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Small yet cosy and vibrant is what can be said to describe this place located very strategically at Loudon Street, easy for office goers as well as students from nearby schools and colleges. Presenting Asian food in a quick and convenient manner with some innovation is what they seem to be doing. A little bit of DIY leads to several interesting combinations, leaving no room for complaint. 'Wok Box' comes with choices of noodles, proteins, veggies, sauces, condiments etc. Similarly, there is 'Wokurrito', the burrito version of improvisation.
If you are a foodie and you want to try out various places then i would suggest go to this place once for trying but you won't much like it. There is no variety of menu available here and also the quantity given is very very less and not sufficient for one also. The place is very small and clumsy.
The place was just ok. We had to ask for the AC to be switched on. The food was insanely spicy even though we told the waiter we didn’t want it spicy
The dimsums are delicious but the rest is just ok. I guess it depends on your choice of sauce actually. I found the starters quite spicy though I asked the chef to go easy on it. The concept is quite cute though and overall it’s not a bad place to grab a quick bite.
The concept of eating out a Wok Box is quite common in Europe, and this restaurant has managed to get that to the city of joy! Loved the food.. fresh, tasty and true value for money!
A quaint little restaurant, just 4 months old. The interior designer or the owner must be a Beatles and Queen fan. A tile silhouette of the "Abbey Road" album cover features on the kitchen/order counter while the table attendants wear T-shirts which state: We Will, We Will Wok You. You build your own noodle dish from selecting the type of noodles, to the veggies, protein, sauce and garnish. It is then prepared and served hot. We tried the chicken sui mai (pot-stickers) and it was excellent. Noted a relatively good crowd, which means that people have appreciated their food and had spread the word. Keep up the good 'wok' folks :)