Wok Up Menu

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  • Alex B.

    Order this through Eat24, food was good, order chow fun. (Chow me in but with flat noodles) it was good! Even though they forgot my second order, they were polite and friendly.

    (4)
  • Robert K.

    Our favorite Chinese restaurant in the area. Very friendly staff and fast service. My favorite dish is the lemon pepper chicken.

    (5)
  • Dulcina S.

    Food was good had yellow curry and pad Thai. Service was good also. Two entrees and drinks with refills to go all under 20$

    (4)
  • Alison S.

    Excellent delivery Chinese food, best in the east valley and very quick service. Potstickers are fantastic! House chicken is excellent too!

    (5)
  • Selyna F.

    I have been ordering delivery from Wok up on my cheat days and it was better than what I thought it was going to be , I first ordered the sweet and sour and asked for the Sauce on the side and I got the crab puffs and I was more than pleased ! They batter the chicken how it should be they don't over batter like other places where it's a big piece and once you bite into it it's like a small cube of chicken lol anyways I would recommend this place for delivery over other Chinese delivery spots in the mesa area, ALWAYS GET THE SAUCE ON THE SIDE I promise you will not regret it ! I would recommend the following: Orange chicken Sweet and sour chicken or pork Mongolian Chicken pao chicken Pha thai Crab puffs Chicken egg rolls I would have gave them 5 stars but the chicken lettuce wraps were not good i was very sad about that but other than that good place !!!

    (4)
  • Jamie M.

    Thumbs up on that crab puffs, beef lo mein, and Mongolian beef. I was disappointed in the orange chicken...soggy and not much flavor. The sweet and sour sauce tasted like ketchup even with a whole packet of hot mustard mixed in. Everything else was good though so I'd definitely give it another shot!

    (3)
  • Crystal Claire H.

    When this restaurant first opened the business, the owner(s) gave out amazing deal for first time customers, and I know that was when I got hooked with their flavorful lunch specialties. What I have tried so far is Pad Thai, Sweet and Sour Chicken Lunch Special, and the Chow Fun, but I'm impressed most with the Calamari and Bell pepper+onions. The portion is decent and the price is good for the serving size. Bathroom is clean and always maintained. Cashiers will always welcome you with a smile and friendly small talks, while offering extra condiments and drinks upon request. I'm seriously a fan of this place.

    (5)
  • S J.

    Happy spring to my fellow yelper foodies :) Ok... So you know how all those menus pile up on your front door waiting to be read... And finally one day you succumb and finally glance thru them? That's how my review starts! Found a menu for WOK UP and wanting some Chinese decided to glance a little deeper into the menu and found some curious dishes. I grabbed my tablet and reached out to my fellow yelpers . The reviews were pretty mixed so I gave in and tried a few yelper recommended items. The young man who answered the phone was pleasant and offered suggestions when I asked. Although he said the " Spicy coconut soup" was hit or miss he admitted he never tried it as he doesn't care for spicy... Thank you your honesty! I ordered it hoping it would be a hit... Not a miss... Also ordered sweet/sour chicken and potstickers ( which one reviewer said was great). I asked very nicely almost in a begging way to make sure everything was hot and fresh... He assured me they make the food to order...just what I hoped to hear! I even let him know that I am super picky and that I am a Yelper! Thinking back now I guess I did forget ( when asking for it to be hot/fresh) to ask them to deliver the whole order! I guess you know where I am going with this...? Ding dong... A reasonable amount of time later the food arrived. I was pretty excited to try that soup... I will say the soup was hot temperature wise and had a kick that burned ever so slightly down my throat but other than the burn there was not much taste. There was one small shrimp and 2 pieces of chicken. The sweet and sour chicken was ok... Your average stuff... Nothing great nothing bad. And the pot stickers???? Wait... I know I just paid cash for them? Hmmmmm Now I am bothered by being inconvenienced by having to call and tell them they forgot the pot stickers... Of course they offered to send some out. Again I asked to make sure they were hot and fresh and I was assured they would make new ones. No offer made for their mess up.... Got the pot stickers after dinner was over... of course... And in all honesty is was not only the worst looking pot stickers I have seen in my many years of life but also the worst tasting! They were hard and tasteless . I am sure dining in is a whole different experience but for delivery/ take out... No thanks! Will we try again? Nope... No reason to... We have HOT WOK (ray/McQueen) close and it is the same average Chinese fare but HOT WOK is closer to us... Food is consistent... Employees are super friendly and they cater to a customers wants. And I think it's even a buck or so cheaper! Remember as always... Never go by one persons experience.... Try it for yourself... You be the judge! So for now... Bon Appetite'

    (2)
  • R L.

