Little Bao

$ $
Shop H1, Fashion Walk, 9 Kingston St,
+852 2194 0202
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
6:00pm - 12:00am
12:00pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 12:00am
12:00pm - 4:00pm
6:00pm - 10:00pm


  • Ridiculously good, I tried all 4 - Sweet soy pork belly w/ hoisin ketchup, fried chicken w/ Szechuan vinaigrette, fish tempura w/ tamarind sugar glaze and Taiwanese style tempeh w/ truffle mayo.
  • The food was good, but the matre d was a jerk. He rushed the meal after being extremely rude before seating us. He was too quick to clear drinks and food, and he was condescending.
  • No need to queue on weekdays if you get there before 7pm. And this is the must try LB ice cream bao.
  • Pork belly bao & fried chicken in orange glaze and salted egg yolk are to die for!!!
  • The non-Bao dishes are getting better by the week. Def a crowd pleaser, judging from the queues. Come bang on at 6pm or not at all.
  • Spicy fried chicken bao, dont waste time with anything else i'd say. Attack the sides - short rib dumplings and fries especially.
  • Every single dish I ordered were delish : pork belly bao, the green tea condensed milk bao, LB fries, Brussels sprouts, pickled mushroom salad, staff were great. Yah bit pricy but totally worth.....
  • Very good burger and very good service! The waiter even offered to help charge our phone!
  • A bit pricey on such small portion of food. Most of the dishes are deep fired and unhealthy. The worst part is you'll smell like little bao when you get home.
  • They say they are open until midnight, but turned us away at 11pm having already called "last orders". Disinclined to try my luck again as staff were totally unwilling to accommodate us.
  • Lovely small resto. I tried the pork belly bao - divine. The dessert bao is even better. I also tried their fried chicken which was ok. The pan fried dumplings were delish tho. Can order half portions
  • Yum and delicious. Pork belly is a must try for first timers. Slightly over priced though.
  • There are two vegetarian bao options here, including one that had a faux beef patty by Impossible Foods.
  • Truffle fries is a must! Amazing dish. Had the pork belly and crispy chicken and loved it as well.
  • (3/5) The classic Chinese bao with a Western spin on flavors and ingredients, served more like a burger. Sides and sharing dishes are a combination of Western and Eastern fusion, and all enjoyable.
  • The truffle fries are absolutely mouthwatering, fish bao is an amazing combination of sweet and savoury. Avoid peak hours to get seated immediately.
  • Gotta try the classic pork belly bun
  • The porkbelly bao
  • Contemporary bao (buns in Cantonese) by Asian best female chef - May Chow! Bao with Sichuan style chicken is my favorite. Don't miss out on this place if you visit the PMQ next door.
  • Amazing baos and fries. Try the salt ice cream!

Nearby places

35 Aberdeen St (at Hollywood Rd)
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