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Far Eastern Wok It opens at BurJuman in Dubai.

Wok It restaurant has opened at the BurJuman Mall in Dubai.

The Far East cuisine inspired restaurant's kitchen is led by Yerson Belhi and offers tastes from Indonesian, Malaysian, Singaporean, Thai, Chinese and Japanese.

Traditional favourites will be served up such as chicken noodle soup, Bakmi or Nasi Goreng, Tom Yum Seafood fried rice and succulent satay. Wok fried dishes are a house speciality.


The restaurant concept was developed by owner Feras Alsalameen, and Chef Yerson Behi who together designed the kitchen and front of house, hand-picked the team and fine-tuned the menu for an authentic experience.

'Street food' is also a big focus and the aim is to deliver a complete experience for two based on an average price point of AED150.

Wok It has 92 seats and is divided into two sections - discreet teak tables with comfortable cream leather armchairs for an initimate or private business meal, or the bench areas, suitable for groups and families to watch the theatrics of the kitchen preparation.

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Publication:Hotelier Middle East
Date:May 9, 2013
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