BesTaste is here! In Pork Asado and Pork Hamonado flavors, the buns will bring you back to the streets of the Philippines. It is steamed bun, made with steamed rice flour with meat filling, Siopao is known as the Cha Siu Bao of the Philippines, slightly altered to fit the Filipino palate dates way back from the 11th century when the Philippines' trade with China started -- long before the Spaniards came. A number of Chinese migrants married Filipino women who have eventually learned how to cook their spouse's favorites and have added a Filipino twist into the recipes. It is now known as a popular part of the menu sold by Chinese entrepreneurs in restaurants and even on the streets.