The Crazy Wok Set consists of 2 skewers, a jar of plum juice and a wok meal. The wok meal requires you to choose a minimum of 6 ingredients to be tossed together and served to you. The 6 ingredients are separately priced, so don’t be fooled by the $9.8 price tag!
The lamb skewers were the first to come out of the kitchen, the portion is decently sized with a total of 5 skewers. However the meat was dry and rather tough. The chicken wings were slightly better. Halfway through our meal, we were asked by the waitress to relocate from our booth to a smaller table in the middle of the restaurant. When we moved to the new spot, the staff didn’t move our utensils or dishes, so I had to awkwardly carry our meals, chopsticks, spoons and cups, weaving between the tables.
After another wait, our wok arrived. I was confused. So was my dad, so much so he asked the waitress to make sure it was what we had ordered. Our meal sat in a metal wok, a weird combination of ingredients shoved together and doused in a sauce. I took one bite and there was only one word that came to mind. SALT. It was the saltiest dish I’ve ever tasted, there was no flavour or taste. Just salt. I struggled another few bites then gave up. After a few bites my dad told me that I had to write a review so no one else wastes money on this restaurant.
Will I Return?