Photo by G. Yek: Classic beef noodles at Bao Bun Bowl.
There’s handcrafted food and then there are hand-pulled noodles. This sort of handcrafting demands the skill level of a master, someone who’s practiced the craft for years if not decades.
Bao Bun Bowl serves a different kind of fast food — the kind that’s made fresh before your eyes and finished into a piping hot bowl of noodles doused in a hearty broth and peppered with vegetables and thin-sliced beef.
The other menu items are just as magnifent–crepes, dumplings, buns and more. This joint is definitely worth a visit.