For bar­gain buns and dim sum

Toronto Life - - Food & Drink -


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.

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