 months ago
This kind of a la carte, inexpensive food makes the village special. Also, they innovated chinese food in an entirely welcomed way

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