We have to admit it. We've got a bit of a bao problem. Bao, which are also known as lotus leaf buns, are pillowy steamed buns. We've criss crossed the globe in search of the soft fluffy morsels. We've had... Continue Reading →
One thing you may not know is that Boston boasts the third largest Chinatown in the United States. While there are plenty of places in Boston's gritty downtown Chinatown where you can pick apart Peking duck or dive into sweet and sour pork, Shōjō is not that kind of spot.
From French style cafés like Miam in the trendy Wynwood District to unicorn poop ice cream over at Cream Parlor and spiked donut holes at The Salty Donut, Miami is a city that loves to eat. If you're in the... Continue Reading →
Baos are chubby taco-like vessels of wonderful yumminess. It's easy to see why the warm fluffy steamed buns are popular throughout China and Indonesia. Much like the American hamburger, the portability of a bao makes it the perfect takeaway option. Also like hamburgers,... Continue Reading →
When we arrived in Brisbane, it was a mess. Let me clarify, Brisbane’s club going set was a mess. I can’t really blame Brisbane. It was about 7:30pm on a Wednesday evening and people were quite busy celebrating Ekka People's Day,... Continue Reading →