Hole in the Wall knows how to make a food kiosk a destination, and they do just that with the latest Lowbrow concept, Famry. The tongue-in-cheek name that pokes fun at Chinglish (It’s okay! The owner is Chinese!), Famry offers a tight menu of home-cooked Taiwanese food that takes on a creative twist, each highly accessible to the local palate.
While we are fans of everything on the menu, we insist on ordering the bunplings, or the shenjiaobao (think siopao meets xiao long bao), on every visit.