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Mei Li Wah
Posted by dad of wong san ying on 01/28/2011
I have visited this place several times since I first heard of it, and it has become a favorite take-out spot...the shrimp rice noodle rolls are a desireable on-the-go snack...warm fresh rice flour dough, filled with steamed shrimp and a hint of sesame flavor..can't get enough! Delicious fresh buns---baked or steamed--- and perfect noodles make it a "must-go-to" eatery. You can also eat in, tho the dining area is a bit on the small side. And the prices are Low...a rare treat indeed!
Posted by Happy Diners on 11/26/2010
Enough said. Go get some & tuck in when it's still piping hot :D
Posted by Hell23 on 08/21/2009
They have the best traditional cantonese style buns from the old days. The steamed roast pork, lotus seed, and big buns are the best. What makes their buns so good is the dough, which is light and airy but not doughy. The baked chon bao with butter is delish!!! Don't go on the weekends as the Filippinos wait 3 deep in line to buy all the buns for the week.
Posted by nick on 05/16/2009
Now that it's been renovated, the atmosphere is much better than before. There house special buns are also great! Those things really fill you up. The best Roast Pork Buns are the best in the Tri-State area bar none.
Posted by Food Lover on 09/08/2008
I love their baked pork roast buns! The steamed ones are very good as well. So fresh, delicious, and tasty. Service is ok if you go early or later at night, but there's a line if you go during "rush" hours like right after work. But it is so worth the wait!