Time Out Says
Long wooden benches surround a handful of tables in the very cosy fuchsia-coloured space, the centre-piece of which is the open plan kitchen.
Classic Asian broths make up the Wokyo menu, as well as noodle options, such as laksa soup, shoyu udon soup and miso ramen.
But we’ve come with one thing on our minds, noodles. And specifically, choosing all our favourite ingredients to throw in the wok. Diners can pick their preferred ingredients from a compact menu, which lists sauces, a variety of noodles and the protein – chicken, beef, prawns, tofu or veg.
Not sure which sauce to go for? They are all named after cities in Asia like Tokyo (oyster sauce), Osaka (teriyaki sauce) and Jakarta (sambal goreng sauce).
Keeping it simple with a black pepper sauce (Hong Kong), egg noodles and vegetables proves a winner. The noodles are served piping hot with vegetables perfectly-cooked with the right amount of crunch and serving size is generous.
The peanutty Singapore sauce packs quite a punch, and is the perfect combination with the udon noodles and beef.
There are so many combinations to try, it won’t be long before we are back. Make a bee-line for this one, noodle-lovers.
WHAT IS IT...
Cosy new noodle bar
Authentic flavours and a cheerful vibe
17 Feb 2020
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