Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup is just the perfect dish to fill you up for lunch. Make room for dessert and order sticky rice, mango, and coconut cream, a classic Thai delicacy.
Enjoy a bowl of wonton chicken noodle soup to warm you up at dinner. Add Tom Yam Kung for a twist of its hot and sour taste.
NOT GOOD AT ALL! I came here with my family in search of Asian food, and I ordered a couple of meals, all of which were disappointing, since nothing was tasty . The spring rolls were bland, and they weren't hot or fresh. The chicken noodles soup didn't taste good, but the scent was so awful that it made me lose my appetite. Udon noodles were disgusting and tasted like baby food.the texture of the sauce was so thick that I thought it was curry , the stir fiend beef noodle were fine not better from the instant noodles you cook at home , the stir fried seafood had 3 pieces of shrimp and looked so mushy , honestly the only thing that was okay was the rice . Service was good but wouldn’t go there again nor recommend it .
We were referred to Wox by friends and we were not disappointed. From the warm welcome to the fresh, abundantly tasty dishes, value for money and good service, Wox is easily a repeatable outing. The menu - in my humble opinion - works like a tapas menu, and so we ordered a selection of small dishes to share. The flavours are alive, and present, and the textures fresh and more-ish. Dessert is the absolute winner here - try everything! For me, the only downside was accessibility for parking - as it’s not clearly marked, we ended up parking quite a walk from the hotel. It is not clear if there is valet parking or not, and when we asked at the reception of the hotel, they seemed unsure. Nevertheless, it was a great evening! In summary: Menu: • variety: 4/5 • quality: 4/5 Service: • hospitality: 5/5 • attentiveness: 5/5 Setting: • ambience: 3/5 • comfort & accessibility: 3/5 • privacy: 3/5 • social distancing considerations: 4/5 Value for money: 5/5 Would we go back? Definitely worth going again.