Wow Bao Menu

  • Breakfast Bao
  • Breakfast Bowls
  • Breakfast Combo
  • Breakfast Buns Open Faced
  • Morning Favorites
  • Bao
  • Potstickers & Dumplings
  • Bowls
  • Combos
  • Fried Rice
  • Buns Open Faced
  • Soups
  • Beverages
  • Lettuce Wraps
  • Salads
  • Lettuce Wraps
  • Homemade Ginger Ale
  • Catering Breakfast
  • Homemade Ginger Ale
  • Egg Keepa Bowls
  • Catering Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Extras
  • Beverages

Healthy Meal suggestions for Wow Bao

  • Breakfast Bao
  • Breakfast Bowls
  • Breakfast Combo
  • Breakfast Buns Open Faced
  • Morning Favorites
  • Bao
  • Potstickers & Dumplings
  • Bowls
  • Combos
  • Fried Rice
  • Buns Open Faced
  • Soups
  • Beverages
  • Lettuce Wraps
  • Salads
  • Lettuce Wraps
  • Homemade Ginger Ale
  • Catering Breakfast
  • Homemade Ginger Ale
  • Egg Keepa Bowls
  • Catering Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Extras
  • Beverages

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  • Krista N.

    This is one of the most random fast food restaurants I've ever been to. I love the concept - fast food focusing on multi-flavored bao. I mean, I love bao. Bao are great. These bao.....eeehhhhh. I got the Thai Curry Chicken and Coconut Custard. I didn't like the Thai Curry Chicken, it tasted pretty "flat." The Coconut Custard was better, good coconut flavor but not too sweet. I didn't like the texture of the filling, however. Overall, I wouldn't go out of my way to get these flavors again. Also, per the restaurant's nutritional info, each bao is around 179 calories. As I ordered a combo, my bao came with a choice of "cool pad thai salad," "asian vegetable salad," or "spicy peanut noodles." I chose the peanut noodles and wasn't too impressed. They were chilled, which I didn't expect, and didn't like. However, the spicy peanut sauce saved the dish. It was actually spicy! But, just cold noodles in peanut sauce is pretteh boring. No thanks. Combos are $6.19 and come with 2 bao or 5 potstickers. They also offer soups and bowls.

    (3)
  • Sofia J.

    No one likes cold bao. We ran the risk anyway. As the last stop of our "made in Chicago/located in the Loop" dinner menu for Chicago In White, we had high hopes that the bao would keep their temperature for the duration of our walk to the Harmonization Point ... assembly time ... and transport to the final destination. They were wrapped in napkins, boxed, and bagged and guess what! Steamy bao for the win!! Featured duck flavor and curry flavors were delicious :)

    (4)
  • Sara P.

    During my 1st visit, I ordered a 6-pack of bao to-go, along with the homemade ginger ale to take back to my hotel. While I found the traditional option of BBQ pork and the kung pao chicken to be especially tasty, the edamame and mongolian beef options were not as flavorful and the filling seemed a bit dry. I can't recall the other two (2) bao flavor options off the top of my head, so they must have been neither memorable nor disapointing. The homemade ginger ale was fantastic, especially thirst-quenching on a hot Chicago day; I definitely recommend it for ginger-root lovers. I would visit Wow Bao again to sample its other menu items, but would be more picky over the bao.

    (3)
  • William K.

    Service was very quick. The pot stickers were really good. Also had the teriyaki chicken which was just ok. It didn't had a lot of flavor. I would return to try a different bowl.

    (4)
  • Dinna Y.

    The pumpkin, coconut custards are wunderkind tasty melt in your mouth yumminess! Very fast, high tech, hearty, authentic Asian food with a modern twist. I'm coming back for more to make sure it's a 5 star rating.

    (4)
  • Melissah L.

    I love Wow Bao! What a cute idea, right? Baozi are my favorite snack when I go to Asia, and I was so tickled to see all the different fillings they had! I got a 6-pack, one of each meat filling. So good! I loved the Thai Curry bao. My only complaint is that the girl at the cashier wasn't too sharp and charged me for and gave me 7 bao instead of 6 (after a prolonged discussion where I thought I made my order clear)... but more bao isn't that bad of a problem I guess! Open a Wow Bao in Ann Arbor please!

    (3)
  • Raphael B.

    Good location! Yummy little addictive treats, Mmm to those bao's! Friendly staff. Small selection but convenient location. Very rare have I experienced mistakes by them, but when I have they have done a great job at rectifying the situation.

    (4)
  • Samuel C.

    Stopped in here for a quick bite before heading to o'hare... Never had anything remotely close to Bao. or asian buns. It was pretty delicious. It felt like eating a sandwich.. the bun was like a moist bread. stuffed with meats... I had the pork and curry chicken bao. super tasty. I am hoping to find something here in LA that comes close... I also had their spicy mongolian beef bowl.... i wasn't too crazy about it. It's spicy. It looked like ground beef. Reminded me of a sloppy joe on top of rice. eh. I would return for Bao... that $h!t is amazing.

    (4)
  • Caron S.

    Hot asian buns? And they're only $1.49? Sign me up. My first time in, I'd already eaten but was intrigued by fast-casual, yet pseudo-healthy, WOW BAO. I went with a coconut custard bun. It did not disappoint. The squishy outer texture of the warm steamed bun, and the custary delicious filling was a great combo. Happy tastebuds! The next day we stopped in again. I had seen the whole wheat bun with edamame on the menu when I got my coconut custard bun and knew I wanted to try one when I had available stomach real estate. Glad I did! So tasty. Edamame and other veggies (red pepper, broccoli) was satisfying. One of my favorite things about WOW BAO is the cleanliness and speed. They have their stuff together. It was packed at lunch but thanks to an easy-to-use electronic ordering system where you order and pay outside the door, my bun was quickly available.

    (4)
  • Wesley W.

    Three-ish (maybe 2.75) stars for a quick fix of BBQ pork buns and free wifi. The baos are average at best but they do have a variety of flavours. I wouldn't come here on the regular but if you're short on time and need something quick and easy, this is it. Not a fan of the ginger ale.

    (3)
  • Jenn L.

