Wow Bao Coupons
- Wow Bao Coupons
- Cuisine: Asian Fusion
- Accepts Credit Card: Yes
- Parking : N/A
- Atmosphere: N/A
- Take Reservations: No
- Serves Alcohol: N/A
- Smoking Allowed: No
- You can buy frozen ones to take home (I recommend steaming them in a rice cooker.) Great counter-service fast food...
- The bao themselves are tasty but th. The salads and bowls of noodles are deceptively bad for you, which is a reminder that it is fast food after all...
- If you're shopping at Water Tower Place and need a pick-me-up, Wow Bao is a great choice. You can get sweet or savory snack baos - steamed Chinese buns...
- The Thai herb broth is a soul-soothing elixir from the heavens. I fall to my knees in worship of its majesty...
- Great little steamed pockets of asian ingredients. Unbelievable prices and quick service...
- Wow Bao just opened a new location on Jackson in . It was really busy but the service was still quick and the staff was very friendly and knowledgable...
- No pictures allowed. Are you serious?! You're located in a public building in a public area...
- I've got to admit, this place was one of the hig. I had seen Asian people eat steamed bread when I was in the service, and just thought it was strange...
- It's nice to have something fast and different from your normal food court (or in this case, Food Life) fare. The baos are definitely small for the pri...
- I have read about Bao but this was the first time I tried them. Wow Bao just opened a new location on Jackson in the Loop this week...
- We were fortunate enough to dine when the restaurant was nearly empty and were seated overlooking Michigan Avenue. Service was great-our waiter was att...
- It's also the best because it represents the traditional "pork bun". - chicken teriyaki was second favorite...
- You can get sweet or savory snack baos - steamed Chinese buns - or pick up a more filling . The peanut noodles with chicken are especially scrumptious...
- Very fresh tasting. spicy ingredients...
- My husband and I celebrated New Year's Eve dinner. It was great service and the food overall was excellent...
- Good flavor. - kung bo chicken was so spicy, I couldn't finish the whole thing...
November 01, 2009
turned to take in the Asian wonder that was Wow Bao. The quick-serve menu was full of healthy, steamed dumplings, stir-fries, multi-grain rice, and more. I was unfortunately full from a large lunch and was planning on a fantastic dinner, so I regretfully decided to pass on a Wow Bao sample. At least that was the plan until I spotted their poster advertising homemade Ginger Ale.
- Ginger Ale: sooo sweet ($4)
September 09, 2009
Wow Bao is a very unique place. They serve little doughy pasteries, filled with all kinds of meats and vegetables. They have many flavors (chicken teriyaki, kung pao chicken, spicy mongolian beef etc.) and all of them are delicious! They even have a vegetarian bao. The price of one bao is $1.35 I believe, and they are surpisingly filling. They are about the size of your fist, and I can usually eat two. If you are looking for a very cheap, filling meal, try out Wow Bao's.
April 30, 2009
I had the BBQ Pork and teriyaki chicken bao. The buns are nice and warm and doughy. The filling for the pork was pretty tasty. It was shredded with a good spicy/sweet bbq. The teriyaki chicken I did not like as much. I have not had many bao to compare this to, but it was fast and inexpensive.
- Teriyaki Bao: okay ($8)
November 25, 2008
The bao here were very doughy, which I didn't mind. But the filler quality? Yuck! I've eaten better meat on a Big Mac. On the other hand, it is quick, cheap, and in the Loop.
- Teriyaki Bao: Good bun, bad filler. ($2)
- Bacon, Egg, and Chedder Bao: Pretty decent all around. ($2)