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Mar 28, 2011 02:31 PM

Hom Bow?

I love Meesum Pastry in the Market . . . is this the best Hom Bow in the city?

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  1. When's the best time to go for hom bow?
    Every time I seem to go, usually weekends, they're out.

    1. It may well be. I certainly can't think of any hom bow that I like better.

      1. Baked, yes. For steamed, I prefer Tai Tung. I would not get anything else there, but their steamed bow are the best that I've had in the city. For the most part, the only other bow that I've found are served on dim sum carts. The Tai Tung version is about twice the size of the average cart sized bow.

        Tai Tung Restaurant
        655 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104

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        1. re: BallardFoodie

          Unfortunately, Tai Tung discontinued this a while back. Another taste from my childhood left to my memory.

        2. many thanks.

          dave_c: I've never had a problem getting hom bow from them. If they run out, they usually have another batch about ready to come out of the oven. I usually get there before noon on the weekends, though.

          1. Jade Garden. Yum bow!

            Jade Garden Restaurant
            7th S King S, Seattle, WA 98101