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Bao Gourmet serves traditional Chinese fare in fast-casual setting

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Server Jiang Zhao and co-owner Alex Liang show off the specialties of the house at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.

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Condiments glow in the afternoon sun at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

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Bao, or buns, are filled with barbecue pork, chicken, sweet beans or vegetables at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

The dining room at Bao Gourmet features warm tones and large windows.

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General Tso's chicken is full of crunchy vegetables and a sweet and spicy sauce at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

General Tso's chicken is full of crunchy vegetables and a sweet and spicy sauce at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

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Bao Gourmet is named for the light steamed buns called bao that this fast-casual eat-in, takeout and delivery restaurant recently added to its already extensive menu. The small strip mall storefront restaurant in Bartlett has just 26 seats but a pleasant, contemporary atmosphere with earth-toned décor.
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    • Server Jiang Zhao and co-owner Alex Liang show off the specialties of the house at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.
    • Condiments glow in the afternoon sun at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.
    • Bao, or buns, are filled with barbecue pork, chicken, sweet beans or vegetables at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.
    • The dining room at Bao Gourmet features warm tones and large windows.
    • General Tso’s chicken is full of crunchy vegetables and a sweet and spicy sauce at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.
    • General Tso's chicken is full of crunchy vegetables and a sweet and spicy sauce at Bao Gourmet in Bartlett.
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