That honor may well go to the newly opened Ho Ho Fu BBQ Dimsum in Chinatown. I had a regular sized order of beef cheung fun and an order of three baked chashu bao (large bakery sized buns, not the small sit down restaurant sized buns) and my total bill was $2.87, tax included. Now granted this was after the grand opening discount (10 percent, I believe). But the stated tariff for the 3 large buns is $1.49 (same price for all of the "small" dishes such as ha gow, siu mai, steamed bao, and even chicken feet), while the cheung fun varieties normally go for $1.69. Oh--and the food itself. Well it's not Sea Harbour, but it's definitely worth the price. Indeed the baked bbq pork buns were as tasty as they come, though perhaps a little bit sweeter (bun and filling) than we're normally used to. Ho Ho Fu is at 420 Ord St.