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Golden Steamer

Map & Directions 143A Mott St.
New York, NY 10013
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212-226-1886
  • Chinese
  • Daily 7am-8pm
  • cash
  • Takeout
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

This steamed-bun specialist offers a plethora of bao, filled with almost everything imaginable-lotus seed paste, egg custard, pumpkin, pork with greens and egg, chicken and ginger, salted egg yolk, and so on. The fluffy, cloud-like, white mantao that encases each filling is made on the premises, and you might catch a glimpse of a fellow kneading and cutting the dough in the back. You can also grab a few dim sum items to-go, like chewy turnip
cake, gelatinous sweet sesame rolls, and fried spring rolls.

 
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  • Village Voice on 02/09/11

    Try the baked buns- the fabled hot dog roll, the scallion roll, or a sesame roll. All these incorporate some sugar, so they are sweet and salty. They make a very nice cheap lunch or snack on the run!

  • China Daily USA on 04/20/11

    You can't go wrong with the prices here, but definitely don't leave without trying the pumpkin buns.

  • Jacquelyn S. on 10/21/13

    Dai bao (big bun) is like dim sum in one bun: egg, Chinese sausage, veggies, and unidentifiable meat paste.

  • Allbriton R. on 01/10/10

    Coconut buns. Nomnom

  • Richard K. on 02/07/10

    the steamed custard buns are obnoxiously good!

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