A popular Scottsdale Chinese food and sushi restaurant has opened a second location near downtown Phoenix.
Wok ‘N Roll, owned by restaurateur Scott Stuart, is now open in the strip mall located on the east side of Central Avenue just south of Thomas Road. The space was previously home to Siu Wok Chinese Restaurant.
The original location of the music-themed restaurant on Miller Road opened in June 2018. Now, almost three years later, the local business has expanded.
“Wok ‘N Roll combines two of my passions: great Asian food and classic rock ‘n roll,” Stuart said in a news release about the new location.
The name seeks to combine those two concepts and at both locations of the restaurant; the decor is inspired by music and includes posters and guitars.
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What’s on the Wok ‘N Roll menu?
Wok ‘N Roll’s menu includes a variety of Chinese and Japanese dishes including build-your-own noodle bowls, pot stickers and sushi. Other offerings include tuna poke and chicken wings.
A cocktail menu offers drinks with names inspired by songs. Drink options include:
- 2 Tickets 2 Paradise: Absolut Mandarin, Aperol, and Wok ‘N Roll White Ale.
- Smokin’ in the Boys Room: Japanese Suntory Toki Whisky, Lillet Blanc and Domine De Canton ginger liqueur infused with rosemary smoke.
- Bohemian Rhapsody: Ginger vodka, blood orange liqueur, lemon juice, lemongrass syrup and club soda.
Sake, beer and wine are also available.
The music theme continues through the dining experience from cocktails to the final bill, which is given to customers on an 8-track tape.
The new restaurant is now open, but is still seeking to hire staff. Open positions include hosts, wok cooks, sushi chefs and bussers. Those looking to apply should do so at the restaurant from 10:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays.
Details: 2801 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. 602-230-2960, woknrollaz.com. Open 11 a.m-9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
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