    2 and a half stars. We came here for a bite after the Stanley Cup parade. We ordered six of the baos (2 bbq pork, 2 teriyaki chicken, 1 thai curry chicken, 1 coconut custard) and the teriyaki chicken rice bowl. I guess I shouldn't have been surprised that the teriyaki chicken in the rice bowl would be the same as the filling in the bao. I think I actually preferred the rice bowl. All in all, it was okay. Definitely a more western take on the more traditional Chinese baos I've had in the past. I wasn't a a fan of the ginger ale, it gave me a weird heart burn sensation afterwards, which I never get. We did stop by the Michigan Avenue location to grab some bao on the go for the plane ride home. Nothing to write home about though.

    (2)
  • Luis D.

    The Bao's are awesome. None of them suck, but hey unless you are a really fatty 2-3 should be all you need. The bowls are where it is at. They are all good. Perfect for a quick and not expensive meal. Do it.

    (4)
  • Harold J.

    Would have eaten here because I love dumplings, but after glancing at how inattentive the staff was I knew I would be wasting my money. When you walk by a shop and see the staff sitting on the prep counters, it gives you a bad vibe.

    (1)
  • Vince V.

    It was a random stop walking around the city post Blackhawks Stanley Cup parade ceremonies. My buddy and I picked up a few baos (bbq pork, Thai curry chicken, spicy mongolian beef and teriyaki chicken). Quick and tasty though not particularly memorable. Bao after all refers to the steamed bread and that is a component of the product that can be improved. The bao while more than an adequate vessel for the tasty fillings would not have held up as well against a proper cha siu bao from any decent dimsum restaurant. Still good, reasonably priced for the location, and provided a momentary cushion for the next bar stop on this celebratory walk-a-rama.

    (3)
  • Terry M.

    People are friendly, food is just okay. They messed up our order which was a concern because one person in our party is allergic to peanuts and two of the bun types have nuts. The amount of dough in the buns kind of overwhelms the filling. Also, the only sauce we could find was packets of soy.

    (2)
  • Ashley L.

    Uh...horrible "Chinese food. Wow Bao is NOT Chinese or Asian! Chicago's Chinatown barely seems sufficient and Wow Bao is not even on par with places in Chinatown. - kiosk located outside for fast ordering - pot sticker and rice combo is a good deal but the quality of food is BELOW AVERAGE - free water cups next to soda machine - bathrooms are locked, request a token to unlock from the cashier Would NEVER go back. Would NEVER recommend.

    (1)
  • Leah C.

    My first meal from Wow Bao was via GrubHub and it was amazing! My boyfriend and I ordered 6 bao (1 teriyaki chicken, 2 spicy Mongolian beef, 1 spicy kung pao chicken, and 2 BBQ pork). My favorite was the spicy kung pao chicken - It definitely has a decent kick. My least favorite was the BBQ pork as I thought it was a little too sweet. Overall, the bao bread was perfect - light and fluffy, not doughy and the filling was perfectly portioned. We also ordered the cold peanut noodle salad and the fried dumplings. The fried dumplings were crispy and came with a great (but standard) ginger soy dipping sauce. The cold peanut noodle salad was okay but could have been better. However, I did like that the peanut sauce came in a separate container so we could pour it on ourselves. I can't wait to go back and try the dessert baos! Tip: If you order take-out/delivery, make sure to check the wrappers underneath the bao to see what kind it is. We didn't figure this out until AFTER we ate all of our bao so we were playing the guessing game the whole time. You live and you learn, right? =]

    (4)
  • Vanitha S.

    Wow bao is such a great alternative to heavy greasy fast food. At first they started off with a simple menu of baos but then started expanding their menu to stir fry bowls where you can choose from a list that will stump you...brown rice? Quinoa? White rice? Lettuce cups? What are you in the mood for? There are also low calorie combos which look intriguing but haven't tried yet. They also have breakfast baos now which also seem like a good idea for an affordable healthy fast meal if you're in a rush in the mornings. Getting back to the baos and bowls which I know. The thai curry is a bit salty which I knocked off a star for. But it is fresh and healthy and light. If you don't like overwhelming coconut it's a good dish to try. The Kung pao delivers the true spice to its word along with the peanuts. The teriyaki is really tasty. The bowls are only $7 and for $3 extra you can add any 2 baos or 2 potstickers. I chose the potstickers and those were just ok. Also a little salty. The baos though are my favorite and you can't go wrong with those! They are steamed so they're not heavy at all. The savory fillings are yummy with the teriyaki chicken and thai curry chicken being favorites. I love the sweet boas too. The coconut custard are similar to the kolakotai that sound Indians eat with a the custard giving it a nice twist. During the holidays they have some pumpkin spice bao which is also very tasty! Service is always done w a smile. Don't pass up this option if looking for steamy asian buns!! Now if only they would expand to other states...

    (4)
  • Jeff F.

    I visited a second time. I ordered the bowl combo with two BBQ pork bao. The bao were wet to the point that it was almost dripping. The damp dough easily overpowered what little meat I found inside the bao. It felt like I was eating a kitchen sponge. Remembering the Teryaki Chicken bowl packed some cilantro, I asked the clerk taking my order to hold the cilantro. He assured me there would be no cilantro. Surprise of surprises, there was cilantro. And just like that, Wow Bao drops to two stars and blandly elbows its way onto my "last resort" list.

    (2)
  • Lisa S.

    I love this place! You have the option to use their two kiosks or go to a cashier to order. I used the super fast kiosk. I LOVE their little hot buns! You can get them in several different flavors and the service is super fast. I was just there about two weeks ago and I am craving more. The best is their homemade ginger ale with real ginger. It is so good and better than the usual Coke, Sprite, etc. options. What was special about this particular location was, I accidentally spilled my heavenly ginger ale drink on the floor. It was a total accident! I told the workers at the counter so no one would slip and fall on it. Not only did they mop it up right away, but they automatically gave me a brand new ginger ale drink at no extra cost. I was willing to pay for another one since it was MY fault. Kudos for the yummy, fast food but also the superior customer service!!!!!! :) Thank you, Wow Bao!

    (5)
  • Lisa T.

    I wish there was a Wow Bao in Seattle...it would do awesome here. But luckily I had a work trip out to chicago and there was one right by my hotel! I swung by what I expected to be a busy lunch rush, but b/c of their handy dandy self-ordering kiosks (super easy to use), I placed my order and in minutes, they called my number. I had their spicy mongolian beef noodle bowl. I added a bit more chili sauce to make it really spicy. It was a little oily, but tasty nonetheless. I ate up every last bit. And I tacked on two bao's: spicy kung pao chicken and BBQ pork. YUM. Their bao is so soft and pillowy, which flavorful fillings inside. Easy to eat on the go!

