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Reserve Wine Bao

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by Janelle (subscribe)
I like to live life not be a spectator. I love music,dancing, theatre, travelling, food, cycling and walking. Writing is an enjoyable pastime that allows me to share my experiences in the beautiful cities of Sydney and Newcastle
Published April 16th 2016
Update October 10th 2017
The Bao Brothers now have their own eateryhttps://www.weekendnotes.com/bao-brothers-urban-eatery/ and no longer trade out of Reserve.

In the Market for Market Food
Head over to the Reserve Wine Bar on Tuesday evenings for Bao Boys Buns.

Each Bao is $7 or 3 for $18. These steamed Chinese bread rolls are soft pillows folded around delicious flavour combinations. Pork belly, chicken, lamb and mushroom are combined with different sauces and garnishes and given interesting names.

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Innovative & interesting flavour combinations


The Bao Brothers are regulars at Newcastle Farmers Markets, The Olive Tree Markets and the Hunter Gather Markets and have a growing following around Newcastle.

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The photos do not do them justice


It is great to see an inner city venue doing so well on a Tuesday night. Some of the patrons drop in on their way home from work for a quick meal whilst others see it as an excuse for a fun evening. As the buns sell out quickly, people are quick to place their order before getting a drink at the bar.

We are not usually in Newcastle on Tuesday nights but we will be looking out for the Bao Brothers at the markets.
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Why? Try some tasty food on a Tuesday
When: Tuesdays 5pm - 9pm
Phone: 4929 3393
Where: Reserve Wine Bar, 102 Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW
Cost: $7 each or 3 for $18
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