    It's good Chinese food. It's fresh and they are really nice there. I just don't like it enough to go back a third time. Again nothing bad it's just not the right taste for me. I love Chinese food and would rather go to a local place than a chain. I've had the orange chicken spicy and I've had the teriyaki chicken. Again not bad but not the greatest.

    (3)
  • B b.

    I will not even try this place due to them putting flyers on my door more than once after I have told them to stop. They tape it over the lock so I cant get in without moving it.

    (1)
  • Shelly S.

    I came to Wok Up back in November when I visiting my relatives for Thanksgiving, but never got a chance to write a review. I was recommended to Wok Up by a relative of mine when I said I wanted some authentic Chinese food. This place did not disappoint! Customer Service (5 stars) The customer service here is great, the waiters are very attentive and very sweet. I had trouble deciding on what to order, which means I was staring at the menu for quite some time. The waiter was very patient with me and even recommended me their popular dishes! Food (5 stars) I had the spicy coconut soup. I was very hesitant in ordering this since I can't handle extremely spicy food, but this was not that spicy at all! It was spicy enough to taste but not too overpowering. I would highly recommending this especially on a cold night. The beef broccoli was so delicious! There were perfect amount of sauce to have the perfect flavor. The beef was cooked just right, it was not overcooked unlike the other Chinese restaurants around the area. The food portion is decent especially for the low price! Everything I ordered tasted authentic and delicious! Parking (5 stars) This restaurant is in a plaza, so there's plenty of parking spaces! Overall (5 stars) I will definitely come back to Wok Up when I'm in town again. The food is comparable to the food in LA! I would highly recommend this restaurant. They also do delivery and take-out, so that's a plus.

    (5)
  • Jayde L.

    The food is really really good here. Granted I haven't had everything on the menu, but what I have had was delicious. I recommend the Yellow Curry and Thai Basil. The Hot and Sour Soup is also very good and the Crab Puffs are delightful, as well. They don't serve booze, but I guess I don't always have to drink, lol.

    (5)
  • Lisa C.

    So excited to try something new but I gotta tell you the food was bland. Excellent speedy delivery but the food not so good. I have a family of 6. We all ordered something different along with egg rolls and crab puffs. No flavor to any of the dishes. Not even the fried rice. Although, I liked the crab puffs even though they were xtra crispy. So disappointed. Never again.

    (1)
  • Brandy S.

    We finally decided to try this place out yesterday and I'm glad we did! I had ordered the orange chicken and my boyfriend ordered the teriyaki chicken and we also ordered the crab puffs as an appetizer. The food was all very good! I actually really enjoyed my boyfriends teriyaki chicken. I will definitely get that next time we go. The crab puffs were very tasty. We also didn't have to wait very long for anything we had ordered. The staff was very friendly and attentive. They were on top of getting our drinks refilled and they would sop by to make sure everything was well. The restaurant was very clean looking. The only thing that was weird was the decor. The front desk area looked really nice and the rest of the place kinda looked like it was unfinished. I will definitely be back to this place. I think next time I will try their delivery service. I'm glad I've found a good Chinese food restaurant so close to my house!

    (5)
  • Lillie H.

    Really impressed, for many reasons. 1. They we're open when a mid Sunday afternoon Chinese food craving hit. 2. They delivered super fast. 3. Guy answering the phone was easy to communicate with and accurately accepted my order. 4.the food is delicious which should be # 5 & 6.. It's my ONLY delivery spot now I will be back.. Best general Tao chicken EVER.

    (5)
  • Michael R.

    I eat here all the time. The food here is great stuff; It will knock your socks off. It's a little bit pricey, but if you want top quality (which this place delivers), you've got to pay for it. For them that don't know, the Wok Up serves mostly Chinese food with a few Thai and Indian dishes thrown in for variety. My own personal favorites are the kung pao shrimp and the General Tso's chicken, which are both to die for. The orange chicken is great, too. Though almost every dish I've tried here has been excellent (and I've tried a lot of them) the pot stickers, strangely, were the worst I've ever had: they were soggy with grease, utterly flavorless and tasted like eating Styrofoam. For that I'm knocking off one star. I also didn't like the Thai curries here, but that probably has a lot more to do with me not liking Thai curries in general than it does with Wok Up's execution of those dishes, so I'm not going to dock any stars for that. In short, if you eat here, just stay away from the pot stickers and you really can't go wrong. ETA: I forgot to mention that as long as you live reasonably close to the restaurant, they will deliver for a small fee. So now you have even less excuse to not give it a try.

