Trendy Hong Kong food
The big attraction here are the “burgers” made with steamed and fried Chinese buns called “bao”. We tried the slow-braised pork belly and Sichuan fried chicken burgers - both are as good as they sound. Little Bao also do twists on comfort food like fried chicken, mac & cheese, truffle fries; the fried chicken is coated in spicy Sichuan sauce, the mac & cheese is made with steamed rice rolls, and the truffle fries are drizzled with Japanese mayonnaise. For dessert, there’s ice cream baos for those with a sweet tooth but the real cherry on top here is the service. We sat at the bar and the friendly staff guided us through the menu and made sure our glasses were always full. Little Bao exceeded our expectations on every level. It’s trendy, fun, modern and a real Hong Kong experience.
Little Bao's take on truffle fries is unusual and delicious, as well as their spicy fried chicken (on its own or in a bao), and anything on the specials board.
Little Bao mentions around the internet
"We had LB Fries tossed with roasted tomato sambal, kewpie mayo and cilantro was addictive; and Orange Chicken screamed for a second helping" ...Full review at Daniel Food Diary
"She takes proverbial Asian favorites to a whole ‘nother level, turning the mundane into something CRAY with a contemporary approach that is easy to relate to and appreciate" ...Full review at That Food Cray
"the pork belly bao was everything I had dreamt about over the past year… and more. The pork had the perfect balance of meat and fat, laced in a gorgeous sesame dressing and a sweet hoisin sauce, topped with leek and shiso red onion salad" ...Full review at The Dim Sum Diaries