    (4)
  • Deven B.

    More like Boo Whoo - this place was awful. Def not bao by any stretch of the imagination, though it does attempt to resemble it's namesake. The service was SO slow, the tables were not cleaned off, and just an all around bad experience. The dumplings were so odd tasting. You can just tell they made them in huge quantities with little regard for quality let alone your taste buds. It should be a crime, really. And the noodles were no different - extremely bland, no flavor, absolutely unsatisfying on all accounts. I'd rather eat cardboard.

    (1)
  • Kory R.

    Saw this place when we were walking to the Chicago Theater. I was interesting in what it was because of the sign that said "Hot Asian Buns". I didnt really think about it until we were exhausted and didnt want to go out. I called my boyfriend in CA to see what time they closed and he said 7pm... we put on our shoes and hauled butt down there from Hotel 71 because it was 6:45pm!!! For around $8, I was able to get a combo with 5 potstickers, Peanut Noodles, and a Kung Pao Bao Bun. It was surprisingly delicious and I was entertained by the idea of this fast food, tasty Asian cuisine. My friend got a 3 for $5 combo that included 2 potstickers, rice bowl, and spicy peanut noodles. Definatley a good choice for those who want to get some tasty food for a good price! I wish they had one of these in California!

    (4)
  • Cassandra F.

    I was staying at the Renaissance and decided to try lunch here. It was really good. I got the Curry Chicken rice bowl and two Baos (coconut and chocolate). The rice was great it had just the right amount of spicey for me, and I loved the coconut cream bao! The chocolate one was so-so, but the coconut cream is fantastic! Very affordable, nice atmosphere, and really convenient to the big hotels along the river.

    (4)
  • Riley'sMama s.

    I just returned to this place after several years. I tried the original Water Tower one a long time ago and liked it, so decided to stop here. It was pretty busy when we arrived on Saturday afternoon. I ordered the chicken teriyaki bao, the chicken curry bao, one chocolate bao, and one coconut bao. The chicken teriyaki bao was my favorite. I also liked the chicken curry one. The chocolate one was just ok, and the coconut one was delicious. The service here was just so-so. They weren't very friendly, but not really rude either. On a good note though, the bathroom was surprisingly clean, and the restaurant was pretty clean also. The baos are like $1.50 each, and if you check in on Foursquare you get a buy-one-get-one-free coupon. When you factor in the price, this place is a good value for the money, but I wouldn't go out of my way to return here.

    (3)
  • Colin M.

    I dig the menu and the slick, automated ordering process. I didn't find a WiFi network to join, so I'm not sure about the WiFi designation on this page. But it's not really a place you'd want to hang around to surf the Web anyway. This is definitely a grab/eat-and-go kind of place.

    (4)
  • Chelsea F.

    Considering this is a "fast food" place, I'm a fan. You can't beat the spicy chicken teriyaki bao or the potstickers. The homemade gingerale is good too and my favorite part about this place? You can order on your computer and come pick it up or you can order right outside their store without even talking to anyone.

    (4)
  • Steve S.

    I really like this place...Its hard to find these three words together in a restaurant...original, tasty and cheap. A Bao is a steamed breadlike dumpling with different fillings like Kung Pao or Teriayki. A decent value for only $2 a Bao. Theere is also different bowls as well.....Add a star for the easy kiosk ordering as well as having the guts to publish the nutritional value of the meal I wish Wow Bao was in Boston

    (4)
  • Rilindo F.

    Mmmm. . . Hot Asian Americanized buns. . . Of all things that could come to the mainstream fast-food cuisine, who would we guess that Bao would be it? But I guess I should not be surprised with Chicago being a notable foodie town. As soon as I noticed they serve breakfast, I knew I have to try it. So before for "home", I stopped by for some nibbles. The rice bowl with egg, bacon and cheddar was a nice surprise (Of course, I am always a sucker for bacon and rice). As for the bao(s) themselves, the BBQ pork tasted great. Egg + Spicy Spicy sausage, is alright, but not as good. Overall, a nice departure from your usual fast food breakfast. Hopefully I'll try out the other dishes on my trip back to Chicago in November.

    (3)
  • Sabrina M.

    Ode to Wow Bao, by Sabrina M. (With apologies to Dr. Seuss) I do so love Hot Asian Buns I love to eat them on the run I love to eat them sitting down I cannot eat them with a frown I eat them filled with poultry and veggies They are steamed, so they're not heavy Secret Wednesday Word will get you one Bao free Go see for yourself, don't take it from me! Eat those hot yummy Asian buns! Eat them there or on the run And when you're full and all else fails Wash them down with that fabulous, homemade, Pomegranate Ginger Ale!

    (5)
  • Melanie K.

    Reliability. Walkability. Super-quickability. Satisfy-ability. Lunch-combo availability. These, my friend, are the hallmarks of a good downtown midday meal establishment. And this is what Wow Bao offers. No, it is not a solace for authentic dim sum or dishes. And it doesn't try to be. It's all about streamlining and satisfaction. My favorite? - Peanut noodle salad with chocolate and coconut baos -Thai vegetable salad with steamed veggie potstickers. They have never failed me. Ever. And I lost count of my check ins a long time ago. Other memorable notes: Easy check in kiosks, summer sidewalk eating (sun is a bit intense though-umbrellas?), text enrollment for free promos, homemade drinks

    (4)
  • Tonia O.

    Tastylicious. Nice quick bite to eat, no long lunch waits. Just good eats. I particularly like the bowls and highly recommend the Teriyaki chicken bowl. I remember when this place was just a little hub in the WaterTower Place, now they have expanded throughout Chicago (successful they have been). Originally the portion sizes were much smaller, but now for under 10 bucks, you get left overs to take home! Speaking of which, I have some to finish. Nom...nom...nom...

    (4)
  • Britini R.

    Worth the wait for coconut bao! Straight out of the steamer, freshly filled bun; my mouth is watering just thinking about putting that little hottie inside of me. OM NOM NOM. I've been going to Water Tower Wow Bao since 2005, but now this location is way easier to get to after I get off of work. Different menu slightly. Same tasty buns. There's a lot to like about Wow Bao. Bicycle delivery in the Loop; ordering app for pick-ups; free bao Wednesdays from their Facebook page; free wi-fi; great location to people watch from. If you ask very politely, my favorite non-menu thing to do is get a thai curry chicken bowl with half rice/ half cabbage. OM NOM NOM.

