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General Info
Fire Wok is an eating establishment that offers a range of food items and beverages for lunch and dinner. It is a casual dining restaurant that specializes in Asian cuisine. The restaurant offers a variety of chicken, beef and seafood dishes. It has been in operation since 2003 and serves fried rice with coconut and raisins. Fire Wok s menu features a selection of starters, wontons and soups. The restaurant provides lettuce wraps and spring and egg rolls. Its menu also includes noodle and chicken salads. The restaurant serves wines and domestic and imported beers. Fire Wok offers takeout and catering services.

Regular Hours

Barq's, Mott's, Popeye's, Popeyes, Smucker's, Welch's
Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, master card, visa
Price Range
Huebner Oaks Shopping Ctr
Northwest Side
Chinese Restaurants, Caterers, Asian Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Chinese

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes


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Kellty A.



I would not recommend this restaurant. I had been there in the past, but today it was horrible. The service was slow; the person who took our order did not understand what we ordered; the floors were sticky; the fountain drink area was filthy; the pieces of lettuce from the lettuce wraps were dripping with water, which left a large puddle on our plate; the iced tea tasted awful-like soap and cleaning products. When I complained about the iced tea, the young lady who worked there said oh well, I don't do the ice tea. The entire restaurant felt dirty and unmanaged. I won't be returning. 7/31/16

Rick D


Provided by Citysearch - 
Not On Their Game Today

Went in for the second time, intent on creating my own stir fry. It's a good idea in theory, but in practice not so much. I should have left the ingredients to the people who know what sauces go with which vegatables and meats. The staff seemed to have a problem with the computerized cash register, not remembering orders, so I had to remind the cashier what I had paid for. The patron next to me got served an extra entree that I overheard her say she had cancelled. As I was finishing my meal, having eaten all the meat but with plenty of rice left, I decided to wash my hands. In the short time it took to walk to the bathroom, find the door locked, and return to my table, the cashier had already hastily started clearing my table. Without the slightest consideration as to whether I was taking the very generous portion of fried rice home. Foam to-go plates are provided in the self-service area, by the way, so it is obviously common practice to take stuff home. Not the best value in town either, but what I noticed was a lot of carry-out orders being picked up by people that had phoned in their order. So it must be good. Just beware of overly zealous and semi-competent cashiers.



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Crisp and fresh Chinese Food, chosen by you and wok fried at your direction!

If you, like me, like your vegetables very crisp and fresh and you are tired of getting dishes filled with veggies that appear to have been overdone by a factor of many, you will like this place. Its also wonderful because, since they do the wok fry to order, you can add or substract whatever you like from a dish or simply tell them what ingredients you would like included and what type of sauce. Both white and brown rice are available. I moved here from Northern California and have missed the wide variety of Chinese food we had there. I have tried most of the areas ""recommended"" restaurants without great pleasure. This restaurant allows me to satisfy my Chinese cravings.

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