14 Buns You Need to Try at a Chinese Bakery

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  • Stanley Su
    Stanley Su 6 days ago

    For the coconut cream bun, if you put it on a fridge, it'll be delicious, because the cream had hardened.

  • Nina Cookie
    Nina Cookie 9 days ago

    i tried the first one in slovenia once (it's with burek very popular in slovenian bakeries

    • Nina Cookie
      Nina Cookie 9 days ago

      i love it and we got it every day im our vacation

  • Tony Lee
    Tony Lee 10 days ago

    I am a Chinese born American and I think I am lactose intolerance and never liked sweet. So I always stayed away from Asian bakery products because they used condensed milk on everything. I was surprised that you could eat a lot of it.

  • WeedSuperMan
    WeedSuperMan 17 days ago

    aaah, et pølsehorn? Det er sku ikke noget nyt

  • PockyFiend
    PockyFiend 23 days ago

    The sad thing about the Chinese food scene where I live (Carbondale, Ill), is that none of the Chinese places in town serve pork buns. If you want pork buns, you've got to get the frozen kind from Kroger or International Groceries.

  • Michelle Nieto
    Michelle Nieto 24 days ago

    we appreciate your sacrifice mike

  • Pam Iles
    Pam Iles 29 days ago

    Chines Bun tour was a riot! We have several Chinese Bakeries here and I am afraid to go in because I will never come out!! Your so right about the Sesame Red bean paste balls--Can't just eat one! Taro sucks!

  • Nedward Jordan
    Nedward Jordan 1 month ago

    can you show us how to make the tuna, sesame, and pork floss bun? I found pork floss,and egg tart recipes and though I don't like fish or meat my son will greatly enjoy these buns!

  • Nedward Jordan
    Nedward Jordan 1 month ago

    I think that it's great that you eat so much. you have a great physique. [please don't be grossed out by that, contrary to my name, I am not a man!]

  • wierd gamer
    wierd gamer 1 month ago

    All the bread need is......

    Hot sauce

  • Kiara Kitsune
    Kiara Kitsune 1 month ago

    In germany, we also have Buns with sausage inside

  • Tiffanie Moy
    Tiffanie Moy 1 month ago

    I haven't had Chinese bun for some time

  • Safura Atan
    Safura Atan 1 month ago

    I don't like taro either! haha

  • Steve O
    Steve O 1 month ago

    That thing with the hot dog in it looks like something Nagisa's mom would make.

  • Julia Z
    Julia Z 1 month ago

    OMG! I've finally found another person who doesn't like taro.

  • Rainbow Panda says
    Rainbow Panda says 1 month ago

    There is no Chinese bakery in my town. My life is sad now.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 1 month ago

    We use to have a Chinese bakery in town. I liked their roast pork buns and melon buns. I visited a Japanese bakery in Chicago and I liked their curry buns and bacon stuffed french bread.

  • Cay Cthulhu
    Cay Cthulhu 1 month ago

    The first ones reminds me of a kolache.

  • Shan Longg
    Shan Longg 1 month ago

    mmmm fried mochi bun

  • Dee Cee
    Dee Cee 1 month ago

    I'm Asian and I grew up with all these buns. Hotdog, Pork Floss, Curry Potatoes, Char Siew, etc. I love them all!

  • magicswallow
    magicswallow 1 month ago

    these are the basic chinese bread. there are lots of better variations and fusions that are much better imo.

  • snapeyaoilover
    snapeyaoilover 1 month ago

    Actually if I'm not mistaken, taro is basically yam, but I could be wrong

  • 吳慧怡
    吳慧怡 1 month ago

    As a Taiwanese, I really like to eat pineapple bun and pork floss bun. I prefer going to the local bakery.

  • Christian Alvarez
    Christian Alvarez 1 month ago

    7:40 is called shopao in the Philippines but it usually is steamed.

