Tatler / The Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes in Hong Kong

Hong Kong may not be known as the most dog-friendly city in the world, but there are now an increasing number of restaurants and cafes that welcome both you and your four-legged friends. For those that want to keep their dog in tow–but aren't prepared to sacrifice quality eats––here is a list of our top spots offering the best of both worlds. From cool cafes to Instagrammable bars, seaside spots and more, here are the best dog-friendly restaurants in Hong Kong.

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Gafencu / Little Bao founder May Chow shares her recipe for success

May Chow is heating things up in the kitchen and inspiring Hong Kong’s youth to dream big and break the glass ceiling both inside and outside the food and beverage sector…

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The New York Times / 36 Hours in Hong Kong

Justin Bergman stops by Little Bao in his visit to Hong Kong

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Forbes / Designer Street Food: Reinvented Baos Are Capturing Younger Audiences

Keshia Hannam features Little Bao in her rundown of the latest F&B trends in Asia

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Huffington Post / London Foodie Update: Little Bao at Soho Kitchen and Bar

The traditional Chinese steamed buns, filled with a variety of ingredients, have popped up for a special week at Soho Kitchen & Bar. Chef and creator of Little Bao, May Chow, has brought her burger-style steamed buns all the way from Hong Kong where they've earned quite a following.

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Flight Centre / 72 Hours In Hong Kong: Little Bao

When in Hong Kong, you’ve got to visit Little Bao for an Asian spin on the classic burger. Think grass-fed organic beef, slow-braised pork belly, Szechuan fried chicken on a Chinese-style bun. For sides? The ‘truffle’ fries and rice noodle ‘mac & cheese’ will blow your mind.

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SCMP / Interview: Hong Kong chef May Chow on Parisian food shows

The Canadian-raised owner of Little Bao, in Central, talks about to Bernice Chan taking part in the recent Omnivore show in Paris, and being punished at school in Hong Kong for her inability to write Chinese

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Gourmet Traveller / Hong Kong dining now

Long one of the world’s great dining capitals, Hong Kong has shifted into overdrive, with more – and better – restaurants opening faster than ever before. Pat Nourse test-drives the best of the latest.

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