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$20 for $40 Worth of Asian Cuisine
Traditional Chinese entrees include Szechuan-style crispy beef ($13.95) and hunan crispy whole fish ($16.95). Sushi chefs roll specialties such as the flying-dragon roll with eel, avocado, and cucumber ($15) or nest a spicy tuna roll, spicy salmon roll, and spicy california roll together in the spicy-roll combo platter ($13.95). See the full menu.
Wok and Roll
Under red droplights that resemble Chinese paper lanterns, seared tuna glistens atop a Rising Sun roll. On the other side of the sushi bar, a uniformed chef slices more fresh fish, packing it into 1 of 17 specialty rolls that grace Wok and Roll’s menu. Out of view from the dining room’s lacquered tables and rows of sake, a wok sizzles with chow mein and rice noodles, the other half of Wok and Roll’s pan-Asian offerings. Dishes such as peking duck and hong kong shrimp-wonton soup source recipes from across China and pair with beers from Thailand, Singapore, and Japan, as well as with daiquiris mined from the Earth’s liquid fruit core.
“Listen to your server. The portions are huge especially if you also have sushi before or with your meak”
“We had a family of 5. They automatically added 18% gratuity whether or not I liked it. Then the receipt actually had a line for tip?! Other than that, the fried...”
“We had a family of 5. They automatically added 18% gratuity whether or not I liked it. Then the receipt actually had a line for tip?! Other than that, the fried rice was tasteless but the low mein was very good. They are very big portions and was good for sharing. ”
“Not the best Chinese food I've ever had but definitely the best in DC's Chinatown. ”
604 H Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001Get Directions