The Chinese street food is popping up at restaurants and carts from coast to coast
Meet the bing.
This common dish in China is typically eaten at breakfast. But in the U.S., a growing number of bing concepts are popping up, offering customers a hand-held meal that works across all dayparts.
These concepts are also developing with flexible formats, from bicycle-driven street carts to food halls and brick-and-mortar restaurants.
Get to know the bing concepts popping up across the country.
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