    (5)
  • Tanya M.

    I've eaten here many times. Everything is delicious, especially the baos. but I only recently discovered that they serve breakfast baos! say what?! I thought the egg spinach and mushroom bao would be bland but it's perfection. although nothing can beat the egg and spicy sausage bao. holy. crap. mind is blown *swoon* so good and filling. they have a breakfast special, 2 bao and a cup of intelligensia coffee for $4. apparently not many people know about this since it's always dead in the morning, but then again then just means no wait:) Try the breakfast baos. you will not be sorry.

    (5)
  • Jen B.

    Hi, can we talk about the curry quinoa bowl for a second? Because it is the fucking JAM. I have cravings for it. Probably because it's heavily salted and that's what salt does to you, but screw it, I just want more. I seriously get excited when I'm hungry nearby and I can pop in for a quick CQB. Hell, even if I'm not hungry, I'm stopping in anyway. Wow Bao, you're blatant mass appeal has won you a spot in my taste buds...and my heart. Aww.

    (4)
  • April W.

    They are ok. For a pretty small bun that is not absolutely delish, merely slightly below average, I probably wouldn't return. But if you're not an asian food purist like me (I like my cha siu baos!) then you shouldn't run away from this place. The bbq pork bun is an americanized pork bun. Same delicious, poofy outside, but they might actually be using american bbq sauce for the pork. A solid meh.

    (3)
  • Dennis L.

    I am so glad that I finally had the opportunity to visit Wow Bao! It is a great quick-service concept with a superb product. On my visit, I ordered the 2 bao combo with noodle salad. The Curry and Kung Pao steamed buns were flavorful and delicious. They were a bit smaller than I expected, but the meal was perfectly sized overall due to the noodle salad. The noodles were excellent as well. I am a fan of Wow Bao, and I will certainly return.

    (4)
  • Danielle S.

    When it comes to ethnic cuisine, you can't expect a Lettuce Entertain You restaurant to serve anything more than well-marketed Americanized food. Sure, you can probably get better bao elsewhere, but for fun, convenient, quick, and tasty, Wao Bao does not disappoint. The Bao are surprisingly filling, the salads are good, and the ginger ale is not to be missed. I do wish they would have more veggie bao options, but the edamame IS very tasty.

    (4)
  • Dora C.

    I'm asian so the concept of paying more than $1 for a bun blows my mind. However, if you're in the city and craving pacific noms... DO IT. But stick with the BBQ pork. Anything else questions my childhood.

    (4)
  • Justin O.

    Nothing special- affordable fast asian food.

    (2)
  • Brian M.

    If you're from the West Coast and you miss having a semi-healthy Asian food choice at a decent price, this is the place. 3 item combos for $5. Bowls for $5.99. Good pot stickers. The peanut noodles are tasty. Service is very fast. I've been looking for this type of place for 5 years.

    (5)
  • Darkling S.

    Call me a grinch but i just tried this unit at Wacker based on the stars issued by Yelpers ... and i was disappointed at best. Frankly eating the two bao buns was like trying to cut, chew and swallow mildly sweet pie dough - unbaked! yuk. the fillings were spot on. their potstickers are well, potstickers. it is hard to improve on those.... they should have more than three choices ... there will be a next time as it is so near my office and it's quick and cheap (by Loop standards). perhaps i'll try the noodles ....

    (2)
  • Mary B.

    I love Wow Bao, esp. the spicy mongolian beef!! I also had the curry one and chicken teriyaki, they're delish too. Their chicken pot stickers are awesome, make sure you dip them in the soy/ginger sauce. This location is great too.

    (5)
  • Val B.

    Pretty yummy. We came in right around opening time today (a Sunday), around noon. I've had bao a couple times but my boyfriend was a bao virgin, so it was all very exciting and new for him. We split a 6-pack, trying about all the baos. I had edamame, chicken curry, and bbq pork. The edamame one was delicious, especially with a little red chili sauce on it. Chicken curry was also quite good, and the bbq pork was just okay. Boyfriend's were similarly okay - he had mongolian beef, kung pao chicken, and another bbq pork. We also split 5 potstickers, which were rather unnecessary since the bao was really filling. They were just okay, nothing special. Overall, good and quick experience, and boyfriend is happy to have tried bao. They deliver (on bike!) and we only live a few blocks away, so we'll definitely be back.

    (3)
  • Zeke A.

    It's not real bao of course, but dammit we are so great at making things fun and American! Chocolate Bao - WOW! I love all the chicken options and think that the kung pao and curry are my favorite. The custard one is a real good dessert too! Next time you want some Americanized Bao then check this place out - it's delicious!

    (4)
  • Carol M.

    One thing about these Loop-y food joints is that they are aces when it comes to speed. The line was out the door and I barely had enough time to pick what I wanted before it was my turn to order. My friend's soup soaked through her paper bag straight to the floor and they replaced it w/o judging or hesitation!. I got the teriyaki chicken bao and the chicken noodle soup. It was light and it totally hit the spot. mmm Next time I want to get my hands on some hot Asian buns I know where to go! P.S. I'm right there w/ Zach C. on the sleek design! 49/52

    (4)
  • Heather M.

    I really like the breakfast bao here. The egg and sausage one is delicious, and somehow feels healthier than a bagel or something... For other meals, I like the bbq pork and the thai curry chicken. Fast and easy, this place is def worth a stop in.

    (4)
  • Tripline T.

    I am one of those lazy guys that only review things that are worth (good or bad) reviewing. I have to saw that I was impressed with my first time here. Everything is self served. There are 2 machines outside where you can order you own food with a credit card. Big pictures and everything. They also have nice cups and a soda machine with H20. Their food was also at a good size so I got the combo for around 6$. The bad thing about this place is that it can draw a line, since there is only 2 ordering machines during lunch hour. they probably have their own audio jack to plug in their own Ipod. Why am I listening to Rap and Mexican music at a "Asian" dine in? The SEATS are my biggest complaint. Standing at 5'10 1/2, my legs were not comfortably positioned on the floor. I can only imagine how childlike the 5'5 and under people would feel with both feet, sitting with both feet off the ground eating lunch. If seats are the biggest complaint, you have done a good job for fast food.

    (4)
  • #NAME?

