Renowned local chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette have been busy expanding their restaurant empire to locales as near as New York City and as far-flung as Thailand in recent years. For Boston area diners, however, all that globe-trotting seems to have paid dividends. The duo’s latest concept, Little Donkey, not only reflects the influences of all that travel, but also the multicultural nature of the Central Square neighborhood in which it is situated. At Little Donkey, small plates of globally inspired food—think Parker House rolls filled with yellow chives and Chinese sausage, matzo ball ramen and octopus a la plancha—are served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And there’s even a raw bar featuring everything from oysters to razor clams to sea urchin to caviar, allowing diners to sample a world of flavor all in one place.