Flamin’ Wok

Mandeville’s very own oriental pearl, Flamin’ Wok, is open and ready for business! Your favourite authentic Chinese cuisine is now available for both dining and take-out and The Food Herald couldn’t wait to stop by and experience the ‘Asian persuasion’ first-hand! Between the soothing, low oriental music and the creative Chinese-themed decor, we couldn’t decide which was homier while enjoying a hearty lunch at Flamin’ Wok.

Appetizers

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Let’s get to eating! How can you go out for Chinese and not get the classic appetizers? We tried a wonton soup, fried wontons & spring rolls. The fried wontons were accompanied by a sweet and tangy sauce that had us swooning! This was nothing less than a perfect start to our amazing lunch.

Special Fried Rice

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This was definitely a favorite from the team! What made this dish special was the jumbo shrimp, BBQ pork & chicken inside. Definitely filling enough to have alone, however, there are so many delicious menu options it would be hard to opt to have one dish.

Mallah Tofu

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Vegetarians, this one is for you! Mallah Tofu is certainly a unique menu option that got us very excited and didn’t disappoint. While tofu options are usually a few small squares in a sea of sauce, the chef at Flamin’ Wok was extremely generous with the portions. We were able to savour the succulent tofu squares to our heart’s desire.
Special Chow Mein

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Another classic and a perfect option for a quick lunchtime snack. This dish was jam-packed with sizeable chunks of chicken and lots of tasty veggies. And let’s not even talk about the portions!

Sweet & Sour Chicken

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Flamin’ Wok’s twist on this classic dish was definitely not what we expected but we were certainly pleased. This dish features succulent chicken bites in a crispy batter, covered in a sharp sweet & sour sauce.

Orange Shrimp

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Definitely the most charismatic dish of the afternoon! Served hot and ready, these juicy pieces of jumbo shrimp were coated in a crunchy batter and served with an enchanting sweet and tangy sauce. This spunky option comes packed with a lot of personality and is definitely not for the faint of heart.

Contributing Writers: Denille Ashwood & Trishauna Russell

Edited by: Trishauna Russell

Photography by: Romario Lynch

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