Happy Paradise Reopens, This Time With A Little Bao Pop-Up Concept
Since its closure during summer 2019, Little Bao’s original branch has been transformed into a virtual establishment offering take away option to the Central-Sheung Wan neighborhood. This month, the all-day diner concept is being revived in the form of a four-day pop-up at Happy Paradise, which closed at the tail end of 2019 to become a for-hire dining and events space.
Starting from May 22, 2020, May Chow will kick off the ‘Long Weekends’ pop-up series at Happy Paradise, May Chow’s neo-Chinese bistro in Soho district. The pop-up series will run weekly from Thursdays to Sundays each week, featuring a collection of off-menu specials such as Chicken Caviar (Sichuan fried chicken bites, with labneh and salmon roe); drunken clam noodles (with Shaoxing butter and chives); and 48-hour short rib bao. Little Bao’s signature dishes will make a return available for pre-ordering. Dishes such as whole yellow wine chicken with oyster mushroom fried rice, shiitake broth, and chrysanthemum; XL charsiu rice (Iberico roasted pork, silky egg whites and soy-yolk glaze), and tomahawk steak rice noodles (with seaweed butter and preserved lemons)
Little Bao’s Long Weekends pop-up at Happy Paradise runs every Thursday to Sunday, starting from Friday, May 22, 2020 during dinner from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm, with lunch option available on weekends from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Reservations are mandatory online at Seven Rooms or through the restaurant’s Whatsapp enquiry account +852 6794 8414.