Sari Sari Store x Little Bao Pop-Up

Friday, August 23 & Saturday, August 24

Chefs Margarita & Walter Manzke welcome May Chow, Asia’s Best Female Chef 2017 of Hong Kong’s Little Bao to Los Angeles for a 2-day pop-up at Sari Sari Store.

Sari Sari Store x Little Bao Pop-Up
MENU
Fried Mushrooms $6
Szechuan peppercorn oil, chili, lemon 

Brussel Sprouts $9.50
Fish sauce caramel, chili, peanuts, lime 

Shrimp Tacos $12
Fried shrimp wonton, szechuan oil marinated pineapple salsa, homemade avocado sauce

Pork Belly Bao $9.50
Slow-braised pork belly, sesame mayo, hoisin ketchup, shiso leek salad

Fried Chicken Bao $9.50
Chinkiang black vinegar glaze, szechuan peppercorn mayo, coleslaw

Ice Cream Bao $5
Coconut or black sesame ice cream made in collaboration with Chef Margarita Manzke

No reservations required. Please note that the regular Sari Sari Store menu will not be available throughout the pop-up.

CHEF MAY CHOW
With a reputation for creating unexpected flavor twists, mixing fine dining techniques and traditional ingredients, May Chow has garnered a loyal following of diners as well as critical acclaim; being named Asia’s Best Female Chef 2017. Chow burst onto Hong Kong’s foodie scene in 2013 with Little Bao; a hipster haven serving inimitable Chinese burgers. Five years later, diners are still lining up outside for a taste. In 2018, Little Bao expands into a new location in Causeway Bay. Little Bao’s instantly recognizable baby head sign has become a Hong Kong icon, while Chow’s Chinese-American burger invention continues to turn heads and her top-notch drink selections keep tongues wagging.  

In 2017 Chow’s Chinese heritage and American upbringing inspired the opening of Happy Paradise. Here, Chow reinvigorates classic recipes and underappreciated ingredients; forging the future direction of local cuisine without losing any of its original essence. The results are equally satisfying for nostalgic locals as for neophiles seeking out a brand new experience. 

Chow’s success is due to more than her style and creativity; her work is underwritten by dynamic cross-cultural knowhow. Her popularity stems from skill as an innovator – always looking for the next inspiration – and her understanding of what makes diners really tick. 

Grand Central Market,
317 South Broadway,
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Mon – Thu: 11am – 8pm
Fri: 11am – 9pm
Sat: 10am – 9pm
Sun: 10am – 8pm