Bun House takes its inspiration from the 1960s Hong Kong tea houses and perfectly fuses British colonial elements with traditional Chinese style and essence. Located in Unit 11 of Boxpark Wembley, this is the ideal place to stop for a bite to eat if you love delicious Chinese food on the go!
With a menu made up of authentic Chinese steamed buns, boa and other traditional dishes from Hong Kong, the team at Bun House has managed to perfectly combine traditional recipes and techniques with modern design, to create a dining experience that is altogether unique.
Including favourites such as pork belly “Pig Buns,” cumin-spiced lamb and the sweet custard bun, you can also get your hands on a number of rice and noodle dishes, as well as the perfect accompanying condiments.
So whether you like it sweet, spicy or both, you're sure to find something you love on the menu at Bun House. Vegetarian options are also available.
Bun House top choices
The menu has been carefully crafted to offer a range of complimentary (and authentically made) steamed buns, rice dishes, noodles and sauces/dips. So if you're finding it hard to choose what to have during your visit, we think the following dishes are certainly worth a try:
Char siu pork belly pig buns
Chicken curry buns
Sweet soy-braised tofu
Glass noodle salad
Chu hou beef brisket rice
History of Bun House
Bun House was started in Soho 2017 by husband and wife team Alex Peffly and Z He. But after needing more space and hoping to serve more street food at festivals and events, the couple branched out in 2019 to a bigger location in China town which enabled them to change their concept. They decided to incorporate their Tea Room as well as the Bun House and they now operate from several sites around London.