Wok In A Box

July 27, 2013 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Wok In A Box
Corner Of Charles Street And North Terrace
South Australia 5000

Corner Of King William Street And Hindley Street
South Australia 5000

231 South Road
South Australia 5008

37 Jetty Road
South Australia 5045

84 Glen Osmond Road
South Australia 5063

259 Unley Road
South Australia 5061

210 The Parade
South Australia 5067


Quick And Tasty Australian Chinese Stir Fry

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 8
Ambience & Setting: 6
Food & Beverage: 8
Service: 8
Value for Money: 8
Spent about SGD $12 / AUD $10 per person.


Wok In A Box is an Asian fusion cafe / restaurant that was founded in 2002 in Norwood, Adelaide. Specialising in quick, cooked to order Chinese inspired food by trained chefs, using fresh locally sourced quality ingredients, Wok In A Box has seen success with its franchise business.

Ambience at Wok In A Box is slightly above average, as most customers prefer to order take away. Floor space is small and limited, meaning that seats and furniture are few, similar to a bar counter. Part of the appeal of Wok In A Box is seeing the chefs prepare your food upon order.

Service at Wok In A Box is fast and efficient. Place your order, then watch as the chefs cook it quickly over hot woks. Staff are generally friendly. Wok In A Box also offers catering and delivery, as well as the option to customise your order with gluten-free or nut-free.

Food at Wok In A Box consists mainly of rice or noodles, with various options of meat and vegetables, cooked in a sauce. Besides the popular available options of noodles and rice on the menu, Wok In A Box also allows you to customise your own order, by picking your own toppings and ingredients. Good concept, and pretty fun as well.


Actual floor space here is limited, with the open kitchen taking up half the space, and a small bar counter for dining taking up the other half. Many people order take away.

Wok In A Box Exterior

Wok In A Box Interior

Wok In A Box Signage

Brochure Cover

Catering And Take Away Menu

Wok In A Box Address And Contact

Box Front

Box Back

Asia Fresh


Wok In A Box Menu Boards

Prawn Crackers And Dipping Sauces

The Salt And Pepper Squid is served in a box of 6 pieces, on a bed of fresh salad, garnished with a slice of lemon. This battered and deep fried appetizer is crispy and juicy, with good taste from the fresh squid hoods, and seasoning of salt, pepper, chinese 5-spice powder and chili.

Salt And Pepper Squid 01

Salt And Pepper Squid 02

The version of Singapore Noodles here is a quick stir fry of thin rice noodles, pork slices, shrimp, egg, onions, carrots, bean sprouts, bell peppers, lemon juice and a mild instant curry sauce. Tasty, but too salty after awhile.

Singapore Noodles 01

Singapore Noodles 02

The Honey Soy Chicken consists of diced cubes of chicken, tossed with a mix of soy sauce, honey, cashew nuts, onions and green beans, and served on a bed of white rice.

Honey Soy Chicken 01

Honey Soy Chicken 02


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