    Today was my first time here, came here for lunch-I had looked at the reviews, read them fully to understand what I would expect when I came here- I stood in line for the kiosk to place my order, but the guy in front of me got me annoyed so I just went in and ordered- FOOD: Got the mongolian beef Bao and 5 chicken potstickers wtih both sauces- The Bao was so soft, it kind of reminded me of a spicy sloppy joe sandwich-It was not my usual lunch, but glad I was brave and tried it- The line may look long but it took no time at all for my food to come and for me to eat it- It's very compact in here, the drink station and where you obtain eating utensils are right next to one another so it gets a little crowded there- For 1 Bun, 5 Potstickers and a fountain drink it was $8-

    (4)
  • Tom S.

    I believe Wow Bao to be a Philip Zimbardo-esque psych experiment, and in that regard it deserves 5 stars but as a restaurant not so many. First off, the address is wrong as listed here. It is at least a block west of Wabash and it's not on Wacker. It is approximately 200 N. State. They have two entances sort of kitty corner yet facing each other and each entrance has a line that merges into one line. So you have to do some compromising and negotiating with total strangers to figure out where you are in line. Then after placing your order you have to wait for them to call out your number. "Hwalf!" "Hwalf!" Female Customer: "Excuse me did you call thirteen?" "No, I say HWAAAALF!!" Finally the non-english speaking man called "Hoor-tan!" which meant my order was ready. Or was it? Half of it seemed to be missing. After much squinting at the receipt and convincing arguments by me, he conceded and gave me my noodles. The place is really cramped so if you want napkins and utensils you have to play human chess to get to them. Then you sit down in the mostly communal seating area but that's okay because there now exists a camaraderie amongst you and the other victims. The food was okay, pretty standard except for my chocolate bao that was filled with custard. Do you really want to get back in line to return a half masticated bao? No, no you do not. Also, they use these weird, long, tube shaped ice cubes that turn your 16oz ginger ale into 3oz of ginger ale and a fuckload of ice. The only good thing about my visit was that WLS anchorman Ron Magers was in front of me in line. I hope he was there as part of an expose on unethical psychology experiments happening in our city but I suspect it has more to do with the fact that the WLS studios are just across the street.

    (1)
  • Jenni E.

    So, I am not a huge fan of this place - though I thought I would be. I love Asian Fusion, but I have had a few things from here and everything tastes like ginger. I have had the Mongolian Beef, Kung Pao Chicken, and BBQ Beef and all of it tastes like ginger to me. I do love the Baos; they are soft, doughy and warm - but still the filling tastes somewhat like ginger. I would like to taste some additional flavors here.

    (3)
  • Brett K.

    Wow Bao definitely does a lot of things right. I've followed the herd here several times for work lunch. The "Bao"s are pretty good, basically you just get your choice of meta filling inside a big doughy pastry ball. I can only handle a couple before the dough becomes too much but the fillings are actually really good. If you've never had a Bao, give one or two a try but normally I would suggest ordering a combo with the pot stickers and the spicy peanut satay noodles, very tasty.

    (3)
  • Gardenia H.

    Wow Bao Soup fanatics love the Hot and Spicy Dumpling Soup with a choice of pork or chicken to taste. A surprising savory treat with three pork dumplings, shredded cabbage, scallions, ginger, and spices. A steaming bright dumpling soup bowl gets you going ... before trying Wow Bao "Hot Asian Buns on the Run", Potstickers, Combo Salads...and Homemade Ginger Ale with Fresh Ginger!

    (5)
  • Zack P.

    I can't imagine another quick-service place that could get me giddy like Wow Bao. I gush over their text message coupons, which unlike some other companies' opt-in messages, are actually valuable. They'll just give you free bao, rather than giving you a percent off or making you buy one to get one. I think that's phenomenal, especially in a time when a lot of business are pinching pennies. I do love the bao but I tend to get the bowls unless I'm just looking for a snack. Really yummy, and the location is remarkably clean and well designed. Their ginger ale is the perfect summertime drink. I used to go there at least twice a week when I lived downtown. I only go once in a while now since there isn't a location near me (hint hint, northside's hurting for some bao) but whenever I go it's just as great as I remember it, and they even have a little automated ordering system which is really speedy and smart. Can't believe I'm giving five stars to a franchise but it's as close to flawless as fast food gets.

    (5)
  • Kevin L.

    Cute place - trendy ambiance with lots of red and white. It's fun to see the giant metal steamers at work. Their bao are pretty decent and make for some yummy breakfast food. Definitely not on the same level as what my grampa used to make from scratch, but you can only ask for so much in a mass-produced fast-food joint. They apparently also have potstickers and something resembling rice congee here, neither of which I tried. Note to those that stop by for breakfast - apparently they only make up to four of any particular type of bao at a time during their early hours. I tried getting a six pack of the BBQ and the cashier checked on how many were already steamed up before apologizing that I'd have to either wait or pick two of something else. That was fine - I discovered that their teriyaki wasn't bad, either. Two or three of their bao here should be enough to ensure that you're not going to be hungry for the rest of the morning. If you're a glutton like me, you'll wolf down that many right away, then snack on another three until lunch.

    (4)
  • Jill M.

    Yay for fresh ginger ale! You can't find ginger ale like this anywhere else, unless you make it yourself. Tips: Stick with the bao or the rice bowl. The noodle bowl is like the bao filling over spaghetti! Sick! I really love the teriyaki chicken or the spicy mongolian beef. I don't come here often because it's a very touristy place, but each bao is cheap and makes for a tasty snack!

    (4)
  • Kyle P.

    really liked it. had the kung pao chicken and chicken bao......good times try it out

    (4)
  • Eric S.

    Hot asian buns are so yummy, so unexpected, so Chinese, so much fun to eat, so close to Beard Papa's Japanese chocolate-dipped cream puffs, and outdoor seating is so available so that you combine these two Asian imports and have the sort of cheap lunch downtown that everyone so deserves to regret.

    (4)
  • Lisa H.

    Two words. AMAZING SERVICE. With the ease of this downtown location, I love picking up a lunch order during the week. You won't get the most authentic Chinese food / paos here, but the Mongolian beef beats Panda Express anyday. Combo deals of a Bowl + 2 paos for $9? I remained dazed from WowBao-induced-food-coma for the rest of the afternoon. Now... I stumbled into Wow Bao after a movie screening at Gene Siskle's down the road one evening. Caught the store RIGHT BEFORE it closed at 8pm, ordered by food and sank into the comfy leather seats. The cashiers + cooks on the line were all incredibly smiley & friendly, even though I was literally the last customer barging in before the EOD. Check this out : at closing, restaurants always have a lot of leftover food that they either throw out or take-out for the employees. Have you ever been to a place where they give the customers FREE FOOD? Wow Bao was raining bowls & paos!! On top of my order, I scored 5 paos + 1 bowl. The super smiley cashier guy came around the tables and simply doughed out extra food, no questions asked, no judgement. I love you Wow Bao. Thank you for making my day with your amazing staff!!

