Aditya posted on 9th June

#LBBPicks: Take A Bao At These Restaurants In Delhi

Popular across China, Philippines, Malaysia and pretty much the rest of the world, baos or baozi have now made their own place in Delhi’s ever growing food scene. Light steamed buns filled with meats or vegetables, these are quite the rage—and they have every reason to be.

We bring you some of the best restaurants in the city where you can binge on baos {and not feel guilty at all}.

Lord Of The Drinks Forum

Not the place where you would really expect great baos, but Lord Of The Drinks Forum surely delivers in taste and portioning. The ambience and music just add to the overall experience.

What To Order: Chilly Chicken Bao, Kaffir Lime Prawn Bao

Timings: 11am – 12.45pm

The Fatty Bao

Colourful interiors, fast service and probably some of the best baos in the city, Fatty Bao is our pick for you. What makes it better are the stellar cocktails they serve.

What To Order: Lamb in Oyster Sauce Shengjian Bao, BBQ Chicken Bao

Timings: 12pm – 3pm, 7pm – 12.30pm

Farzi Cafe

Innovation and fusion are the keywords here. Bringing a mix of asian flavours and Indian twists to their offerings, Farzi, brings the most unique baos to the table {literally}.

What To Order: Chili Chicken Bao, Butter Chicken Bao

Timings: 12pm – 1am

Odeon Social

If you’re into spicy baos, Odeon is the place for you. The portions are big and filling, and you always have the option to indulge in their signature cocktails.

What To Order: Chilly & Black Pepper Chicken Bao, Chicken & Jalapeno Bao

Timings: 10am – 12.30am

Asian Haus

They deliver till 4am, and that pretty much wins everything. The baos are fresh and just perfect for your late night movie bingeing.

What To Order: Char Sui Bao. Spicy Lamb Bao

Timings: 12pm – 4am

Yum Yum Cha

Apart from its regular non-vegetarian offerings, Yum Yum Cha serves some amazing veg baos too. The ambience is also a plus here, and you can always chow down on some amazing desserts.

What To Order: Char Siu Bao, Spicy Veg Bao

Timings: 12pm – 11pm

Moets Oh! Bao

Perfect for evening scenes, this place is quieter option in comparison to other restaurants {and the baos here are amazing!}.

What To Order: Cracking Pork Belly Bao, Prawn Tempura Bao

Timings: 12pm – 10.30pm


The chef here whips up some interesting fusion baos, and they are extremely delicious. The music and the overall vibe here is also pretty cool, and is perfect for evening sessions.

What To Order: Mutton Seekh Bao, Chicken Curry Bao

Timings: 11.30am – 12.30pm