Asian Buns - Bow Wow

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WOW BAO Hot Asian Buns Harnek Bhachu Composition ENGL 135 Ann Tschetter 07 September 2012 When people are healthy, they tend to feel good about themselves and their body. Eating healthy food while working in the office somewhat challenging. The first time I got the chance to go eat at Wow Boa at corner of Lake Street and Michigan Ave, Chicago, Illinois couple weeks ago. Wow Bao offers Chinese steamed cooked bao’s filled with either chicken or beef. All the food served at Wow Bao is gluten free, made to order and locked in steam container to preserve the flavor and ingredients. The Wow Bao lives up to its name by providing fast service, gluten free food and small serving portions for weight control. Customers have two food ordering options when they come to Wow Bao. They can either use the traditional method of ordering by just telling the person behind the counter or extreme line their order by using the two kiosks available in the front of entrance. The restaurant is small in size but extremely fast when it comes to making healthy, steamy, warm healthy food. The staff of this location is very friendly and will have the food ready less than a minute whether the order is place in person or thru Kiosks. All the food is prepared in open location front of customer. This particular location also has nice seating area in the lobby but most the people just carryout the food. All the items on Wow Bao menu are gluten free. For low-carb enthusiasts, Wow Bao offers sweet Napa cabbage, lettuce cups. All the food is prepared with intense heat of steam and nothing on the menu is fried. Average meal contains no more than 180 calories. Bao’s are small in size and perfect for balanced diet. When customers sink their teeth into these Asian buns, it’s like pressing into a dense cloud filled with chicken or beef. The meat inside the bao buns is heavely seasoned and
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