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Third time's still a charm for Bao, as the bun connoisseurs head south of the river.
With a successful street food truck at Netil Market and two restaurants in central London, it's been onwards and upwards since Bao's inception. Now, the bun purveyors are bringing a taste of Taiwan to Borough, with their third restaurant. Think simple yet striking interiors and a huge 1,600 square foot site home to a restaurant and karaoke room.
With backing from JKS Restaurants (Trishna, Gymkhana, Hoppers) once again, this new location is taking over the space which used to be home to Feng Sushi. Replacing Japanese fare with Taiwanese tastes, you can expect to see a menu filled with signature buns alongside new dishes, twists on classic cocktails and a Suntory whisky Hi-Ball machine.
- Restaurant , Restaurant Bar , Cocktail Bar
- Eating , Drinking and Eating , Chilling with mates
- London Bridge
- Happily Affordable ££
- No minimum age
- Background Music
- Booking required
Bao Borough, 13 Stoney Street, SE1 9AD