    (5)
  • Audrey F.

    I have to review this place. How can you pass on a place that sells awesome buns! They are soo good that they are called "hot asian buns"! Loved homemade freshly made ginger beer: either plain, with pomegranate or with green tea. Their buns (bao in Cantonese) are like the size of White Castle burgers so you can easily eat 3 or 4 in a sitting. Roast pork and coconut custard were not as yummy as Chinatown's but still good. The dumplings were small and even though they were not as good as those in a Chinese dim sum joint, they still are tasty with chopped cilantro and scallions. Gotta return for some noodles next time. Please please someone bring this franchise to CT!!! Either that or build a Chinatown.

    (4)
  • Rebekka T.

    Further proof, that I am obsessed with Wow Bao for good reason - every Wednesday they have a "Word of the Day" which you can see on their Facebook page (u don't have to log in). When you say it at Wow Bao, you get a free Bao!! Also, they have a text service that sends you texts coupons for free bao, ginger ale etc. There is nothing like free, delicious food. I love Wow Bao.

    (5)
  • Angel S.

    Pot sticker and salad combo is a great lunch pick! A great quick lunch after a morning on the run.

    (4)
  • Cam C.

    I love this place. I was here every morning when I was in Chicago. The place is clean and the staff is very friendly. My favorites are the bbq pork and thai curry chicken. It is not authenic dim sum but it is definitely worth trying.

    (5)
  • Tiff H.

    So came in and tried the chicken curry and bbq pork bun. With a bottle of water, I spent $3 due to a fellow yelper's four square discount. (What is four square?) It would have been closer to $6 including tax without the discount. The buns tasted as tho they had been frozen. The guy who took my order looked like he hated life and didn't want to be there. What's the big fuss about this place anyway? No hot Asian buns here...except for mine! (heehee)

    (2)
  • Dane K.

    I tried 4 different baos and they were all OK. The Thai Curry was by far my favorite and worth going back for... I also tried the mogolian beef, kung pao chicken, and bbq pork. The other three all had decent flavors but I couldn't tell chicken from the pork if I wanted to. It was very mushy. But tasty still. They have a 6 pack, I don't think I could eat more than 4 of these in one sitting. After they started to get cold they got less and less tasty, and even start tasting a little too doughy... So I wouldn't unwrap them until you're actually eating them. Their combos don't seem to be significantly cheaper than ordering a la carte (a 6 pack saves you maybe 30 cents vs ordering fewer individually). One of the owners was standing by the line answering people's questions and chit chatting... The line wasn't so bad when we showed up, and moved pretty fast (though the line was out the door still). Once ordered, our food was up in less than a minute. By the time we sat down with our food, the line was at least 50 people long out the door, crazyness. Despite the crazy crowd, there was adequate seating available. I had the homemade ginger ale, which was pretty good... Though there was a lot of ice in it so I was still thirsty once I was done with it. Price-wise, the baos being $1.29/each, the place is pretty decently priced if you ask me. I like that they have breakfast baos, I imagine I'd only want one, maybe 2 anyway for breakfast, so that's an inexpensive breakfast. Next time I think I'll get the combo with 2 baos and spicy peanut noodles... On another visit I had the combo of 2 bao and spicy peanut noodles. Annoyed to get back to the office and realize they didn't include any utensils! The noodles were decent. Last time I went they had added mochi ice cream (didn't try, but they're usually store bought anyway, i'm sure they're great!!!)... and a new dessert bao... the chocolate one. it's fantastic! chocolate and coconutty goodness

    (3)
  • Caitlin L.

    Last time we were here we came to Wow Bao for lunch and for whatever reason, my boyfriend really loves this place. So when we came back for a second visit this was a definite place to come to, according to him! We both ordered a rice bowl, mine with teryiaki chicken and his with kung pao chicken. My rice bowl came with two bao, one was bbq pork and the other was kung pao chicken. Nothing was awesome. Not even great. Just go somewhere else.

    (2)
  • Tuyen N.

    Hot Asian Buns! I love the tagline. I love the concept. I love the order kiosk. I just don't care so much for the food. I had the 2 bao + salad combo today. 1 BBQ Pork (good), 1 spicy kung pao (eww), asian salad (yuck) and I had the ginger ale (ok). I have to say the creators have definitely found a fun way to bring bao to mainstream. However, they are definitely not the best bao I've ever had. It tastes like they only incorporated 50% of the Chinese flavor, everything tasted half-assed, as if they were afraid the authenticity would offend people. I say--bring it on! I give Wow Bao major kudos for being the on the forefront of integration. Online ordering, delivery, in-store order kiosks, social media mavens and one of the best concept stores I've seen in a while.

    (3)
  • Sean R.

    it's fast food but it's good! what a treat, i can't get enough :)

    (5)
  • Craig R.

    I love Wow Bao .... little carb sensations of meaty delicacies! The buns ar ethe perfect food ... self contained, with yummy insides ... i love them. I have to say the spicy mongolian beef was my favorite. My mouth is watering just thinking of these yummy little pieces of heaven!

    (4)
  • Kim N.

    Fun touch screen ordering - check. Super fast service - check. Delicious food - check. Great prices - check. Awesome slogan - check! check! check! Couldn't ask for any more. Except more visits to this place!

    (4)
  • Paul B.

    Chinese food in a bun... interesting concept... I've been to this location now 3x and the food is very tasty but I will say I can only handle 2-3 Baos. I've noticed I get a dough overload with any more. Having said that, it's great (healthy? steam cooked, not fried) Chinese food. Everything in the cooking area is Stainless Steel and appears very clean. Definitely try the spicy peanut noodles, salad is good too! Pass on the authentic Ginger Ale unless that's something you're into. I was thinking it would be more like Schwepps Ginger Ale...

    (3)
  • Dan M.

    This is a fast food franchise. My opinion means absolutely nothing. But damn it, it's delicious food. Great bao and their rice bowls are filling and delicious.

    (4)
  • Joshua N.

