Unlike a fork and knife, a pair of chopsticks requires only one hand, allowing you to carbo-load as you break the world record for waving at cars. Say hello to this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Asian Food
Select from a menu of fast-casual Asian food, such as crab rangoon ($1.09 for three), mongolian beef with onions ($4.99), pad thai with shrimp ($5.29), or sweet-and-sour chicken ($4.79). Combination plates ($5.69) let diners combine two entrees, such as general tso’s chicken and vegetable teriyaki. Diners may add an appetizer and a regular-size drink for $2.19.
Since its founding in 1983, Magic Wok’s open-style kitchens have entertained onlookers and delighted taste buds with meals cooked-to-order in the establishment’s namesake pan. Founder Sutas Pipatjarasgit’s guiding principle–that all dishes must be freshly made–empowers diners to customize each menu item to their personal tastes, dropping disliked vegetables from stir fries or adding extra meat to hearty bowls of noodles. Seven locations around Ohio and one in southeastern Michigan make acquisition of Magic Wok’s fast, fresh fare an easy task for mall-goers, students at the University of Toledo, or hungry octopi with very long arms.