In 3 days [VIC] Bao $1ea (Normally $2.70) @ Wonderbao (Melbourne, 20/7 11am-4pm)

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When you need a quick bite on a budget, baos are hard to beat. When they’re only $1, it’s hard to say no. That’s what Wonderbao will be serving when it celebrates its seventh birthday – and 10,000 followers on Instagram – on July 20.

It’ll be dropping the price of four traditional bao varieties – char siu (barbeque pork), choi (shiitake mushroom, tofu and vegies), nai wong (egg custard) and taro – to just $1. (All other menu items will be available the regular retail price.) Customers can order as many $1 baos as they like, as long as they visit between 11am and 4pm.

Shop 4 19-37 A'Beckett Street Melbourne

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    tiny shop, slow service at the best of times… good luck waiting in line with 100 others for (admittedly delicious) gua bao

  • +1 vote

    FYI you can get $1 bao through eatclub.

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      Do you know if the EatClub deal is limited to 1 bao/person?

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      I think it's only for new users

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      Is it just 1 $1 bao or unlimited?

      I booked through EatClub and went to this shop only to find them closed. Was a lot of hassle messing around with parking etc.

      I certainly wouldn't bother with this.

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    Either the title is wrong or the Wonderbao website is wrong. Their menu lists these at $2.20 each (not $2.70): http://www.wonderbaokitchen.com.au/#menu

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    Was staying in the QV apartments in Melbourne CBD, visiting from QLD. Was looking for somewhere nearby that was selling braised pork belly bao. Google sent me to Wonderbao. Took a while to find the place cause of the enormous Metro building works, but when I eventually found my way around to the RMIT bball courts and then found the shop, I was in pork belly heaven. Shame the pork belly bao arent $1 in this deal, but I am back in QLD, so I cant get that porky goodness anyways. Eat a few of these for me Ozbargainers.

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    Wow $2.70 for a bao? We pay $6-8 for admittedly delicious ones on the Gold Coast. At the full price I'd be all over these, at $1 you'd have to roll me out of there.