Dim Sum Sampler at Mean Bao with Toronto Common

Mean Bao is hosting a dim sum sampler event with Toronto Common every Monday in August to introduce their new "Dai Pai Dong" dinner service.

Try a selection of their freshly prepared dim sum dishes for $12 tax & tip included with meat or vegan/vegetarian option!

Meat Eaters each get...

Pork Belly Bao with cucumber, red pepper, pickled daikon & carrots, black sugar, peanuts & cilantro

Dim Sum Sampler with:

Pork & Shrimp Siu Mai

Pork Dumplings with Red Cabbage

Shrimp Dumpling

Pork & Shrimp Dumpling

Sichuan Eggplant

Lotus Leaf Wrapped Sticky Quinoa with Chicken & Chinese Sausage

House-made dairy-free ice pop! Available in Lychee Coconut or Peanut Butter Banana

Vegans/Vegetarians each get...

Tofu and Enoki Mushroom in Peanut Sauce Bao with cucumber, red pepper, pickled daikon & carrots, black sugar, peanuts & cilantro

"Tofu Pockets" stuffed with Shiitake Mushrooms

Sichuan Eggplant

Steamed Market Greens

House-made dairy-free ice pop! Available in Lychee Coconut or Peanut Butter Banana

Mean Bao is not your typical food experience. Quality ingredients, delicate, freshly Chinese dim sum prepared from scratch, with their own unique flare in a food court?

With a love for Taiwanese & Hong Kong street style food, Mean Bao knows good food doesn't always require fancy linen. Their new "Dai Pai Dong" dinner, inspired by similar pop-up style dinner stalls operated in Hong Kong, offers flavourful, quality food at everyday prices in a casual atmosphere at the Village by the Grange on Dundas.

A family business that spans generations, with a dim sum chef uncle, a chef uncle, passing on their trade secrets to a new generation looking to innovate and experiment, Mean Bao mixes cuisines, ambience, and generations with their own unique style.

All tickets must be purchased online before 11pm Sunday, August 3rd, 2014.

No tickets will be available at the door.

Minimum attendance: 4 people

Maximum attendance: 10 people

Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.

Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and food cannot be shared.

This is a communal event, guests will be seated with other guests.