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Another BaoBox opened in Budapest
Budapest's second BaoBox is now open in District 3, with minimal design and maximum tastes. A wide range of steamed, filled buns are available for those who are hungry for Asian food.
Source: press release
Best of Budapest online | June 6, 2016
Judit Németh, owner of BaoBox Asian street food restaurants met her husband, Huang in England at a basketball match. They moved to China where Judit gained a lot of culinary experience. In China, traditional meals consist of hot dishes mainly, there are no alternatives for cold bites or sandwiches. For Judit, bao was the only option to have something for breakfast, which is similar to European taste. Bao became her favorite food and soon she learnt from local masters, how to prepare it in her home. She experimented with a range of recipes till she finally found her very favorites.
The couple decided to move to Budapest to introduce bao to Hungarians, launching two eateries named BaoBox. Their freshly made baos are now available in many different tastes, and guests can also choose from an array of sauces and salads. Judit notes that ingredients such as meats and vegetables are produced by local farmers while spices are coming from China. Baos do not contain dairy products except the sweet dessert baos. Judit’s plan is to launch gluten free and whole grain baos in the near future.     


Budapest, District 11: Móricz Zsigmond körtér 10.
Budapest, District 3: Kolosy tér 1/A.
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