Wok to Walk Opens its New Outlet in Delhi
Wok to Walk Opens its New Outlet in Delhi

Wok to Walk, the international chain of restaurants specializing in Asian cuisine and featuring an open kitchen concept, is expanding its presence in India by opening its latest branch in Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi.


Wok to Walk now operates five locations across India, including Noida, Safdarjung Development Area Market in Delhi, Bhartiya City in Bangalore, and across from Dal Lake in Srinagar, offering a variety of flavorful Asian dishes to cater to Indian tastes.


"We are thrilled to bring the unique Wok to Walk experience to India and to our newest store in Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi. Our mission is to redefine fast food by providing our customers with dishes that are not only fast but also fresh, flavorful, and skillfully crafted. With the launch of our newest outlet, we look forward to sharing the joy of transparency, high-quality ingredients, and delicious creations with the food enthusiasts of Delhi." said, Mr. Anirudh Agarwal, Managing Director of Wok to Walk India.


The distinctive high-heat cooking method ensures that noodles, rice, and fresh ingredients are swiftly stir-fried on-site, guaranteeing that every dish is expertly prepared within minutes.


The star menu items such as the Bali, Hot Asia, Make Your Own Wok, and Spring Rolls, offers an explosion of flavors.


Additionally, Wok to Walk offers convenient home delivery through popular platforms like Zomato and Swiggy.


Wok to Walk empowers its customers with the creative freedom to craft their own customized dishes or opt for renowned classics such as Pad Thai or Yakisoba.


The restaurant places a strong emphasis on transparency, with its open kitchen layout providing a clear view of the entire cooking process. 


With a price range spanning from Rs. 149 to 349, as part of its strategic plan, Wok to Walk intends to extend its presence to tier 1 cities in India by the conclusion of 2024, followed by gradual expansions into additional cities in the future.

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