For bargain buns and dim sum
First Canadian Place 100 King St. W.
the best cheap lunch in all of the Path’s corridors can be found inside this blink-and-you’llmiss-it nook of a Hong Kong–style bakery. Our go-to is the row of serve-yourself cases of buns galore: fluffy pucks of dough filled with curried beef, red bean paste, sausage and other savouries, each for a shade under $2. The standout is the sweet, golden-crowned pineapple bun stuffed with barbecued pork. Two or three make a meal— especially if you also snag some siu mai or har gow from the dim sum case.