Wok Box

Ones to Watch: Wok Box Fresh Asian Kitchen

Wok Box Fresh Asian Kitchen is bringing the cuisine of 10 different countries—Thailand, Malaysia, Mongolia, Singapore, Korea, China, Japan, India, Cambodia, and Vietnam—to a growing number of U.S. regions.

Wok Box first opened in Edmonton, Alberta, slightly more than a decade ago. The concept expanded throughout Canada before entering the U.S. in 2012. There are seven Wok Box stores open in the U.S.—in Phoenix, Dallas, and Orlando—and plans are to add 15 more stores in 2015, in those markets as well as Denver, Chicago, and Detroit.

Wok Box Fresh Asian Kitchen Set to Sizzle in U.S.


Wok Box Fresh Asian Kitchen is set to continue expansion into the U.S. Having already developed the majority of major centers in Canada over the past five years, the Vancouver-based concept is entering several select U.S. markets. With stores already open in Arizona and Oregon and several others under various stages of development in Florida and Texas, company plans call for adding 10 new U.S. restaurants in 2014, and having a total of 100 operating stores in the next few years.

Wok Box Celebrates the Holiday with Store Opening

Wok Box is pleased to announce the official opening of its location in Gilbert, Arizona. Situated in the heart of Maricopa County, this location is the second Wok Box restaurant in the market and 51st open store worldwide. Wok Box is known for its Asian influenced dishes and flavor profiles from more than 10 different countries.


Wok Box Coming to the U.S.

Wok Box is expanding into the United States with the signing of its first franchise agreements in Arizona and Oregon.

The new Asian quick service stores will open in the first quarter of 2012.

The concept sets itself apart from other quick service chains by offering innovative, upscale, fresh, and healthy Asian dishes made from natural ingredients and inspired by flavors from countries such as Thailand, Mongolia, Korea, Malaysia, India, Japan, and Vietnam.

Customer favorites include Butter Chicken, Thai Curry, Miso Ramen, and Kung Pao.