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Taiwanese Restaurant$
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238 E 14th St New York, NY 10003
238 East 14th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
$Taiwanese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Taiwanese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–11:30PM
Thursday 11:30AM–11:30PMFriday 11:30AM–3AMSaturday 11:30AM–3AMSunday 11:30AM–11:30PMMonday 11:30AM–11:30PMTuesday 11:30AM–11:30PMWednesday 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."
"Birdhaus Bao - All natural fried chicken."
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John Boyle
a month ago
These little Bao sandwiches are so tasty! The Emperor Bao made of pork belly is absolutely amazing. I try and take people visiting NYC here, it's unique, quick, and delicious
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joann genduso
2 months ago
One of my favorite stops when I am in NYC The Chairman Bao & Fried Chicken Buns are addicting. The staff is super accommodating & friendly. The rice bowls are divine but not for anyone that doesn't like s bit of spice. Give it a try, I promise you'll be back.
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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 you're 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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2 months ago
I heard a lot of good things about this place but the service is really bad! the girl that was working in the front was really rude as she just threw my order at where I was sitting without even calling my name, on top of that she was just concerned with her phone instead of paying attention to the customer. The food was ok, but the baos were smashed together with the filling like someone just sat on top of them and it was really expensive! just a small one piece of the chairman bao was $4.75 and it was not even that delicious! This place is just all hype! If you want a real bao go to chinatown you can find better food for less money!
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Jason Martinez
2 months ago
Always good vibes and a pretty chill crew. Food is amazing. I usually like to go there when I'm bummed out and get the fried fish or birdhaus. It'll make you feel at home if you're truly into hip hop culture.
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seen jee
a month ago
I've been trying to try Momofuko for a while now -- I saw David Chiang's cookbook a while ago and drooled many a day over his gorgeous soft cooked eggs. Finally got a chance to try on Friday night. We arrived around 6 and put our names down for a table for three. They don't take reservations, but you can leave your phone number. We only waited about 20 min. I got the brisket buns and the Momofuko Ramen. The buns were good, but not my favorite. The Ramen broth was super smoky and delicious. Portion size was average as far as ramen goes. The egg was nearly raw and tasted pretty good stirred into my ramen. I have to say, I prefer the soy marinated eggs at Totto Ramen. Generous amount of scallions was appreciated! Service was prompt and friendly. Fun place to grab a bowl of noodles, but try to avoid peak hours! The line was out the door by the time we left.
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Brendan Cross
a month ago
I had been meaning to come to this place for a while and I went for the lunch special - 3 baos and taro fries or sweet bao for $15. The pork belly was my favorite, followed by the fish filet and then the general bao (fried chicken). The sweet bao was also really good...wasn't sure what to expect but it was a donut like pastry. The place is a little...grimy. I'd probably just do takeout next time and eat elsewhere.
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Madeline Groth
3 weeks ago
SOOOO Good!!! I've only had the chicken, not a fan of pork, but it's soo amazing!!! The taro fries are to die for and the dessert with the green icing!!! So savory good!!!! RECOMMEND 100%


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