BBQ pork bun

Posted by Linda on 02. 2010 0 comments 0 trackback
I've always loved these BBQ pork buns baked fresh in your local Chinese many places you go where there's a community of Chinese (mainly Canto) locals, there will be at least 1 Chinese (Canto) bakery open that makes these cute little dim sum buns of many kinds & cakes.

Anyway, I was coming down with the flu 3 days ago & my mom went down to our local Chinese bakery called Nice Bakery located on the south parade, just opposite of Auburn train station. My mom and I regularly go there, it's a nice little bakery.
Anyway, my mom bought me 2 of my all-time favorite buns; BBQ pork bun, and the crab & cheese bun.

this is the BBQ pork bun (I took a bite of it before I remembered to take a photo!):
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My rating (overall):

I actually don't really like the bun itself very much, but I love the pork filling! I just wish they would add more of the pork filling, after all, it's the star of the show! Often I think the baker don't put enough of the delicious pork filling into the bun & sometimes the bun is too small, which is a bit disappointing...but $1.40 for each bun I guess is quite a decent price.
Category :Savory snacks
Tag :snacks

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