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Some people call it "bao", others call it "Taiwan Burger", and some people call it "刈包" like the locals in Taiwan, or call it "tiger bite pig" vividly. This is similar to Xi'an. The Taiwanese snacks of Roujiamo are frantically sweeping Melbourne. Its traditional fillings are usually nothing more than flaky pork belly, sauerkraut, peanut powder and coriander. There are also lean meat instead of pork belly for health reasons. Recently, chicken steak, cod steak, beef, fried eggs, and even Pig tongue and so on. I'll tell you where to find the delicious bags hidden in the streets and alleys!
◆Ghost Kitchen Taiwanese Street Food◆
This food truck flows in West Melbourne, and there are all kinds of tempting Taiwanese snacks, from salted chicken to scallion pancakes, you can think of it here! Of course, their "刈包" is also very good. He cooks the traditional style. The pork, coriander, peanuts and sweet chili sauce steamed over a slow fire are wrapped in soft bread. It looks a bit like an Asian burrito, but it tastes super! Buy two if you want, because you will definitely want the second after eating the first one!
Address: Queen Victoria Market, North Melbourne, VIC, 3051
Wonderbao is located in a fairly hidden street, but this does not affect its popularity. Its bread is quite soft. Every time it is mentioned that you want to eat "baozi" food, it will be the best choice for friends. ! What's even better is that they can also eat "刈包" from Taiwan! The toppings are braised or roasted pork belly, and vegetarians can choose to add fried soft tofu and seasonings and side dishes suitable for attacking the taste. Dianjun’s favorite is of course the classic version of grilled pork belly, which is topped with crispy picked vegetables and sweet hoisin sauce!
Address: Shop 4, 19-37 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne, 3000 VIC
Phone: 03 9654 7887
Rice Queen’s shop is decorated with silk lanterns and fake cherry blossoms. In short, it has strong Asian elements! This large and bold chain restaurant brings together the cuisines of Asian countries, the most famous one is probably Korean fried chicken. However, their "刈包" is as worth trying as fried chicken! It uses a DIY approach. You can add fillings to the semi-circular buns yourself. It is recommended to cook beef cheeks with super tender, thick hoisin sauce and pickled cucumbers. Remember to carefully open the steamed buns when eating, because the actual amount of filling is really much more than it looks, and there will be soup. If you eat one, you will fall in love with it instantly. From then on, KFC is a passerby!
Address: 389 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, 3065 VIC
Phone: 03 9419 6624
Although it has only been open for a few months, Tokyo Tina, as the "little sister" of Hanoi Hannah and Saigon Sally, has already made its name! Anime-style posters, gorgeous ceramic plates, and cleverly placed anime dolls all reveal the Japanese style of the restaurant! But if you look at its menu-kimchi, sweet chili sauce, barbecue, it is completely Korean. The DIY bao in the store is what we call "刈包"! Slow-cooked beef from South Korea was placed on the plate with the bones. A soft steamed bun, Kewpie mayonnaise and kimchi bowl were placed next to it. Because the meat is really tender, you can cut it off with a spoon and brush it with the egg yolk. Put kimchi on the top of the steamed buns in the sauce, and experience the thrill of "do it yourself, rich in food and clothing"!
Address: 66A Chapel Street, Windsor, 3181 VIC
Phone: 03 9525 2774
If the Beijing roast duck and "刈包" have the crystallization of love, then it must be Supernormal's duck bao! In this superb CBD Asian restaurant, the noodles of the roast duck were deliberately replaced by fluffy steamed buns. The skin of the roast duck was roasted to be very crispy, and the meat was very tender and juicy. It was served with sweet sauce and pickled cucumbers. Delicious or delicious! If you happen to pass by this shop and find that there are still seats available, then don't hesitate to come in and try the roast duck buns!
Address: 180 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, 3000 VIC
Phone: 03 9650 8688
Thaiger itself is a restaurant famous for making burgers. The most special thing here is the bread it uses to make burgers. Yes, it uses bamboo charcoal black bread! Enough to attract attention! The filling is usually crispy soft shell crab, of course, you can also choose shrimp with mayonnaise or lemongrass marinated pork. The shop is small, but the menu is very rich! What I want to recommend today is their pork belly "刈包". This is no ordinary pork belly~ It is cooked twice-cooked crispy pork, you can hear the crunch every bite, and it is good with hoisin sauce or salad dressing!
Address: Shop 16, The Walk Arcade, 8 Causeway Lane, Melbourne, 3000 VIC
Phone: 03 9663 8558
The article is reproduced from Dianping-Melbourne Station, edited by "Chinatown"
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