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The outlet is located in Sector 29, Noida and stands inside Ganga Shopping Complex. Wok Art is a casual dining restaurant that has a simple and vibrant ambience. It serves Asian, Sushi and Thai delicacies and the extensive menu has authentic preparations to satisfy the hunger cravings. It also gives the perfect ambience to spend a beautiful evening with your loved ones with its rooftop seating. The humble ‘Hot & Sour soup’ is mildly peppery and wonderfully brilliant. Yes, they do good old ‘Crispy Honey Chicken’ and too if that is what rocks your world. Also, try the ‘Sushis’ on the menu be it veg or non-veg, they are perfectly made to satiate your hunger pangs. The vegetarian ‘dim sums’ are a must order, and you must try all the sauces accompanying it.
The food is good. Service is very courteous and helpful. The restaurant manager is personally attentive to customers.
I have always tried Indian here but wanted to give Chinese a try. The sitting for the chinese food area is separate and the ambience is a good too. Hakka Noodles, Fried Rice, Assorted Vegetables and Assorted Vegetables in Hot Garlic Sauce was what we ordered and we were not disappointed at all. They don't have manchurian and chilli paneer in there menu which made us try different food item. Though the food was delicious but the service was very very slow. The food food around 20-25 mins approx to make way on our plate. Overall a good experience.
Had heard a lot about Wok Art from Food Bloggers and Reviewers and visited for a family dinner. I had taken an EasyDiner deal and the first thing we noticed was that the stewards were very cold and distant in welcoming us as if we were unwanted. We arrived dot at 9:00 pm for which our table was reserved and there were only 2 other small groups in the restaurant. Wok Art has been carved out of the old Samarkand restaurant, probably to compete with it's counterpart across the terrace-Pearls Regency Restaurant which has a Chinese & Asian section called as Chinastix. We ordered the starters which have been made famous, Chilli Mountain Chicken and Crispy Tofu. The Chicken was ordinary sweet & sour chicken with seasame seeds with colored bell peppers heaped upon them. The chicken could have been better cooked and was a bit chewy. The crispy tofu was good but the veggies were missing. For the main course we ordered Konjee crispy lamb,Veg Penang Curry,Jasmine Rice and butter pepper noodles. The acclaimed Konjee crispy lamb was minute pieces of thick batter fried lamb where it was difficult to discern where the lamb was. Tasted more like Crispy Besan Pakora!! The service for the main course was slow and on top of that the waiter forgot to bring the Penang curry. So,the Noodles came cold and the Jasmine rice went cold waiting for the curry. When they did bring it,the Penang curry was in a rice bowl which we politely declined since we did not want the meal-in-a-bowl. Very reluctantly,the head steward took the meal bowl back and brought the Jasmine rice. By this time,we were ready to go home. The saving grace was the Penang Curry which was very well flavoured and the consistency was just right. The Jasmine rice was good,but the Butter pepper noodles were very pedestrian and could have been much better. Overall,a disappointing experience. We shall stick to the old ,known devils next time. NOTE - The restaurant needs to get it's act together with the type and attitude of the waiters,since they have been just carried over from the Samarkand restaurant. The Service needs to improve too and THE FOOD NEEDS TO BE PIPING HOT. That is the only way one enjoys Chinese / Asian cuisine.