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August 25, 2006
From journal Amsterdam, The Netherlands
December 18, 2005
This is an incredibly inexpensive way to respond in the most gratifying way to your appetite for food. Wok Walk is a Dutch chain of Oriental fast food that can easily stand up against the usual Western giants of KFC, Burger King, McDonald's, etc. Meals are served in a square paper carton (which can be used for takeaway as well). Portions are absolutely massive and will satisfy even the most demanding client. You pay €5 for your basic portion of either rice or noodles, then another €1,5 for the accompanying meat (i.e. chicken, pork, beef, shrimp, etc.), and then you ask your favourite sauce as well, which is free of charge (i.e. sweet and sour, black bean, teriyaki, etc.). Try the noodles with chicken and teriyaki sauce!!
There is a Wok Walk branch on Leidsestraat, near Leidseplein Square. There is another one on a vertical road off Damrak. As you come from the Central Station, pass the Easy Internet café, turn on the first right, and walk pass the junction with Nieuwendijk and Wok Walk is on your right, next to a coffeeshop!!
From journal Amsterdam-A Forward Thinking City