Wok on Inn is a Sydney institution when it comes to Asian noodle bars.  Situated in six locations, Wok on Inn offers delicious, authentic and fresh Asian street eats made with real ingredients, pastes, herbs and spices. From homemade recipes from the hawker stands of Bangkok and Shanghai to recreating the street-style atmosphere within their casual dining restaurants with flaming woks, fragrant aromas and funky artwork, Wok on Inn delivers top notch Asian street food. And just when you thought they couldn’t get any more delish, Wok on Inn has a new menu. Woo hoo!

Chilli Squid with Sriracha Mayonnaise

The new menu is set to ignite tastebuds and transport diners to the vibrant and bustling streets of Asia.  Offering the cuisines of eight different countries ranging from Thailand to Singapore and China to Mongolia, this new menu serves up an authentic Asian street-style experience.  Produced in collaboration between internationally renowned Sydney-based Executive Chef Nut Kunlert and Thailand-based Iron Chef Chumpol Jangprai, the new menu takes diners back to the roots of Asian cooking with inspiration coming from how their grandmothers made these dishes. Chef Nut says  “We have added salads to the menu and expanded our snacks so diners are able to experience a more diverse and authentic offering at our restaurants.”

Chinese Noodles

Some of the stars on the new menu include Wok on Inn’s new Mee Goreng which uses anchovies as a special ingredient to add texture and crunch as well as chilli, shrimp paste, garlic and tomatoes, forming a beautiful spicy and sweet flavour. Another new favourite is the Chinese Noodles which includes over 25 different ingredients including garlic, ginger, Chinese five spice, soy sauce and Chinese cooking wine, giving it the strong and bold flavours.

Mee Goreng

For  lighter options try something from the new salad menu including the Satay Noodle Salad which  combines homemade peanut sauce with lettuce, red onion and cucumber  and is served with fried egg and prawn crackers. Alternatively, try the delicious Sriracha Salad with homemade Sriracha dressing, toasted cashew nuts with lettuce and vermicelli noodles.

Sriracha Salad

If you are in the mood for a smaller nibble then there are a number of items from the new snack menu which you must try. The new Fried Tofu with Peanut Dipping Sauce, Vegetable Spring Rolls with Chilli Jam Dipping Sauce or Buddha’s Steamed Vegetable Bowl are all must try’s and are also suitable for vegetarians.


Whether you are wanting a casual dinner with friends, a quick and delicious lunch or a quick snack, Wok on Inn’s new menu will transport you to the fragrant, vibrant and bustling streets of Asia.


Website: www.wokoninn.com.au

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