Pork floss bun

Posted by Linda on 20. 2010 0 comments 0 trackback
I went to my local Chinese bakery Nice Bakery again a while ago to buy a bun and a bottle of milk tea for afternoon snack.
I'm not particularly fond of the bakery and they don't have a lot of selections of buns to choose from compared to the Asian bakeries in the CBD & Chinatown, and they only a very few buns I particularly love & would sometimes buy them from the bakery. Initially I wanted to get my usual favorite the crab & cheese bun, but then I decided to try a new bun that I hadn't tried before...I was debating between 2 buns, until I finally decided on this floss bun, since I love pork floss. Pork floss is a dried meat product that's very popular with Chinese food culture.
basically it's merely a plain white bun (with no filling) topped with a generous amount of pork floss, the bun itself was freshly baked, but the star of the show was definitely the lovely pork floss topping.
Overall, it's nice but a bit too ordinary for my taste, there wasn't anything particularly special or stand out about it, aside from the pork floss.

My rating (overall):
Category :Savory snacks
Tag :snacks

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