Taiwanese, Asian
$ $
238 E 14th St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(646) 669-8889
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 3:00am
11:30am - 3:00am
11:30am - 11:00pm



  • The Birdhaus Bao is juicy and delicious, made with all-natural fried chicken brined overnight. The Chairman Bao, most popular, is served with cilantro, Haus Relish and Taiwanese red sugar.
  • Try the Haus Bao ($3.50), endowing Creekstone beef cheek with the flavors of a classic Taiwanese street snack, it's especially tasty.
  • Just get one of each. Oh and the Bao fries.
  • Hip-hop and Asian food are a match made in heaven.
  • Most will go straight for the classic Chairman Bao (pork belly) or the obviously tasty Birdhaus (fried chicken). But do not sleep on the Broccolino (tempura broccoli). Extremely good.
  • Birdhaus is out of control - best fried chicken ever. And get the sweet bao fries.
  • You can't go wrong with anything on their menu. Everything is delicious. Special all week long, any 3 baos and fries for $15. The green tea with sugar cane is a very refreshing compliment.
  • Come for the zip, stay for the double cup (courtesy of Juicy J and 2chainz)
  • Miss their old location in lower east side!
  • Eddie of BaoHaus is 2nd Generation, American-Born Taiwanese. #Immigrant-owned
  • Try everything! The chairman bao has such tender meat and the oyster bao has a huge juicy oyster which is just amazing
  • Some of the best and most creative bao buns you'll ever have. Why choose one when you can try all?!
  • Had really high expectations! The pork was the best, the others were not bad but not what I thought
  • Birdhaus bao is an AWESOME snack!
  • If you're feeling brave enough, try the "coffin bao" - fried bao stuffed with fried chicken topped with condensed milk syrup and crushed peanut.
  • if you just want a plain bun -- it's only $0.25 each!!
  • Mayor recommended dinner for one: Chairman Bao, Birdhaus Bao, Haus Bao, sweet bao fries + your drink of choice. Delish.
  • If you've never been to Taiwan and tried gua baos, don't worry because this is better! Chef Eddie Huang has turned the traditional bao into a NYC staple that we just cannot resist.
  • Get the birdhaus.
  • Get the broccolino bao if your vegetarian.

Nearby places

251 E 13th St (at 2nd Ave)
321 E 14th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
222 E 14th St (btwn 2nd Ave & 3rd Ave)