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Bao Today is a 10-year old eatery located in town. What intrigued me (and still do now) is the absence of a menu for the buffet. Can you imagine going for a buffet where you don't know what is served? This gives me the impression that Bao Today is really confident of their food. Their concept probably caters to the adventurous foodie, the ones who would boldly try new dishes and flavours. You don't order the things you want from any order chit-- be prepared to nod your head away when the friendl
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Bao Today is a 10-year old eatery located in town. 

What intrigued me (and still do now) is the absence of a menu for the buffet. Can you imagine going for a buffet where you don't know what is served? This gives me the impression that Bao Today is really confident of their food. Their concept probably caters to the adventurous foodie, the ones who would boldly try new dishes and flavours. You don't order the things you want from any order chit-- be prepared to nod your head away when the friendly service crew comes over with a tray of piping hot Cantonese food. Anyway, indulge in these images of the wonderful spread!
Lotus Leaf Sticky Rice
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Here's a dim sum classic! The sticky rice is wrapped in a lotus leaf and steamed for really long hours. Quite filling, I'd say.
Of course, Bao Today does retain their Signature food for every buffet, such as their popular Liu Sh Bao (Custard Yolk Bun) and their Siew Mai (Steamed Pork Dumplings with Prawns).
Siew Mai
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Steamed Pork Dumplings with Prawns
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I have so much to rave about these dishes-- they've taken a traditional cantonese dimsum and gave it a unique, modern twist.
Liu Sha Bao
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Liu Sha Bao
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The buns used for the Liu Sha Bao have a touch of pandan added into it. This gives it a really fragrant flavour, elevating the taste profile of the dish.
Pork Chop
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Pork Chop
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To be honest, I thought the pork chop doesn't look very appealing. Well, they did put in effort for adding more colours using the red and green pepper! I was given a rude wake-up call by this heavenly dish-- it is so tender and juicy, and the sauce is perfectly balanced. Beware of dish hogging if you're with a large group of diners!
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Taste
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Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$18 (Tea)
Dining Offer
Tasting Event
Recommended Dishes
Siew Mai
Steamed Pork Dumplings with Prawns
Liu Sha Bao
Liu Sha Bao
  • pork chop
  • har gao
  • siew mai