  • Leo Lu
    Leo Lu 1 month ago

    So this is the basic rule at Chinese bakeries: The more unhealthy, the better

  • Karsten Ngai-Natsuhara

    Huh. I've got a Chinese bakery at my local mall, and I ordered like 9 buns for a long weekend. I didn't like the tuna bun they had, but man, was that a fun weekend

  • DDG LivesWell
    DDG LivesWell 2 months ago

    I've never eaten at a Chinese Bakery.
    Mikey when I come to to NY. I will follow you, Dan and Yi anywhere. The food looks unbelievable and hanging out with you guys would be soooo fun.

  • J Huang
    J Huang 2 months ago

    If you're in Japan next time, look for bakeries that allow for all you can eat on site. Chinese bakeries got its influence from Hong Kong and Japan too.

  • Da 0-0 Dart Monkey
    Da 0-0 Dart Monkey 2 months ago

    but everything has "fat"

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  • Jennifer Joni Jaffery
    Jennifer Joni Jaffery 2 months ago

    Seriously, love the way u talk coz u maintain such a poker face, ppl an actually believe whatever u say man! And has anyone ever told u that you look like Jackie Chan!!

  • Mistylilac Misty
    Mistylilac Misty 2 months ago

    Ohhhhh, I luv taro in everything!!!!!!!! & pandan waffles sold in Asian dessert boba places.

  • Sarina P
    Sarina P 2 months ago

    Mike, with how much you come here to Las Vegas, have you been to Diamond Bakery in Chinatown? After watching this video I think you need to.

  • sushiboats
    sushiboats 2 months ago

    I am so hungry.....

  • xShadowGengarx
    xShadowGengarx 2 months ago

    ball-tastic lol

  • Orange Fender
    Orange Fender 2 months ago

    Growing up in Manhattan china town as a kid, after school would always go and get a taro bun :) funny to see this on the internet. Thinking back to my childhood when no one knew about this stuff besides Chinese people because there was no world wide web in 1989.

  • Chimpangel
    Chimpangel 2 months ago

    I like the two roast pork bun, coconut bun, and egg tarts.

  • Dean Flet
    Dean Flet 2 months ago

    Sesame ball is mine then the white bun with pork but my brother in law knows of a place in China Town in San Francisco CA that has white bun fill with sweet red beans in it and I like those as well. I like drinking hot Jasmine Tea when eating Sesame Ball and the White Buns with Sweet Red Beans yeah yum yum.🍵🍩🍰🍜🍛🍲☕

  • cfriedel123
    cfriedel123 3 months ago

    I was with you until the red bean filling. I have tried it in China, Japan, China Town in NYC, and Toronto. In all places I have never been able to eat a whole cookie, bun, or anything else with red bean paste in it. Am I doing it wrong or is it just one of those things you love or hate?

  • Christina Walker
    Christina Walker 3 months ago

    a hotdog in a bun is a kolache

  • Abi Macatangay
    Abi Macatangay 3 months ago

    Filipinos love the roast pork bun (siopao), sesame Michu round bun & the pork floss bun💕

  • momkatmax
    momkatmax 3 months ago

    Okay alert all kitties about the tuna bun! Sounds good for humans too.
    Are the sweet ones not sugary sweet like Japanese pastry?

  • izumi koma
    izumi koma 3 months ago

    what is that sweet potato like Mike did not like? I cannot get that word right lol Teril, what?? lol

  • Brighton Vlogger
    Brighton Vlogger 3 months ago


  • Brighton Vlogger
    Brighton Vlogger 3 months ago

    Hot dogs yum yum!

  • Brighton Vlogger
    Brighton Vlogger 3 months ago

    Oh yummy!

  • Rebecca Chen
    Rebecca Chen 3 months ago

    i hate egg tarts but i love almost all of the rest of the buns

  • Seb Gui
    Seb Gui 3 months ago

    i tried the hotdogs onces

  • Sand 22
    Sand 22 3 months ago

    I can see Mike having arguement with terro about its identity

  • kumquats
    kumquats 3 months ago

    I also like the bun with the ham and egg in and my mum's favourite is the Gai Mai Bau

  • Cherry Nguyen
    Cherry Nguyen 3 months ago

    I love the sesame bun so much, but I have the viet version where it's mung bean and it's really small. Like if you put your thumb and index finger in a circle shape it's about that big ¯\_(✿• ͜ •)_/¯

  • Sue Jiang
    Sue Jiang 3 months ago

    i don't know if this is a common bun or not since it's been a while since i've stepped foot in a chinese bakery but everyone has to try the tall muffin-like bun with a few sliced almonds on top. it is fluffy goodness!