    (4)
  • Jo L.

    We used GrubHub.com to place our order and it was so easy. The food arrived in under the time promised and our delivery driver was very friendly. All of our special requests were fulfilled and the portions were generous! Very delicious! I had the lettuce wraps and my husband and son ate teriyaki chicken, one with fried rice and one with white. We also ordered a side of crab puffs. We were provided with ample sauces and fortune cookies, too. Plenty left over for dinner! We will definitely be ordering again!

    (5)
  • Cindy C.

    Absolutely the best Hot & Sour soup!!! All the other food we've ordered has been great too. I believe there are some misunderstandings when ordering over the phone (language/accent) but those don't detract from the great food.

    (5)
  • Kalnisha T.

    I ordered orange chicken with fried rice, teriyaki chicken with lo mein and 2 spring rolls... I ordered delivery and they said it would take an hour, the restaurant is only 1.2 miles away, so it seemed a bit ridiculous time frame... They did arrive a lil early, at only 43 minutes into the hour... The lunch specials come with a small green salad tossed in Miso dressing, which is delicious, but the lettuce itself was on the brink of being old and shouldn't have been used unless it was in your own home... The orange chicken didn't taste like any I've ever had, but it was still tasty... The fried rice was nothing more than the steamed rice with some egg and veggies thrown in it... They weren't cooked together so the flavors didn't infuse, wouldn't order it again... The teriyaki chicken was blandly cooked, no seasoning at all and then just drowned in teriyaki sauce, wouldn't order this again either... The lo mein was decent, nothing to brag about... The best part of the meal were the spring rolls... They were a good size with a great crisp and flavor... Overall, the food was mediocre but there are a few more dishes I would give a chance before shunning the place all together...

    (2)
  • Java P.

    Lunch specials filling and very reasonably priced. Not very spicy however. Also I'm not sure what lemongrass is but it's not edible. Definitely inexpensive quick filling lunch.

    (4)
  • Stefanie D.

    I had been jonesing for some good Chinese food and I found this restaurant on the Eat24 app. I ordered and waited over an hour and got no nothing, no call, no visit, nothing. By the time I figured out they weren't coming the place was closed. So I decided to stop in the next afternoon (since my card had been charged). I talked to the sweet (and cute) manager on Jordan and it looks like it was app error vs theirs. They filled my order with no problems and even threw in a drink and some wonton chips. I ordered the coconut soup, the chicken lettuce wraps and the wontons. The coconut soup is really delicious and they put in some good sized shrimp in there; the lettuce wraps were my favorite (they came w/ hoisin sauce). The wontons were good as well, a little heavy on the breading but not bad at all. I was very pleasantly surprised at how good this place was and how reasonable the prices were. I will definitely be ordering from this place again- though next time I won't be using the Eat24 app. :)

    (4)
  • Shady L.

    Stopped in for lunch. The salad was delicious, good dressing with some fried won tons. I ordered some kind of crispy chicken dish the chicken was good but the sauce tasted like it came out of a can. Gross. There's a place down the street with great lunch specials and good food, try it! Simi's Cafe!

    (3)
  • Alan B.

    Raising the bar for average Chinese food. It's solid enough. It has slipped since opening.

    (3)
  • Lindsey P.

    I love this place!! The salad with the lunch special is amazing. The food was good and the crab puffs are to die for! I had them deliver and everything with still hot ans crunchy when they got here. I will definitely be ordering from here again.

    (5)
  • Brian W.

