When there’s a queue, there must be something interesting to be had. As for this queue, you can smell fresh baozi from far away.
It’s 3 pm in the afternoon, time for a tea break. And what better to go with your coffee or tea than a steaming hot bun.
All their buns were made fresh at the shop, and steamed when they were placed on order.
There were only four choices of buns available.
I skipped the sweet osmanthus and red bean paste bun 桂花豆沙包, no sweet tooth.
The fresh pork bun was juicy and quite filling.
I quite enjoyed the vegetarian bun, quite different from those in Singapore.
Of the three types, my favourite was the preserved vegetable bun. It was not too salty. But I enjoyed it so much that I bought it three days in a row.
Shops across town, but there’s one right at the corner of the Nanjing East Road pedestrian street, right behind H&M.
Date visited : Dec 2021