|The bao in all its glory.|
|At the back are N and W's classic BBQ pork bao and at the front is W's almighty braised pork belly gua bao.|
In Melbourne style, Wonderbao manages to be known as a hard to find secret but always be crowded. Hidden down a corridor off A'Beckett Street (behind RMIT) you can find this small cafe. The concept is pretty simple. You line up and order some bao from the short but sweet list available. Don't let the line deter you; the system works to get customers ordering and eating as quickly as possible.
|A mouthwatering peak into the BBQ pork bao.|
|Shiitake mushroom and tofu bao, a vegetarian's dream. Both me and C scoffed these down without taking a breath.|
Vegetarians are not forgotten at Wonderbao, with two tasty bao varieties: shiitake and tofu and the sweet taro bau, as well as an extravagant gua bao, filled with fried silky tofu and delectable vegetables and sauce - a must try for every tofu lover out there.
Wonderbao is the perfect place to spend all of your leftover poo change, providing a cheap and delicious lunchtime alternative. You only need to eat two of these delicious baos to be a full and happy customer.
Mon - Fri: 8am to 6pm
Saturday: 11am to 4pm