Find Your Buns of Happiness at Kukusan Steamed Buns

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Find Your Buns of Happiness at Kukusan Steamed Buns

Kukusan Steamed Buns is a well-known restaurant to go for its fluffy and light steamed buns alongside a catchy list of other Asian Street Food menu. On the menu, the famous steamed buns have many innovative fusion fillings such as Chinese BBQ Marinated Chicken, Seared Fish, Korean Style Spicy Chicken, Beef Rendang and they even serve Sweet buns filled with either caramelized pineapple or banana with whipped cream. The amazing taste of its buns come with a presentation that is so stylish and instagramable!

Besides bao buns, Kukusan serves many other distinguished Asian flavours, starting with Citrus Prawn Salad, Thai Fried Rice, Chicken Rice Burger, Japanese Ramen, Spicy Korean Ramen, and Singaporean Fried Noodles. Also don’t forget to taste a small bite inspired by Asian street food like Yakitori, Vegetarian Gyoza, and Thai Fried Spring Rolls. On the drinks side, they created the fresh rantang drinks that are uniquely served in tiffins carrier or tin container to keep them cool, it comes in a simple refreshing selection of flavours like Lychee & Friends, Tropical Fruit and Citrus Gang.

Level 21 Mall Jalan Teuku Umar #1, Denpasar

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