    Hit this Wow Bao right at the lunch rush, but the line moved quick and the food was still awesome!! Really enjoyed it.

    (4)
  • Jeff R.

    yea Wow Bao is super cool. I like everything on the menu and return often to keep the rotation. I'd say the Bao's are my least favorite and I prefer the dumplings and the noodles/rice bowls. The combination dumplings and thai peanut salad is my go-to. very good, very fast and not too bad on the pocket book.

    (4)
  • Elizabeth S.

    I ordered a chicken teriyaki bowl to go, got home and discovered they gave me spicy beef. it was gross

    (1)
  • Elizabeth B.

    When I moved in down the street from this place, all I heard was, "You HAVE to try Wow Bao!" Not one to be stupid and ignore glowing recommendations, I headed over tonight and ordered some dinner. Here's what I got: Chicken potstickers with mustard sauce: AWESOME. DELICIOUS. Would go back for more of those. Kung Pao Bao: SPICY! Mongolian Beef Bao: SPICY! BBQ Bao: Yummy! The bread they use for the bao is delicious and I think with flavors that don't set my tongue/mouth on fire, it's a tasty little treat. I just happened to pick some majorly hot items and I'm someone who avoids spice and burning like herpes. I think I'll go back and try some of the rice dishes or salads to get a better idea of the overall quality.

    (3)
  • Mickey A.

    I came to this location during lunch hour to pick up some frozen buns (hee hee..I said frozen buns) for my parents. Wow...I was not expecting a line out of the restuarant. Okay, I am not a fan of the buns, but I do like the teriyaki (sp?) chicken rice bowls. The rice bowls are small but are filling enough for a nice lunch or dinner meal. My parents, on the other hand, love the baos esp. the bbq flavored ones. They visit the Water Tower location when in town. Anyway, back to my story, I bought a couple boxes from the freezer to bring them home for the holiday. Instead of waiting in line, I was taken care of right away by one of the employees. (Honestly, the line isn't as bad as it looks...it seemed to go by swiftly.) She had a portable credit card thingy, and I was on my merry way. Sweet. Note to self: lunch is a popular time...come back later because they close at 8 PM.

    (4)
  • Kwan N.

    I ordered the spicy kung pao chicken and the spicy mongolian. The mongolian one was mediocre while the kung pao is different than expected from a normal kung pao chicken dish. I prefer the kung pao one though. I also got to eat the bao with custard and coconut. It's bomb! Music was good, service was fast; overall I had a good time.

    (3)
  • mikey m.

    This is a place to be avoided like plague. I cant even list everything that is wrong with this place. Let me list the good, the rest room was equipped with soap so you can clean up before eating at dirty tables

    (1)
  • Jacob K.

    This is the chic Asian fast food place these days. For whatever reason this place is always crowded, but it has a nice atmosphere although its usually super crowded during lunch. Their main cuisine- the bow (hot asian buns) are nothing great but I did enjoy the peanut noodle salad. The pot stickers are pretty good as well. Its a nice place to go if you are in the area and want some different fast food to go.

    (3)
  • Kellie T.

    Spicy. Peanut. Noodles. HOLLA!!! I always get the 2 bao combo with the spicy peanut noodles. This cold noodle dish is refreshing, especially with the added cilantro. My favorite bao is the Thai curry. Least favorite might be the BBQ pork--too sweet for my taste. This is a small place, so it's better if you do one of three things: a.) arrive early so you can grab a seat b.) arrive well past the lunch rush, so you can grab a seat c.) pack that shit up and take it somewhere else! Kudos to WB for the ordering kiosks. The whole place has a very "mechanized" feel. The ordering line is a well-oiled machine. Hell, you even get to press a lever on the clever fork dispenser! Good, fast eats.

    (3)
  • Jean Z.

    I havent been to wow bao since it opened in the watertower place mall years ago. This store is actually beautiful, with contemporary seating and an electronic(if you dare) ordering device outside the entrance. Great scheme for a busy location!

    (5)
  • Casey M.

    I have always wanted to try Wow Bao. I was already downtown one day and stopped into Wow Bao to have a late lunch. I ordered the 2 Buns (Baos) and 1 Noodle dish combo. They offer an assortment of Baos from the Teriyaki Chicken, Kung Pao Chicken all the way to the healthy Whole Wheat edamame. I ordered two Whole Wheat Edamame Baos and the Spicy Peanut Noodles, served cold. The Baos were savory, steamy and satisfying. The noodles were al-dente and served with a peanut sauce and fresh cilantro and, like stated above, they are served cold. I would prefer them warm, but they were good cold at the same time. It was a light meal, but was just the right amount. The combo cost me only $5.99 and with a soda pop it cost about $7 total. Wow Bao I just might have to meet up with you again soon.

    (4)
  • Dina K.

    Love this place!!!

    (5)
  • Henry D.

    I was told by some to check Wow Bao out, but my closest friends told me there was nothing to go crazy out. I finally tried Wow Bao out, and went all out with a couple others. We ordered almost everything they had on the menu. The bao itself is not too bad, although not very remarkable in taste and certainly overpriced. The chocolate bao was probably the best thing we tried. The teriyaki bowls are tasty as well, although at $5.99 a piece they are well over-priced and will not get you anywhere near satiated. The salad was also small-portioned, overpriced and unfortunately not as tasty as the other items. The ginger ale was good. I can see why people enjoy stopping in here because it is trendy. It's good if you want to buy something small for taste, but it is nowhere to be if you want to get your money's worth or spend good money to be fed. If you want better bao with similar unique fillings for a better price, you could try Famima.

    (2)
  • Allison M.

    We had time to kill before our climb to the top of the Hancock. Wow Bao was there to curb our appetites. I loved the edamame bun! After our pilgrimage to experience 360 degrees of Chicago from up in the air, we came back for more and took it back to our hotel. Delicious indeed!

    (5)
  • Tiffany K.

    The buns are okay, but what's really worth your money here would be their ginger & green tea frozen yogurt. Seriously delicious! Their ginger pomegranate drink is really ginger-y and yummy as well. But The ginger & green tea fro yo is a taste I had never tasted before, and it blew my mind. Trust me.

    (3)
  • Nicolas H.

    These are pretty good, although a little small when it comes to pork buns. However, two buns and a side just about does it and it's not too expensive. I've tried the bbq pork of course as well as the kung pao chicken and terriyaki chicken. The pork was the best but the kung pao was pretty good too. The spicy peanut noodles are simple yet good and the thai salad is decent as well...

