Small plates of creative Asian fare, plus craft cocktails served in a modern space with a patio.
What is Bao?

(pronounced “bow”)

A soft, Chinese, steamed bun filled with Executive Chef/ Partner Greg Richie’s culinary inspirations. Best eaten like a sandwich or taco

When chef-restaurateur Greg Richie shuttered Cityfish just a year after re-concepting it, we wondered what was up. When he opened Baoery in that space – no offense to Cityfish – we were too busy stuffing our faces with delicious fried-chicken bao and pork-belly ramen to care. Bao, those miniature steamed-bun sandwiches, are the backbone of the menu, but we’re partial to the Asian gastropub twists like “kim-cheese” (kimchi-laced mac & cheese) and hoisin duck tacos.

Baoery is an Asian Gastropub created by Executive Chef/Partner Greg Richie. The menu is a contemporary take on traditional Asian cuisine reimagined as modern American bar food using a progressive a culinary approach.

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East Central Boulevard 617
Orlando 32801 FL US
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