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Bring on the Bao: Eight Places to Get Your Fix

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A bao, by definition, is a Chinese bread that is steamed, resulting in a pillowy soft vehicle for a plethora of ingredients. Many other regions and cultures have their own version of this popular treat, and they come in different shapes, sizes, and with a wide variety of fillings. While there are several places that specialize in bao, here are some local restaurants that step a bit outside of tradition to offer something a little unique.


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Shabu and Mein

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Jo Jo TaiPei

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Hei La Moon

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UNI Sashimi Bar

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Fugu Truck

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Myers + Chang

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Shabu and Mein

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Moksa

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Jo Jo TaiPei

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Shojo

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Hei La Moon

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UNI Sashimi Bar

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Fugu Truck

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Myers + Chang

[Photo: Cal Bingham]

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