Chinese Cuisine or Catering Services from City Wok (Up to 52% Off). Three Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Chefs craft healthy, made-to-order Chinese dishes in an open kitchen; caterers supply half and full trays of menu items

The Fine Print

Expires May 15th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Pre-order required for carryout or catering. Not valid for delivery or lunch specials. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $15 for $30 worth of Chinese cuisine
  • $20 for $42 worth of Chinese cuisine for four or more people
  • $49 for $100 toward catering services

Menu highlights include chicken lettuce cups with water chestnuts and scallions ($7.50), City Wok chicken with housemade special orange sauce ($7.95), and pad thai noodles with chicken and shrimp ($8.95).

City Wok offers 6- and 12-dish trays for a 20% discount off of menu prices. Orders of fewer than 3 dishes are sold at menu prices.

City Wok

When Stuart Davis opened the first City Wok in North Hollywood in 1990, he had already been honing the restaurant’s concept for three years. He envisioned a stylish, casual restaurant where chefs created fresh, healthy versions of authentic Chinese dishes to order in an open kitchen. The problem? Davis lacked a background in traditional Chinese cooking. Enter Hing Fan Chan, a professional chef trained in Kowloon, China. “It was a 50-50 collaboration,” Davis told Restaurant Hospitality magazine in 2003: Chan brought traditional recipes to City Wok, and worked with Davis to create healthy, MSG-free versions of authentic dishes. Their collaboration paid off: in 2011, City Wok earned Palm Springs Life’s award for the area’s Best Chinese Restaurant.

Today, flames surge as chefs tend woks in chrome-lined open kitchens. In the dining room, customers relax as they wait for servers to arrive with dishes such as a spicy kung pao combo or house lo mein. A breakfast menu features creative wok scrambles and moo shoo burritos, bringing Chinese flavors to morning meals without the hassle of stealing a Concorde.

City Wok

When Stuart Davis opened the first City Wok in North Hollywood in 1990, he had already been honing the restaurant’s concept for three years. He envisioned a stylish, casual restaurant where chefs created fresh, healthy versions of authentic Chinese dishes to order in an open kitchen. The problem? Davis lacked a background in traditional Chinese cooking. Enter Hing Fan Chan, a professional chef trained in Kowloon, China. “It was a 50-50 collaboration,” Davis told Restaurant Hospitality magazine in 2003: Chan brought traditional recipes to City Wok, and worked with Davis to create healthy, MSG-free versions of authentic dishes. Their collaboration paid off: in 2011, City Wok earned _Palm Springs Life_’s award for the area’s Best Chinese Restaurant.

Today, flames surge as chefs tend woks in chrome-lined open kitchens. In the dining room, customers relax as they wait for servers to arrive with dishes such as a spicy kung pao combo or house lo mein. A breakfast menu features creative wok scrambles and moo shoo burritos, bringing Chinese flavors to morning meals without the hassle of stealing a Concorde.

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