  • SM JF
    SM JF 3 months ago

    You should do a mukbang!!!!

  • katherine louey
    katherine louey 3 months ago

    mike, you're so awesome! thanks for sharing this video :)

  • Eason Dong
    Eason Dong 3 months ago

    I love the "pineapple" bun I just ate two of them for lunch

  • oohstepp
    oohstepp 3 months ago

    I've eaten almost all those at my local bakery

  • Inevitable fitness
    Inevitable fitness 3 months ago

    yum!!! I wanna try them!!! idk if I would like them all but I would try them! I made pretzel buns with bbq baby back ribs inside and they were amazing!

  • artytoons
    artytoons 3 months ago

    Carb overload. Creamed corn bun is nice. Not cornbread but cooked corn kernels on top of the bun. Like hotdog bun and coconut cream bun.

  • Maimuna Babou
    Maimuna Babou 3 months ago

    taro is a stable in a lot of African culture.. AMERICANGRYL❤👉mamaAfrica

  • Maimuna Babou
    Maimuna Babou 3 months ago

    meant to say.. like heart and other bits and pieces of the animal to create unhealthy foods..

  • Maimuna Babou
    Maimuna Babou 3 months ago

    hot dogs??? yuck Mike!!!! full of sodium and animal parts lime heart,fat, liver, kidney just everything unhealthy to create that crap!! AMERICANGRYL❤👉mamaAfrica

  • Setsuki the Ninja
    Setsuki the Ninja 4 months ago

    Those dislikes… I have a feeling that those are just Asian haters lmao

  • L D
    L D 4 months ago

    I went to a chinese bakery in manhattan's china town the week of Chinese New Year and it was so full and no one spoke english so i just pointed at the pineapple buns and they were DELICIOUS and warm. If it hadn't been so busy and chaotic i would have looked around for other things to try but the pineapple bun is amazing, so so amazing, love the coating on top, the color, and how soft the bread is. Love this video for introducing me to more things i can order next time i go to a chinese bakery. You're a cool guy Mikey.

  • Miriam Hernandez
    Miriam Hernandez 4 months ago

    The bun and the hotdog here in Texas is called a kolache and it's given warm.

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  • apple sauce
    apple sauce 4 months ago

    i do not recommend the sesame balls because it doesnt always have filling and i dont like red bean. the pork buns are the best tho.

    ᎦᎮᎯᎡᏦᏃ 4 months ago

    But the butter momon

  • Christopher Harrison Dipl. Ac., L. Ac.

    If you knew how the pork floss is made you would it like the plague

  • Inge Wenzel
    Inge Wenzel 4 months ago

    😂 hahaha...love your comments: (what are you staring at?) "to me its just breakfast"....Im always so enjoying the comments in the videos (and the food!) thanks! (you don't finish the whole plate right?)

  • Rossana Pérez
    Rossana Pérez 4 months ago

    8:30 Ocumo chino! xD

  • James Jen
    James Jen 4 months ago

    don't like taro buns? WTF

  • Ernestine Blackie
    Ernestine Blackie 4 months ago

    love egg tart in Hong Kong women's market .can't seem to find the same taste in UK.definetly the best.dont eat pork but saw some of the items you mentioned.

  • telephonesrule
    telephonesrule 4 months ago

    Can you type out the chinese names for each bun in the annotations? There's a chinese bakery an hour from me, but I never know what is what.

  • Panagiotes Koutelidakes

    I wouldn't have thought of that, but while it might appear weird to some other nations, the first two buns are common items in Greece as well (the term we use for all such buns filled with sausage is "λουκανικόπιτα" — literally "sausage pie").

