I have received numerous recommendations to check out Wok to Walk and I too was eager to find out more about an Amsterdam stir-fry noodle in Sofia, Bulgaria. The concept is as easy as 1, 2, 3…. You pick a type of noodle or rice, select some toss-ins, then a sauce.
The interior is asian-y orange and industrial, complete with some nice bamboo. While the design is nice, the lay out and traffic flow inside was not well thought out. At lunch time, there is a cluster of people trying to place and pick up their order. The flow is chaotic and not smooth. They have two woks going simultaneously and a third on standby. Each dish needs about 2 minutes to be prepared in the wok, so when it is busy it can be not quite so fast food.
You have a pretty decent selection of toss-ins…
A variety of sauces…
All wok-ed right in front of you!
I visited Wok to Walk on two occasions. The first time I ordered the peanut sauce “Bali”… it was not good. I love peanut sauce and consider myself a connoisseur, but it didn’t hit the spot. Listening to people rave, I assumed I made the wrong choice, so my next trip I selected “Beijing”, a typical brown oyster sauce and it was significantly better. I was really excited about how tasty it was and that fact that it is a franchise… it should be rather consistent. I will return soon, but when I don’t have my car because it is not convenient for finding nearby parking!
8, Vitosha Blvd,
1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Sunday to Thursday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday & Saturday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM