In the last year or so, boa buns have been creeping more and more onto my plate. From street food markets and pop-ups to restaurants specialising in those fluffy clouds, there’s plenty of places to find 'em in the city. One of London’s newest offerings is Bun House in Soho, a cute café…
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Bun House is located in the bustling Soho, dedicated to providing Londoners with the best bao around.
The brainchild of husband and wife team, Alex Peffly and Z He Bun House is inspired by the Hong Kongese movies of the 1990s and early 2000s, and the streetside ‘dai pai dong’ stalls. Expect a fast, casual dining experience, with a minimal menu.
Delicate balls of dough are filled with veg, meat and sweet custard fillings, alongside small dishes like daikon pickle and glass noodle salads. Look out for the hidden secret bar below, called the Tea Room. Styled as a Chinese speakeasy, you can expect a range of intriguing cocktails, all created by expert mixologists.
- Restaurant , Restaurant Bar
- Eating , Drinking and Eating , Something a little different
- Happily Affordable ££
- No door charge normally
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Bun House, 24, Greek Street, W1D 4DZ
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