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  • Asian (other), Sandwiches, Vegetarian-Friendly, Asian Fusion
  • 238 E 14th St, NEW YORK NY10003 40.73262 -73.985627
  • (Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
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  • (646) 669-8889
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User Ratings (Based on 5 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 2.4
Service 1.7 Atmosphere 0.6

Other Restaurant Info

(646) 669-8889
Major Credit Cards
Sun-Wed: 11:30am-12am Thu-Sat: 11:30am-4am
Lunch, Dinner
Cheap Eats, Open Late, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Delivery Area:
4th to 24th St; E River to Broadway

User Reviews

  • Baohaus

    Posted by A&A on 06/01/2015

    Wanted to Believe

    We wanted to like this place. Who doesn't like the look of those chaiman bao's. We ordered a tray's worth of these little guys and all I can say was it was pure fat between the buns. We got sick. They should try the same concept but with a little more meat then fat to add something much needed. I would be back for more if they added more meat instead of pure fat. The skin should be crispy too not rubbery. If the skin was crispy, I think I wouldn't mind the fat as much either.

  • Baohaus

    Posted by Anon on 04/07/2013

    Poor service, good food.

    The food (Uncle Jesse and bao fries) is good. I didn't want to eat in the store because of the music selection, so I ordered to go. No problem. Except that the minimum for credit cards was raised. I went to get cash from an ATM, and the order took longer because the cashier insisted that the cook didn't make what I asked for until I returned, and then he made a snide comment about the fact that I actually returned. Of course, I wouldn't know the food was good if I hadn't been previous times.

  • Baohaus

    Posted by anonymous on 12/02/2012


    not the most familiar with this cuisine, gave it a try last night. knew pork belly was involved. honestly, there is no ambiance or scene, except for some street art on the walls, but the food is legit. variety of "baos" of buns, rice bowls, sides. I had the chairman, and the two chicken buns, shared taro fries (amazing sauce), and a fresh lemonade. beware: lemonade has chunks of jelly in it to sweeten it, i reco doing w/o the chunks. food is all fresh. made to order. flavorful, straightforward ingredients with some native spices (lots of cilantro). really tasty stuff. no frills, no fancy plates, food stands on its own. if you're looking to grab a quick bite (or you could go with one other person and sit for a little while) that will fill you up for less than $20, definitely check this place out. you won't be disappointed.

  • Baohaus

    Posted by Avon Barksdale on 11/01/2012

    Asking To Be Paid More Than You're Worth

    There was a quote I heard someone say that went like "I never want to be paid a penny over what I'm worth but I want to be paid what I'm worth". When Eddie Huang asks $4.00 for three bites worth of food, he is simply asking to be paid more than he is worth. Also, I know its part of the "attitude" of the restaurant but I don't know anyone in the world who can sit down and enjoy a meal when obnoxiously loud music is blaring into their ears. However, it is unique and easy food that should be experienced once in a very long while.

  • Baohaus

    Posted by jackie on 09/13/2012

    bad service, rude cashier

    I am at the bao haus as we speak. My bao is delightful. The atmosphere is horrible. The music is so loud that I cannot hear my friend, sitting next to me.

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