Monday, December 2, 2013

Feeling Fresh Off the Boat at Baohaus New York

By: Finance Foodie

Since my sister was in town for the Thanksgiving holiday last week, I was under a lot of pressure to play good host for all her eating needs. Easier said than done, as Finance Foodie Jr. happens to be even more picky than myself it comes to food. One request that had to be fulfilled was delicious Asian cuisine in a happening atmosphere. Enter Baohaus. After I heard about owner Eddie Huang's place from his Fresh Off the Boat show on Vice, I knew I found the spot to fill the bill. One part authentic Taiwanese street food, one part hipster East Village cool kids hangout spot - this was the perfect place for a quick lunch. Armed with Weryoo, a new photo sharing app in beta that connects people with locations by geolocating your photo to an exact spot on a map, we were ready to eat! Below is a photo journey of our dining adventure (PS you can click on photo captions to see my original photo on Weryoo!).
The entrance / ordering station / kitchen 
Photo Wall and TV that plays Fresh Off the Boat episodes
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The Add Your Own Graffiti Wall
Manager's Meal
Taro Root Fries. Chewy
fish tacos
Fried Fish Bao
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The famous Chairman Bao - Braised All Natural Berkshire Pork Belly Served with: crushed peanut, cilantro, Haus Relish, and Taiwanese red sugar. 
238 E 14th St
New York, NY 10003
(646) 669-8889
Cuisine: Asian

Baohaus on Urbanspoon

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