Pow Pow

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 6 reviews )

Serves meat, vegan options available. Bowl eatery where most bowls can be ordered vegan, such as the purity bowl, natalie porkman (using seitan), girl from iwa jima, yoga dragon (using mock fried chicken), and k-town (using mock chicken and omit egg). Can get a spicy vegan chicken sandwich, and the disco stick in vegan version (using mock chicken). Also has vegan soup choices, including tom ka, miso, and thai spicy pumpkin. Gluten-free and nut-free marked. Open Mon-Fri 11:30am-10:00pm, Sat 10:30am-11:00pm, Sun 10:30am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Thai, Fast food, Take-out, Asian, Fusion, Korean, Non-veg

6 Reviews

First Review by DCCedar

just ate the Natalie Porkman - Edit

Loved the place! The Natalie Porkman was awesome!

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5 stars!!! awesome food - Edit

The Natalie Porkman (vegan) is delicious. The people were nice and I love the vibe of this casual restaurant. A vegan chef who gets it and can make delicious flavorful food. Must go to POW POW in you are in the area!!!

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Filling, Flavorful, and VEGAN! - Edit

I am so jealous of the hungry vegans of DC. They have free reign to visit Pow Pow anytime they wish! A local friend told me Pow Pow was a must-try on my recent visit to DC. I am a chronic over-orderer because I love to try everything on the menu. We started with Trolley Fries because my inner Irish demanded we do so. The staff informed us that the white cheese on the fries is vegan, house-made. SCORE!!

Next, we tried the Natalie Porkman, which is Sweet & Sour Pork with house-made Seitan. It was to die for!! Next up was Girl from Iwo Jima. I am stunned at how good the house-made vegan feta was!! They said the feta is also on the WuBanger (orange chicken), FYI. Vegan cheese is notoriously hard to pull off, but they have NAILED IT. Finally, we tasted the Hong Kong Phooey. It was perfect in every way. Pow Pow is a must for fellow vegans travelling to DC!

Pros: Vegan Chef, Incredible atmosphere, fast and casual

Cons: behind Trolley stop, typical DC parking sitation

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Delicious! - Edit

Pow Pow is amazing! Would give 5 stars if it was allowed. Tons of vegan options and everything we tasted was amazing. The Natalie Porkman was a standout. Overall great food and great people- will definitely be back.

Updated from previous review on 2017-09-20

Pros: Lots of vegan options., Delicious and fresh food., Friendly and helpful people.

Cons: Only con is difficult parking in the evening!

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Love love Pow Pow - Edit

Amazingly creative food. Great staff and service. Specially for a fast casual. Everything on the menu is well priced too.

Pros: Great selection and variety

Cons: wish it was open later on the weekends

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Great for allergies and vegans! - Edit

With 8 menu items marked as vegan without needing to alter anything is great, plus monthly vegan specials so I'm. It eating the same thing over and over.

Everything is clearly marked so I don't even have to ask or just *hope* that someone remembers to exclude meat or dairy is a huge plus for me.

The seitan is made in house too.

Pros: Excellent fresh food, Labeled for allergies and dietary restrictions , Monthly vegan specials

Cons: Fast casual wait times can be 15minutes, Have to park on side street or pay for parking

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