Renowned noodle restaurant comes to Islington
A new northern taste of the orient has arrived in Islington.
Wokon, a successful noodle bar from Yorkshire has opened a first London branch in Goswell Road last Monday.
All the food contains fresh ingredients and is cooked fresh in front of you using a traditional Chinese wok over an open flame.
Meals are ready in five minutes and served in little cardboard boxes, as seen in many a 90s Hollywood film.
The new restaurant is the fourth in the Wokon empire, one of which was named best take-away in the north.
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A large box of noodles, rice, salad or soup costs �5.49.
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