Wok&Roll with Wok2Go

When you’re always on the go, it can sometimes be exhausting leading to loss of productivity. You have no time to prepare for your own food especially a well balanced diet. I recently discovered a new restaurant that will solve this problem. Wok2Go specializes with fresh, fast and fun meals that will surely produce a great gastronomic experience.

The storefront is very unique from other surrounding restaurants. The catchy mural in the bus-like open kitchen area was designed by Dee Jae Paeste. The design conveys what the restaurant owners would like to say to its customers: Eat Good, Feel Good.

Wok2Go Storefront

You can customize your own Wok2Go fried rice depending on your cravings. Here are the simple steps:

Step 1: Select your sauce: you can select from their signature flavors such as Sinigang (Philippines) and Pepper (Hongkong)

Step 2: Select your fiber. It can be mixed vegetables, rice noodles, red and white rice.

Step 3: Choose your meat. It can be pork, beef, chicken, shrimp or squid.

You can also include add ons like fried tofu and broccoli.

Wok2Go Guide

Here are some of the combinations I tried with the help of Mr. Kim Garcia:

(L-R)  Beef Pepper Mixed Vegetables Rice, Rujak Rice Noodle with Shrimp and Squid and Sinigang Red Rice with Fried Tofu

The goal of the restaurant is to make you eat and feel good. It also caters to busy professionals like me as it gives quality hot meals in just few minutes!

Wok2Go is located at 2F Venice Piazza Mall, McKinley Hill, Taguig City, Philippines. They are open everyday from 11 AM to 11 PM.

You can reach them through their social media pages:
Facebook: Wok2GoPH
Instagram: wok2go_ph

The verdict: It’s an ACE!
The Tennis Foodie’s favorite: Sinigang Red Rice with Fried Tofu and Beef Pepper Mixed Vegetables Rice

35 thoughts on “Wok&Roll with Wok2Go”

  1. What a great idea! I like that you get to choose all your own flavours like that and the bus front store is so eye catching! Looks lovely, glad you enjoyed it!

  2. I am all in for any restaurant that makes food for the busy professional. We have a similar style one here where you pick your noodles, meat/veg and your spice level. It’s fun to change it up and make a more interesting one.

  3. Wow, this sounds great. I would try that fried tofu. We used to have a Wok and Roll restaurant in our city that was pretty good, but it is no more. We have other option but it’s not as tasty.

  4. Reminds me of the States! Chinese food in those cute little boxes bought in a little hole-in-the-wall Chinese Resto. I will definitely visit Wok2Go when I fly to Manila this month. I can’t wait!

  5. I love all of the different things you can do here. I used to wok fry things around my house and it was some of my favorite food growing up. The noodle with shrimp does sound amazing.

  6. I’d definitely get my food from them if I’m ever in the area. I love the vibe that storefront has, and I love how fast and fresh it sounds.

  7. that’s so cool. reminds me of a quick service restaurant you find in malls around here where you choose your ingredients and they pan fry your noodles dish. don’t laugh (or do!) but i was reading your post and the ad showed someone plugging an electrical cord into an outlet and i thought — oh wow you do it yourself 😉 hehehe silly me. hope that made you smile amidst all the craziness. stay safe.

  8. This looks like a great place to try when in the Philippines. I love great tasting quick food, especially when there is lots to explore. Hopefully, I will get to the Philippines someday soon.

    Ashlee | ashleemoyo.com

  9. I love the design of the restaurant. I wish I had something like this in my city, fast food in here is everything but healthy

  10. That looks like a complete meal in a box. Perfect for take outs or for those days when I get lazy to make dinner for the family. I love that you can customize it according to your preferences. I’d like mine with lots of shrimp and tofu. Yummy.

  11. An awesome fried rice. I love the fact that I have different options to try out on different days by changing the ingredients.

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