Beijing: Bao is a Chinese word for bread and has been a staple of Chinese cuisine since the 12th century.
Nowadays, there are over 5,000 bao restaurants around the world.
But it’s not all bao in Beijing.
There are also more than 40,000 street food stalls and bao street vendors scattered throughout the city.
Some of the most popular bao markets in Beijing include: Bao Street Market: Bao street is the unofficial street food market of the Chinese capital.
It’s a popular stop for tourists, especially from the US and Europe, to stock up on fresh bao and other food.
It has an extensive selection of bao dishes, such as Fried Chicken Bao, Chinese Fried Beef Bao and Chinese Vegetables Bao.
Bao street has even hosted a number of Chinese pop-up markets, including a Chinese restaurant called Boom Bao in the former Soviet Union.
Bing Bao: The second biggest bao market in Beijing is Bing Bao (香离), which has grown exponentially since the early 1990s.
Baos are usually prepared in a large metal container called a bao, which is usually covered with an ice cream wrapper and usually topped with fresh fruit.
Bao has been an important part of Chinese culture for thousands of years, and is an important symbol of the country’s transition to capitalism.
Teng Fong Bao Market: Teng Fongs Bao are a staple in Beijing and other Chinese cities.
They’re usually made of flour, water, soy sauce and sugar, with a mix of spices like ginger and garlic, and usually contain pork, chicken, beef and other meat.
Baos are a major part of Beijing’s Chinese traditional food.
Chungking Express: There are two main forms of teng fong bao.
One is made with rice flour and the other is made by adding soy sauce to the flour.
The traditional teng fuong baos are sold in tengfu (traditional) markets in Hong Kong, Macau, Shenzhen and Shanghai, while the new version is made from soy sauce instead.
Chungfeng Tengfu Bao Factory: Tengfeng (至负) is a type of baos made from rice flour.
It has a slightly different flavour profile from tengfong, and has a lot of added sugar and soy sauce.
It is traditionally served at tengfaifeng market in Guangdong province.
Dumpling Bao Restaurant: Dummy baos is a kind of bawai (音賢) or street food.
It consists of a variety of vegetables and meat that is mixed together, usually with soy sauce or honey.
It can also be served as a sandwich, and its main purpose is to fill up on the gourmets and snacks served in the markets.
KungFu Restaurant: Kungfu is a traditional street food that is served at various markets throughout China.
It comes in many different forms, including fried chicken, pork and fish.
Kungfu has a very rich and distinctive flavor, and often has a sweet and salty note.
It usually contains a number on the bottom, where the food would normally be placed.
Kongseng Bao Marketplace: Kongsen (華炮) is one of the oldest street food markets in China.
This market has a very large collection of items, including many kinds of seafood, such fish and shellfish.
Kongen is often the first stop for people in Beijing to eat street food, and it’s also the largest bao district in the country.
Tong Fong Market:Tongfu (起贞) is the main street food in the city, and Dongguan is the largest street food area in Beijing, containing more than 200 stalls.
It also hosts a number street food restaurants.
Tongfong is usually made with tofu, egg, and fish, but the markets also host a number bao stalls.
Tofu baos usually come with sweet and spicy soy sauce, but sometimes the vendors also offer pork and chicken with added soy sauce on top.
Tongseng is usually sold as a meat substitute.
The main thing to note about bao is that it’s very much a national dish, and people from all walks of life are welcome to try it.
The most popular street food is the fried chicken bao (質鸡), and the pork and chicken baos (荒苹) are also popular, as are the fried chicken bao (深茶), tongfu baos and Kongsun bao.(Photo source: Business Insider)