There are no tables inside this small North Miami Chinese bakery, just a display case full of delicious things like curry beef puffs, egg custard tarts, and some of the best barbecue pork buns in Miami. The barbecue pork buns and curry beef puffs should absolutely be coming home with you, but feel free to order anything that looks tasty - chances are it is. Also, this place is super affordable. We left with about seven different baked things and only spent $15.
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