    I would give this place 5 stars, but truth be told I have only tried two of their dishes, so I will hold off on the 5 star till I have eaten through their menu. I have only ever been here during a late lunch pre-dinner hours. 2:30 to 3:30PM I favor curry dishes. I even worked in a Chinese restaurant for 5 years through three sets of owners and I have to say I enjoyed this restaurants Yellow Curry and Red Curry dishs both. The Shrimp in the Red were super tender, bigger, and delicious. What I enjoyed the most about the Yellow Curry dish was the balanced sweetness, coconut milk(or what ever special thing they did) was sweet, comforting, and filling. I was impressed. The dining area is open and felt clean. The three times I have dined here I have had two servers, both ladies were friendly , nice, refilled my drinks more than I could drink. I listened to them have friendly conversations with other customers while I stared out at the parking lot as I prepared my self to go on to my next jobs. I will continue to stop in when I am in the area and get a bite when I can. I wish them Success that can be felt in their ancestors bones. Also I personally critique every Chinese establishment I frequent on the Hot and Sour Soup. Most are beyond hope, not here, they PASSED my taste test.

    (4)
  • Matthew P.

    Just got food delivered this afternoon and I was impressed by the quality and taste. Not overly greasy or saucey - good balance.

    (4)
  • Triple E.

    I wish I could give this place no stars. Went to this based off of reviews but what a joke. They charge $2.00 more for "fried" rice which was horrible. The sweet and sour chicken was full of fat, super soggy and not much flavor. He ordered the "spicy" chicken which looked like a frozen piece of chicken that was disgusting and soaked in a non spicy, no flavor sauce. Worst Chinese food I've ever eaten. Save your money!

    (1)
  • Andy T.

    Really good Asian food. Haven't had authentic like this since I've moved to Arizona. Would definitely recommend

    (4)
  • J E.

    Pretty good my lady and I have tried all the places around val vista lakes area and decided to give them a shot. Very good and not bad in priced. Will go back again. Had the orange chicken and egg rolls great flavor.

    (4)
  • Kern G.

    Online ordering a breeze. Best egg drop soup Ive had. Generous fresh veggies in the soup and entree. Large shrimp in sweet and sour dish. Shrimp cooked perfect but was a touch soggy. However I would still order again. Went to pick up food and staff super friendly. Fried rice done just right..not greasy at all. Highly recommend this place.

    (4)
  • Bianca R.

    Wonton soup was great but the teriyaki chicken was very dry and if anything tasted old delivery took a good amount of time as well

    (1)
  • Kenny S.

    First time there last weekend. Let me start by saying many chinese places have shot their prices through the roof but wok up still has reasonable prices. Clean place with decent service. Food was good and we will be ordering from them again. They even deliver in the immediate area. Take out was booming on the friday night we were there. Great neighborhood place !

    (3)
  • Karina A.

    It was alright. Nothing special. Pretty average. Food arrived lukewarm, had to heat it up for a bit. Way too much onion for the teriyaki entree. The chicken was very good quality though.

    (3)
  • Jackie L.

    Housesitting a foodless house in Gilbert; too hot to leave the house in search of food. Found Wok Up on Yelp. The online ordering interface is the easiest I've ever used, and they even accept PayPal. Cashew Chicken, Pad Thai, egg rolls and summer rolls-- all delicious, and delivered lightning-fast. Friendly delivery. Wish they had this in Tucson.

    (4)
  • Gillian C.

    Great food. Nice and hot. I'm a very picky eatter and they followed directions to a "T." Called in order and was ready in 10 minutes. I can't even say that I want to find another fast food Chinese food location to eat at. Not to mention, there are other fast food locations nearby for my kids who don't like Chinese food, lol. Very convenient!

    (4)
  • S W.

    We did take out. We had the beef and broccoli, it was really good. The sweet and sour chicken, really good. The orange chicken, I won't order that again. Crab puffs, best have had. Pork pot stickers, okay. Over all it was a good meal, we will eat there again. The employee was really nice. We did our order on line through Yelp. It was easy and quick.

    (4)
  • Ruthie P.

    Just remembered this place because of the cute name and finally stopped in one afternoon for lunch and am so glad I did. Nice modern decor for a Chinese take out place and clean comfortable atmosphere made me almost want to eat in. Customer service was great- very friendly and he offered to substitute the salad for an egg roll (small but tasty- and had some chicken so not all cabbage). Prices are around $6 for lunch and they offer a varied menu from Mongolian Beef to Red Curry. Food was all very fresh. I had the Shrimp Pad Thai- plenty spicy and the shrimp were cooked perfectly- not overdone like so many other places. Crab puffs were a little too sweet and not as light and flaky as I prefer but at least they actually had some imitation crab and weren't straight cream cheese. I'll definitely be back. *Manager said they deliver locally so I'll have to try that out too when I'm stuck at work.*

    (4)
  • Regina S.

