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Review - Wok on Inn


Amie Barbeler comes up with a sure-fire way to beat a hangover at Olympic Park...



The day I dined at Sydney Olympic Park's Wok on Inn, I was in my average state for a Wednesday lunchtime – hungry and hungover – and I couldn't have come to a more appropriate place.



Wok on Inn serves up traditional Asian hawker-style street food. It's vibrant, spicy, inexpensive and much more exciting than a packed lunch.



After my (much perkier than me) lunch-date and I snagged a table in the sun, we started with the Chilli Squid ($5.50) and sriracha Mayonnaise, which we decided we could easily eat fifty of in one sitting.



Tender, spicy and addictive; it definitely outshone the Lemongrass Chicken Cakes ($4.95).



However it was Uncle's Drunken Noodles ($13.95) with beef that really soothed my post-booze belly. The combination of homemade chilli paste tossed with flat rice noodles, beef, basil and egg was exactly what I needed.



While I recounted last night's actions, I picked at my date's delicious Pad Thai ($12.95) with chicken and vowed never to drink again for at least three days.



Wok on Inn
Tenancy 6, corner Dawn Fraser Ave & Olympic Boulevard
Sydney Olympic Park
Ph: (02) 9763 5500

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