Walking Through Leeds With A Wok | Wok To Walk Leeds | Gifted

A couple of weeks ago, both me and Jamie were very kindly invited down to Wok To Walk Leeds to come and try some of their delicious Food and Drink, and after having a fantastic time stuffing our Faces full of all of the delicious Food, I thought that I would tell you all about it.

A long rectangular metal counter full of some different square compartments full of some different coloured food with a bright white light over the top of it, on a white background.

A picture of the Wok To Walk Leeds Bar Area.

What is Wok To Walk Leeds?

Wok To Walk Leeds, is an Asian Fusion  Restaurant that serves a wide range of create your own Stir-Fry dishes including Teriyaki Beef and Sweet & Sour Chicken in the heart of Leeds.

How it works.

How it works is that you first choose a Base, which includes things like Egg Fried Noodles, Udon Noodles, Jasmine Rice or a Vegetable Mix. Then you choose your filling, which includes things like Chicken, Beef, Duck, Prawns, Shiitake Mushrooms, Cashew Nuts, Baby Corn and Bamboo Shoots. Then you choose a Sauce, which includes things like Sweet Teriyaki, Garlic & Black Pepper, Hot Soybean and Yellow Curry & Coconut, and then you choose a topping, which includes Fried Onions, Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, Fried Garlic or Coriander. They then cook it to perfection and bring it to your table when it’s done. You can also get it to take out and even order online if you’re in a rush.

What happened when I visited Wok To Walk Leeds.

Once we had arrived in Leeds, and had wandered around for a little while, we eventually headed to Wok To Walk Leeds, which is located next door to Mod Pizza Leeds on Bond Street in Leeds City Centre.

Then once we had walked in to the very modern looking restaurant and had found ourselves a really nice Table in front of a massive Window, we just sat and chatted for a couple of minutes before their incredibly friendly manager came over and said hi. He then started to tell us a little bit about the restaurant, including how it got started, the ingredients that they use and how to order our Food. He then brought us a massive glass of their homemade Lemonade over and said that he hoped that we enjoyed our Food, and that if we needed anything to just shout.

Then after a couple of minutes of us both chatting and sipping our Drinks, Jamie went up to the counter to place our order, and after a couple more minutes of us both chatting, a really friendly Waiter started to bring us our Food over.

What I had to eat and drink at Wok To Walk Leeds.

A tall cylindrical white paper cup full of some bright yellow liquid and a black straw that has wok to walk written in bold black writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Wok To Walk Leeds Lemonade.

The first thing that I had to eat and drink was their homemade Lemonade.

I really liked this, as I thought that it tasted incredibly sour and was pretty much just like sucking on a Lemon. I also really liked that they had added a little bit of Mint to it as I thought that it added a really nice bit of freshness to the sourness of the Lemons, which was perfect as it was really warm outside when we visited.

A tall rectangular bright orange cardboard box full of some bright white egg noodles, some pieces of dark brown Beef, some crispy vegetables and some dark brown sauce on a light wooden table.

A picture of the Wok To Walk Leeds Create Your Own Stir-Fry.

The next thing that I had to eat and drink was their create your own Stir Fry, Egg Fried Noodles, Chicken Katsu, Beef, Baby Corn and Tokyo Sauce topped with Fried Garlic served with fresh Vegetables and a Fried Egg.

I absolutely loved this, as I thought that it had the perfect blend of being both sweet and sour and cool and spicy at the same time, as the Egg Fried Noodles were incredibly soft, the Chicken Katsu was soft and moist yet ever so slightly spicy, the Beef was really tender but still had a little bit of a bite to it, the Baby Corn was really fresh and crunchy and added a nice bit of added texture to everything, the Tokyo Sauce was really sweet and velvety, and the Fried Garlic was really crispy and smokey but wasn’t overly strong. I also really liked that there were little pieces of Fried Egg all throughout the Noodles and that the Vegetables were really fresh and crunchy. I did think that you got quite a lot for your money though, as about half way through the box I was starting to get rather full.

Then once we had finally finished stuffing our Faces full of all of the delicious Food and Drink, we just sat and chatted for a couple of minutes before we eventually decided that it was time to head off. So we said our thank you’s and goodbye’s to all of the really nice staff members that we had met throughout our meal, and headed off back into Leeds to do a little bit of shopping.

I had a fantastic time checking out all of the delicious Food and Drink at Wok To Walk Leeds, and if you’re looking for a great place to grab a quick, tasty and healthy Lunch at a really affordable price, I highly recommend that you check them out.

I was very kindly gifted a meal at Wok To Walk Leeds to review, but all thoughts, opinions, and general ramblings are my own.

Have you checked out Wok To Walk Leeds yet? What did you have? What are some of your favourite affordable places to grab Lunch from? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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