    Shrimp fried rice, horrible! Egg rolls on the other hand were delicious. Heads up, extra spicy means nothing this place.

    (3)
  • L M.

    Don't waste your time ordering from here. Very unprofessional. Placed an order to be delivered. Called back after an hour and they said they had no order. Since I hit my redial, I am sure this was the place I called earlier. No "I'm sorry" or anything. Bad business.

    (1)
  • Nancy S.

    I wish yelp can give 4.5 stars because of the location of this is like a scavenger hunt. It is a bit hard to find because it is hiding in an empty mall lot but it is most definitely worth the hunt. This restaurant has some unique items on their menu that you can't find in most Chinese restaurants. For example, I had the coconut soup and the spiciness was the right amount of spiciness in it. It wasn't too overboard and it wasn't too mild. I've heard the crab puffs were extremely delicious from my friends, and MAN it's true. The spicy lettuce wraps had good flavors, the mix of the chicken and bellpeppers all intermingled in the right way. However, it was a bit too spicy for my taste so I had to drown several glasses of water because of it. The restaurant itself is a cute, clean place with great service and an all around great atmosphere.

    (4)
  • Wander Nana B.

    We have been ordering here for a while. So far, the customer service is amazing! The food as well, of course! ^_^ Our last order consisted of shrimp fried rice, and lemon chicken. We sincerely appreciate that there were lovely plump whole deveined shrimps! They were well cooked! The fried rice was not greasy. The lemon chicken was sautéed in flavourful pinch of salt and pepper, fresh green and red bell peppers, and onions. The chicken was tender and moist. We were delighted that it was not battered and deep fried, and swimming in sauce. Also love that there were layers of flavours. ***Wok Up, please continue being consistent with serving better Asian cuisine, and maintaining great customer service! We appreciate you!*** We will definitely continue enjoying Wok Up's food! They also offer gluten-free dishes! Brilliant, ain't it?

    (5)
  • Jak L.

    Hate to say this place is terrible. But it is. Sigh. A Chinese place that doesn't serve Chinese tea. Our tea was lukewarm and terrible. Our soup had a super spicy broth with mostly undercooked vegetable. What a shame. My meal was blah. Everything clashed from over cooked tofu with utterly terrible layer crispness and then some vegetables rare, some mushy. I couldn't tell what had been sitting out and what was thrown in as an after thought. The wall art was terrible, in the taste and the arrangement. Who puts art on the smaller space and leaves a whole wall going from front to back completely bare? Unbearable indeed. Aside from the terrible food, there was two tvs playing Spanish dubbed shows. At least the lady was kind and the fortune cookie leggit. Alas I will not come back. I felt ill after eating there and most of the night. So much so I felt the need to come back and review after a week so I wouldn't violate yelps terms with colourful etiquette.

    (1)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 9:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Categories

Chinese Cuisine

The popularity of Chinese food in America can be adjudicated by the appearance of China Town in many major cities in the United State of America. The popular trend of ordering or opting for Chinese take away food isn't unknown in America. Chinese take away food comes to rescue when you're too tired from work or too exhausted to cook. No one can resist the temptation of eating spicy noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or pork cooked in the sweet and spicy sauce. The cooking method of authentic Chinese food is a lot different compared to what is served in America.

Generally, Chinese use dark meat small bones and organs to cook dishes but this changes when you are eating American-Chinese fusion food prepared using white boneless meat cooked with broccoli, carrots and onions. Back in China, the food is less spicy and oily as they favor steaming and braising method for cooking the most popular dishes. So, if you have a taste for authentic Chinese food, then try finding a real Chinese restaurant in the city. You can also try the most popular fusion Chinese food like Pecking Duck, Chicken Feet, Hot Pot, Shrimp Dumpling Soup, Mapo Tofu, Wontons, Chop Suey, Egg Rolls and not to forget Fortune Cookies.

There are not many restaurants in America serving authentic Chinese food. A little research on Restaurant Listings directory can help you locate the best Chinese restaurants in the city. Chinese cuisine is continuously evolving, and you can find a variety of dishes categorized as the food for lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant, vegan, vegetarian, and diabetic friendly. So, if you have a group of friends with different taste patterns, save the hassle and visit the nearest Chinese restaurant in your city.

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