Since 2003, Wok n Roll has been creating a unique blend of Chinese and Japanese cultures in culinary form. Their self-described signature dishes include: Creamy Lobster, a grilled lobster with cream sauce; Wanton Prawn, 5 pieces of fried prawns with wanton and a mix of herbs; The Tani-Ma salad, comprised of Shrimp, lettuce, Edamame, avocado and a sweet sauce; and lastly, Kinomi ice cream, which is a scoop of ice cream served with fresh seasonal berries, sauce, and nice (if obligatory) sprig of mint. In addition to the cooked dishes however, is a perfectly executed menu of sushi that will keep you munching for days.
Wok n Roll is located in Jabriya block 3A, (2531 4240), and at the 1st Avenue – The Avenues (2259 7046), and Mahboula – Light Tower (9099 6868). Follow them on Twitter and Instagram @woknrollkw or visit www.woknroll.com.kw.
Check out the full bazaar magazine review from April of 2014 at WOK’N GOOD TIME: A Culinary Union Of Two Cultures.