Wok&Go has opened its doors for business at Wolverhampton’s award-winning i10 office and retail development.
The UK’s number one noodle bar chain continues to grow globally and has taken over one of the retail units on the ground floor.
The multi-million pound showpiece i10 building next to the train station was completed in December 2015 and forms part of the city’s £132 million Interchange plans.
Wok&Go was established in 2007, delivering fresh food on-site by skilled chefs that captures a love of the taste, aromas and overall experience of Asian dining in New York City.
Wok&Go Managing Director, Des Pheby, said: “The location of i10 is ideal for us and being next to the bus and train stations will provide good footfall. A lot of investment is being made in Wolverhampton and it seems like a good time to open a branch there. We have opened in similar places up and down the country, like Hull, and feel the concept will go down well in the city, particularly with the thousands of students.”