– Vegetables including pickles, fresh cucumber and Thai basil.
– BBQ Pork meat (Hoisin – chili sauce) /Teriyaki chicken (teriyaki sauce)/
Tofu & mushroom (vegans) .
– Topping: rucola mix, fried onion.
Gua bao (traditional Chinese: 割包; simplified Chinese: 刈包; pinyin: guàbāo; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: koah-pau; literally: ‘cut bread’), also known as pork belly buns, ambiguously, bao, or erroneously as the bao bun (“bao” means “bun” so the translated name “bun bun” is redundant and “bao” in the Chinese language without any qualifiers is generally used to refer to baozi) is a type of lotus leaf bun (he ye bao) from Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian province, with similar variants found elsewhere with sizeable Fuzhounese communities. It is a popular street food in Taiwan which has led to the popular misconception that the gua bao is Taiwanese in origin.