Taiwanese baos and bowls from chef, author and director Eddie Huang
Eddie Huang is an American author, director, and chef whose impact on American food culture was cemented with the launch of Baohaus in 2009. Opening in New York's East Village, Baohaus quickly grew a cult following and lay the cultural and culinary groundwork for future Taiwanese restaurants in the city.
In the decade since, Eddie has published a best-selling memoir 'Fresh Off the Boat' - which was turned into a six-season scripted show for ABC - hosted shows on MTV and Vice, and written and directed the coming-of-age movie, Boogie.
We have the exclusive rights to serve Baohaus in the UK offering a menu of Taiwanese buns, bowls, salads and wings.
Baohaus’ Eddie Huang explains his love of and commitment to mastering Taiwanese beef noodle soup, a dish he learnt from his mother and one that requires only three ingredients: time, patience and just a smattering of rule-breaking.Read Article
On the Table Talk podcast, Eddie tells Liv and Lara about his early memories of cooking with his mother, how to make the perfect fried rice, and the process of setting up his acclaimed restaurant Baohaus.Read Article
Over a fragrant bowl of Taiwanese stew and rice, Kate Ng and Eddie Huang discuss Baohaus’ legacy in New York, its future at Neighbourhood in London, and what it means to have a visionRead Article
Monica Lillis asks food entrepreneur and comedian Eddie Huang about his restaurant Baohaus and its new pop-up in LondonRead Article
Ever wondered how to make the perfect bao bun? Time Out met up with Eddie Huang, the co-owner of BaoHaus, to learn about his connection to the food and how how to make the perfect bun in under 15 secondsRead Article
The high-profile cultural commentator, filmmaker and chef on St John, his VICE food documentary series Huang’s World and bringing his BAOHAUS brand to the UK.Read Article