    (4)
  • Linda N.

    Stopped by for lunch. Seemed like a good concept, but the food disappointed. Far below the quality you'd find at Asian restaurants but at the same or a higher price. In addition, the staff seemed to confuse orders quite often which resulted in an unreasonably long waiting time to get the food we'd ordered. I still like the concept, but would use other lunch alternatives unless the quality of the food improves quite a bit.

    (2)
  • Michael C.

    I'm a sucker for spicy food and for trying something different, and in that light, this place couldn't have been more different and more satisfying. This is a fast-food style Asian fusion place where you can order at the counter, then slide a tray down and wait for your food, or you can order on a computer screen outside the door and then go in an wait for your food--we chose the computer, the future of ordering food (or the past, if you've ever been to a Sheetz in Pennsylvania). As adverstised, we got a big, three-person order in about 3 minutes, hot and steaming. Aside from bowls, pretty popular at a lot of Asian places now, this place specializes in bao, or hot Asian buns, which are what they (kind of) sound like: buns. They're kind of spongy, but are different than most breads, and are filled with different things, mostly the same things you get in the bowls, e.g., kung pao, BBQ, or teriyaki. And they're great. They're easy to eat, warm, tasty, and provide the new and adventurous factor that I crave (though I had them once before in Chinatown in NYC). Everything, in general, was tasty, quicky, and spicy, which makes me overlook the slight priciness ($10, about, for a bowl-bun combo, not including a drink), and the fact one of our buns had the wrong filling. We will go back, and I highly recommend.

    (5)
  • Paul C.

    Great place to pop in and grab a quick, little snack while you're on the go. They have more than just bao. There are rice bowls, soups, potstickers. But we only had a chance to try the bao. The bao were very tasty. All the ones we had were very good (mongolian beef, thai curry, kung pao chicken, bbq pork). The coconut custard was perfect as a dessert bun. We went there for breakfast and liked it so much we stopped by before we went to the airport so we could have some snacks on the plane. Hot Asian Buns. Very clever. Wow Bao!

    (5)
  • Megan L.

    I've been meaning to try Wow Bao for a while, so since I finally got myself in there, I decided to try a little bit of everything. Unfortunately, I wasn't all that impressed. I thought the baos were a nice size, and the dough was rather good. The fillings on the other hand... meh. I tried the BBQ pork, teriyaki chicken, kung pao chicken and mongolian beef. I didn't particularly care for any of them, unfortunately. They weren't poorly made or lacking quality; I just didn't care for the flavors. The BBQ pork was probably the one I liked best. I expected something a little more like pulled pork on the inside in terms of consistency, so I was surprised to find small pieces of pork. Not bad, just different. I would have liked a little bit stronger flavor of the BBQ sauce, but it was still ok. The teriyaki was a little less sweet than I prefer, and had some bell peppers in it, which I don't care for. Again, not really their fault, but not my thing. The kung pao chicken was actually quite hot, and a little overwhelming (and I love hot food!). The mongolian beef was also pretty spicy, but somehow also lacking flavor. So, since I didn't like the food really, why am I giving them three stars? A couple reasons, actually. I thought the restaurant was a nice space and it was very clean. The staff was super friendly and helpful. Lastly, I don't think it was not-good food - it was just flavors I wasn't thrilled with. It's still a good product, just not my proverbial cup of tea.

    (3)
  • Sue Janna T.

    I struggled a bit on how many stars to give Wow Bao. Its not particularly special, but they do serve food that I could eat until I died. I love that they offer a decent variety baos. I usually get the whole wheat edamame one, but the other baos are pretty good too. The only complaint I have is that sometimes they can be a bit salty. I've recently tried their banana bao and I've been having a daily craving for it ever since. I love their light brothy soups. It makes me feel healthier with every bite. I also love that nobody uses the kiosks to order their food, allowing me to bypass the line and slip in and out during my lunch break. Suckers.

    (4)
  • Jessica Y.

    Decent place for a quick, affordable bite of dinner on the go if you're shopping on State and don't want a sit down experience but also don't wanna eat at the Macy's food court. I also like their breakfast baos if you in the area that time of day.

    (4)
  • James B.

    This is a great place! Everyone is friendly, it's open late, and it's great food! I went in at 6:45 on a cold January night, 15 minutes before closing. They were out of the Peanut Thai dish, but they let me get the dressing (the best part, IMHO) with the asian veggie salad. And the 2 baos were taking a while, so they gave me a free small soda while I waited! Also, don't forget to check in on Foursquare, you can get a free bao with each checkin!

    (5)
  • Robyn T.

    Dear LEYE Friends (specifically those who are putting the Wow into Bao) Please give me back the veggies you used to use in your Veggie Rice Bowls. I am an omnivore but I just loved my veggies. You remember don't you? Corn? Green Beans? Where did they go? I ordered my rice bowl last night and was accosted by warm beats and an overload of spinach. I like these veggies, but I miss my old rice bowl. Don't worry I still love you. My friend hates (but tells people she's allergic to) mushrooms and your friendly staff actually called the chef on his cell phone to see if the entree she ordered had any mushrooms! That is SO above and beyond! My other friend, who had never tasted a deliciously fluffy bao before, deemed it heavenly and she loved your perfectlysized combo portion. She especially liked the peanut sauce on the side that allows diners to pour on their desired amount of peanuty goodness. Don't worry I'll continue to sing your praises, drink my dark Intelligentsia coffee and accrue my LEYE frequent diner points, but I'm just a little saddened about the veggie bowl situation. You know how to contact me. Your Wow-loving friend, Robyn

    (5)
  • Puja A.

    The food is good and cheap. The buns always seem fresh and are very flavorful. I typically get a rice bowl which is very good. I like the Mongolian beef best, but have tried the Thai one which is also good. The flavored ginger ales are so refreshing and yummy! I can't go without getting one. The service is fast. It is a great place for lunch. This one closes at 8 so it is hard to make it there in time for dinner. There are a few other locations throughout the city (e.g. water tower) and they might stay open later. Lastly, they are a part of the LEYE chain. If you are a member, you can use your card to get points!

    (4)
  • Charles C.

    I was too excited to eat bao, but about 1 1/2 bao in I started feeling nauseous. There was an excessive amount of dough, and the filling were so bland that I couldn't finish the rest :/ I guess if you want some quick, fast-food-style bao on the go this would be a good stop, but I will most-likely not be returning.

    (2)