nutrition info

First and foremost we want you to eat at Wow Bao because of our great-tasting food; But it’s also our priority to deliver a healthy product: we cook with steam, our bao average 179 calories and, within our small menu, we offer vegetarian, whole wheat and low carb specialties. You can have steamed eggs for breakfast or “energy” rice all day.

Steam Heat
We cook with the pure, intense heat of steam, which seals in nutrition and flavor without any added fat or calories.

Bao Calories
Our signature product, bao, average 179 calories each: a small balanced meal in a bun.

This ancient grain is not only a delicious alternative to rice, it's a nutrient power-house! Quinoa is high in protein and packed with essential amino acids, calcium, iron, and fiber. This satisfying grain is gluten-free and has less than HALF the calories of white rice.

Gluten Free
We have several naturally gluten free items on our menu. The Thai Curry Chicken Rice Bowl can be served over jasmine rice, delicious multi-grain rice, or steamed quinoa for an added nutritional punch. Thai Herb Broth can be enjoyed on its own or in our Thai Chicken Noodle Soup which is prepared using rice noodles, poached chicken and vegetables. Our Homemade Ginger Ale is made to order using fresh ginger, cane sugar, and a squeeze of lime juice.

Homemade Ginger Ale
Made on the premises from fresh ginger, our signature beverage has a delicious kick, calms the stomach and warms the system. We use 100% real cane sugar - no high frustose corn syrup. Try the pomegranate flavor for an extra boost of antioxidants.

Rice/Energy Rice
Our standard is the finest long-grained jasmine rice from Thailand; but we also offer an alternative Energy Rice which includes Thai brown rice, red bran rice, black-hulled glutinous rice and goji berries.

Thai Herb Broth
Considered a cure for the common cold by many cultures, our nutritious Thai Herb Broth is infused with fresh ginger and lemongrass. It can be carried and sipped like a cup of tea.

We have many choices: Green Vegetable Potstickers and Dumplings, Spicy Peanut Noodles and Whole Wheat Edamame (green soybean) Bao.

High-Energy Oatmeal
Creamy hand-rolled oats with Chinese red dates (thought to help your circulation), red bran rice and goji berries.

Low Carb
For low-carb enthusiasts, we offer three alternatives to our Rice and Noodle Bowls: sweet Napa cabbage, lettuce cups, or steamed quinoa.

Homemade Freshness
We make our own salad dressings and dip sauces from fine sesame oils, soy sauces and fresh herbs. Made-Today Salads - there’s no need for an expiration date; they’ll be new the next day.

Fresh Fruit and Orange Juice
Not your usual fruit cup, ours is seasonal, ripe and may include fresh mango, pineapple and strawberries.

We don’t use them.

We also use these
Popular Chinese
Herbal Ingredients:

Goji Berries - Energy Rice
and High-Energy Oatmeal

Also known as Chinese wolfberries and
used for centuries in China, this fruit of the
Chinese boxthorn is like a super vitamin pill,
loaded with vitamins C, A, B-2,
beta-carotene, iron, calcium, zinc, etc., and
tastes like a slightly medicinal orange raisin.

Chinese Red Dates - High-Energy Oatmeal

Also known as jujubes and enjoyed for millennia
throughout China, Korea and Japan, these tasty fruits
are believed to alleviate stress and purify the blood. As
with goji berries, these are increasingly popular among