As a family, we’ve been involved in Edmonton’s restaurant community for many years. In keeping with this tradition, we created Wok N’ Go in 2004 because, while there are many options in Edmonton and surrounding areas for tasty Chinese food which everyone loves, we found it was difficult to find a restaurant that offered its customers the taste, convenience, value and professionalism we’ve come to expect all in one establishment.
My wife and I were both raised in traditional Chinese homes and we both immigrated from Hong Kong at a very young age. Growing up and eventually raising our own three children in Edmonton, we’ve enjoyed a distinctly Canadian life style, while proudly keeping and sharing many of our Chinese customs with family and friends. We created the Wok N’ Go concept with this history in mind. We wanted to combine delicious traditional Chinese food that reflected our heritage with the fast-paced, fun and convenient aspects of the Canadian life style that are just as much a part of who we are.
You can see the Wok N’ Go difference as soon as you enter one of our restaurants. From our large, easy to understand menus to our inviting open-kitchen concept, we’re committed to delivering the Fresh, Fast and Fun Chinese Food experience to all of our customers. When you come into our restaurant you are in essence walking into our kitchen, where you can watch our chefs prepare your dishes. Your food is cooked from scratch when it is ordered and never pre-made. This process allows us to have your meal ready in minutes using only the freshest ingredients.
As family has been such a central element of the Wok N’ Go concept, it is important to us that we continue to operate our restaurant not only with the consistent professionalism our customers have come to expect but also with a commitment to family values and friendships. At Wok N’ Go we uphold these values through our business hours and by closing for all major holidays. Today, the Wok N’ Go family has expanded and is co-owned by several close friends who’ve believed in and are equally committed to the Wok N’ Go difference.