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Arriving by Bus: #7/14/14e/16/65/106/111/123/175/502/502A, Bustop Name: Midpoint Orchard, Bustop No.: 09038. Arriving by Train: Somerset MRT. Nearest Carpark: 313@Somerset Carpark continue reading
All Branches (3)
Telephone
6735 3045
Introduction
Bao Today was established in 2005, popular for its daily fresh made traditional Chinese cuisine and dim sum delights. The Hong Kong Chefs use an assortment of ingredients and concoct both traditional and distinct flavours of baos, tinkling your sensations to new heights. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 23:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://baotoday.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
Half Assorted Meat Bun Wang Chao Sesame Skin Bao Ma Han Sesame Skin Chicken Bao
Review (16)
Level4 2014-11-18
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Dim sum using my free $30 313 Somerset voucher, topped $14 for 10 items.Overall, dim sum is not bad, no service charges but has gst.(so service not good at all and the cashier is fierce).1.Like the scallop and prawn dumpling most!2.The har kao prawn is big and taste not bad too.. but the skin is sticky and too soft.3. The prawn chee cheong fun prawn is so small, and overcooked. Dont order!4.The siew mai has a prawn inside but the pork meat is too lean.5.The pork and chicken bun taste normal though the skin is smooth and soft6.The lotus leave wrapped glutinious rice with generous minced chicken & salted egg is good for sharing too... yum7.The only fried item we ordered today is the fried shrimp dumpling, hot and fresh but quite oily!8.The steam xiao long bao is okay but Not juicy, and skin too thick.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-20
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A dim sum eatery inspired by Justice Bao legend, title was impressive. It had more than 30 kinds of Chinese traditional delicacies, especially buns and dumplings. Conveniently located at walking distance from Somerset MRT, business was not bad when we were there. Staffs were well-trained, attentive to serve us.XO Sauce Noodle I had was dry-stirred Maggi Mee I guessed, not my liking. Talking about Wanton Mee, the combination similar with the one I had at Hong Kong last time. Char Siew was sweet and Golden Dumpling was crispy. Too bad, the custard bun in two pieces was nothing to scream about. Plainly oozing, the gravy inside was totally below my expectation. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-06
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The openrice food hunt brought me to try out Bao Today's siew mai, har gao and herbal jelly. The items were served in 5 mins and in big portions. Sadly it is packed me ajinomoto which made me so throaty after eating 1 siew Mao. Prolly one of the worse thing in a F&B establishment is the use of ajinomoto excessively in their food. Herbal jelly was ok in my opinion. It could be a little softer though!Service level here isn't good with super Sian looking staff. One of the saving grace of this place is probably that they open till 1am daily.  continue reading
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Level2 2013-10-06
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The Har Gao ($4 for 3 pieces) is chalky and tasteless. The skin is overly thick and sticky. The Shao Mai ($3.50 for 3 pieces) is tough and chewy, very salty too. The Herbal Jelly ($2.80) is not herbal enough and not smooth at all. The only thing good about this place is that they open until 1am which is an alternative option for late night supper when nothing else is open after  a late night movie at Cineleisure. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-30
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I think Bao Today should stick to selling only Buns in their eatery and not try to diversify themselves. I ordered the Beef Brisket Noodle: $6.80 and Deep Fried Golden Dumpling (6 pcs - $4.50) This tasted normal. The beef brisket was not very soft and a little hard to chew. My mom ate it and it took forever for her to finish chewing one small piece. The soup is a little too salty for my liking. However, I must say that the noodle is springy which is the saving feature of this dish.This fried dumpling is quite bad. The crispy part isn't crispy at all. It's like they left the dumpling there for awhile and was getting soggy. I had to remove the fried part and only eat the ate the fillings inside. At about $0.80 per piece, I don't think it's worth it. As I've eaten their Baos before, which tastes phenomenon. I am utterly disappointed at their normal dishes and I've said, they should stick to selling the buns instead. continue reading
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