Baked BBQ Pork Bun

$5.00 Β· 2 Reviews

Part of the Imperial Treasure family, Imperial Treasure Nan Bei β€” which means North and South in Mandarin β€” has an extensive menu that includes all Chinese cuisines from North to South of China. From hand-pulled Shanghai ramen, delectable dim sum and even Cantonese double boiled soups, you can be assured there’s something for even the fussiest eater in the family. Conveniently located on the fifth floor of Takashimaya, Nan Bei is a great pit stop for the whole gang to refuel after shopping. You won’t go wrong with dim sum options (till 5pm) like the Baked BBQ Pork Bun ($5, 3 pieces), crispy Yam Puffs ($5, 3 pieces) as well as heartier items like Ee Fu Noodles (from $14) and the Tung Hoon with Scallops (from $16). The latter is seasonal so just ask the friendly staff if it's available β€” you don't want to miss out on this heavenly combination of seafood and noodles!
Avg Price: $25 per person
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This place is honestly my favourite place for dim sum now! All the dim sum we ordered (the typical siew mai, carrot cake, xiao long bao etc) tasted really good, but this baked BBQ pork bun was EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD. When I say exceptionally good i mean REALLY REALLY GOOD! the bun was baked to literal perfection, slightly crisp on the outside but when you take a bite, it's so soft 😭 I'm not a huge fan of buns but this bun tasted so good that I actually ate 3 of them!!! Overall, the service was really quick, the food served were all hot (which is good) and of course, very good quality. Highly recommend this place if you would like to satisfy your dimsum cravings but remember to make a reservation first!