  • Bagus Widodo
    Bagus Widodo 4 months ago

    onde onde

  • supercoletg Gaming,Football videos and more

    Number 1 is EXACTLY like an Arabic sausage roll just more unhealthy.

  • supercoletg Gaming,Football videos and more

    Number 1 is EXACTLY like an Arabic sausage roll just more unhealthy.

  • Cadence Poetica
    Cadence Poetica 4 months ago

    Pork floss bun YAAASSS!! love me some pork floss. We have a lot of these buns at a chain in Australia called Breadtop. I am also a fan of the hot dog. :D

  • Allissa Khilmer
    Allissa Khilmer 4 months ago

    Why don't you put the address in the description like other videos do?

  • Solitary Snakez
    Solitary Snakez 4 months ago

    Is it weird I like buns without any filling?

  • Futurescped
    Futurescped 4 months ago

    3:11 paused went got 6 donuts now im back

  • Amalie Laugesen
    Amalie Laugesen 5 months ago

    The fist one is a pølsehorn

  • clemontinediva
    clemontinediva 5 months ago

    What bakery is this? Based on the look of the tuna bun, I'm guessing Iris in Flushing? I only noticed the tuna bun recently, it looks so good but I wasn't sure about the tuna, but you've convinced me to try it on my next trip to Flushing. Personally, I can't leave Flushing without a hot dog bun (luckily I'm only there every 2-4 months!).

  • Reinier Dominic
    Reinier Dominic 5 months ago

    Pork floss hahahaha 😂😂😂

  • JohnReviewer112
    JohnReviewer112 5 months ago

    I LOVE the white roast pork buns

  • neatkitten
    neatkitten 5 months ago

    Can't you get a cheese bun? With no meat in it?

  • Banane Salée
    Banane Salée 5 months ago

    How can you stay fit with all you eat

    • Crimson Dragoon
      Crimson Dragoon 5 months ago

      That's a classified secret of the Asian kind on a whole

  • Catherina F.
    Catherina F. 5 months ago

    That sesame bun is life...for my birthday my friend, who knows my addiction to these, gave me two of them instead of birthday cake XD I did NOT complain!

  • Marcus
    Marcus 5 months ago

    I feel ashamed now knowing that I'm chinese, I live in vancouver (lots of chinese people there), and I don't even recognize half of these buns.

    Also, I think it's called Pineapple bun (Balo Bao, or something), because the top sort of resembles a pineapple.

  • Mendra
    Mendra 5 months ago

    He eat for us people!!! xD
    Keep claim and feel full.

  • Rachelle de la Rosa
    Rachelle de la Rosa 5 months ago

    my mom and dad always used to bring me those hot dog things from argyle in chicago and i would like 10 at a time

  • Jalexie Lu
    Jalexie Lu 5 months ago

    Pork floss with a little bit of seaweed on a bun is amazing! A few Chinese bakeries i went to had the pork floss buns with a sprinkle of seaweed

  • Kyle Kozai
    Kyle Kozai 5 months ago

    I'm from Hawai and one thing. I can say is I understand the fact you don't like Taro. It's an item of food that takes getting used too. It's not really a potato more like the root and leaf and you grind it into a paste. Some people would let it ferment a bit and it would become sour which is a favorite of those who stick to traditional Hawaiian food. The pork buns here we call Manapuas. Basically charshu pork in a steamed or fried Chinese sweet bun. There aren't too bad but it just depends on where you get them honestly

  • JokeBG
    JokeBG 5 months ago

    The firs bun you tried is one of the many traditional bulgarian buns and here it is called "Marusia" or "Маруся" in bulgarian. It is very interesting how two completely different cultures came up with the same idea :D.

  • Charles Tai
    Charles Tai 5 months ago

    Have you tried the cha chiu bun from Mei Lai Wah in chinatown? They made the best in NY, but that was 20 years ago when I used to go there. Would be a line outside just to buy them.

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